Chinese Language Day takes place every year on 20th April to celebrate this global, significant and amazing language. Here are my top 5 tips on how learners of any level can start learning Chinese or improve or maintain their language skills.
Despite some misgivings, “Turning Red” – Pixar’s latest offering – takes cues from Chinese culture and Chinese diaspora to create a cute, fiery and emotional film that appeals to a wider audience while representing minority groups for a new generation of Disney lovers.
Happy Chinese New Year!
It’s the Year of the Tiger so we can expect many brands to hop on the trend of using images of tigers and tiger prints in their Lunar New Year collections.
But when they’re also hopping on the trend of releasing products and lines to “celebrate” the New Year, what purpose does it achieve other than pandering to one of their biggest consumer groups? How can some do more for the Chinese and East Asian talent and communities other than use their design skills once a year and attempt to sell them products that only look to boost their sales?
Happy Chinese New Year of the Tiger! Chinese New Year is an extremely popular topic in school, particularly in EYFS, KS1 and KS2. Here some excellent, varied and creative activity ideas for you to try with your children as a teacher, parent or carer during this exciting and culturally enriching festival!
“A change is yet to come” marks IDAHOT (International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia), focusing on the dilemma gay, British-born Chinese English teacher Alex Chang faces at work in Shanghai, China.
20th April is Chinese Language Day. Have you always wanted to learn Chinese? Well here you can learn some popular words and phrases that range from a little bit cheeky to downright crude!
Jackie Chan’s most recent film “Vanguard” (2020), has been described as putting “James Bond and Ridley Scott sci-fi to shame”. But does this action-packed thriller where Chan isn’t even the lead character live up to its expectations?
Anti-Asian hate crimes have skyrocketed around the world in the past year. This has to stop! Why are the media and some people brushing the issue under the carpet and not taking enough notice of it and us?
British TV shows featuring even a minor Chinese or East Asian character are hard to come by let alone an all East Asian cast. This needs to change but can and will it?
Happy Chinese New Year of the Ox! Want to know what traits describe your zodiac animal? This post will list all the negative ones for your pleasure.