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  1. Baby's First Chinese New Year Baby's First Chinese New Year by DK English | January 8th, 2019 | ISBN: 1465484019 | 14 pages | PDF | 3.55 MB English | January 8th, 2019 | ISBN: 1465484019 | 14 pages | PDF | 3.55 MB Celebrate Chinese New Year with this delightful baby board book that little ones will adore. An ideal baby gift to develop early learning, the simple pictures and sentences promote language skills. Learn all about the amazing new year holiday with your little one! Baby's First Chinese New Year perfectly captures the joy of this special celebration and is an ideal preschool learning introduction to the traditions of the festival. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/D00F607A6D0B9A1/j6arx.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/d1d1628fc58915d8dce7705019b710e4/j6arx.rar http://turbobit.net/ra60s3vpczn6/j6arx.rar.html
  2. 250 Essential Chinese Characters Volume 1 Revised Edition Philip Yungkin Lee, Darell Tibbles, "250 Essential Chinese Characters Volume 1: Revised Edition" English | 2009 | ISBN: 0804840350 | PDF | pages: 372 | 22.9 mb This is an invaluable study guide for learning basic Chinese characters. 250 Essential Chinese Characters Volume 1 is a completely revised second edition with 50 percent new material. Featuring a new design; tips for mastery throughout; exercises in AP-exam format; progressive review sections; and several indices, this volume is a crucial learning tool for anyone interested in the Chinese language and a great way to learn Chinese characters. - Master each character's radical, stroke count and meaning. - Grow in proficiency by learning compound words. - Example sentences show how to use them in context. - Review activities reinforce your learning progress. - Helpful writing guides and practice grids for every character. After studying this book together with its companion, 250 Essential Chinese Characters, Volume 2, you'll have learned 500 of the most important characters in Chinese, and thousands of words in which they appear. Whether you're new to Chinese or coming back for review, each of these 250 characters offers you ways to improve your abilities to read Chinese and write Chinese. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/4918BA676B744AD/d9znb.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/14927558555252bd0cedfc16e5430944/d9znb.rar http://turbobit.net/m6zo45s162g1/d9znb.rar.html
  3. The Oxford Handbook of Classical Chinese Literature (1000 BCE-900CE) The Oxford Handbook of Classical Chinese Literature (1000 BCE-900CE) (Oxford Handbooks) edited by Xiaofei Tian, Wai-yee Li, Wiebke Denecke English | April 18, 2017 | ISBN: 0199356599 | PDF | 624 pages | 28.9 MB This volume introduces readers to classical Chinese literature from its beginnings (ca. 10th century BCE) to the tenth century CE. It asks basic questions such as: How did reading and writing practices change over these two millennia? How did concepts of literature evolve? What were the factors that shaped literary production and textual transmission? How do traditional bibliographic categories, modern conceptions of genre, and literary theories shape our understanding of classical Chinese literature? What are the recurrent and evolving concerns of writings within the period under purview? What are the dimensions of human experience they address? Why is classical Chinese literature important for our understanding of pre-modern East Asia? How does the transmission of this literature in Japan, Korea, and Vietnam define cultural boundaries? And what, in turn, can we learn from the Chinese-style literatures of Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, about Chinese literature? In addressing these questions, the Oxford Handbook of Classical Chinese Literature departs from standard literary histories and sourcebooks. It does not simply categorize literary works according to periods, authors, or texts. Its goal is to offer a new conceptual framework for thinking about classical Chinese literature by defining a four-part structure. The first section discusses the basics of literacy and includes topics such as writing systems, manuscript culture, education, and loss and preservation in textual transmission. It is followed by a second section devoted to conceptions of genre, textual organization, and literary signification throughout Chinese history. A third section surveys literary tropes and themes. The final section takes us beyond China to the surrounding cultures that adopted Chinese culture and produced Chinese style writing adapted to their own historical circumstances. The volume is sustained by a dual foci: the recuperation of historical perspectives for the period it surveys and the attempt to draw connections between past and present, demonstrating how the viewpoints and information in this volume yield insights into modern China and east Asia. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/62DC08DCF802204/pb2o3.00.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/60f214437545aa5f99156a385ea038e0/pb2o3.00.rar http://turbobit.net/eoaouo1tpk92/pb2o3.00.rar.html
  4. The New Chinese City Globalization and Market Reform The New Chinese City: Globalization and Market Reform By 2001 | 304 Pages | ISBN: 0631229477 | PDF | 4 MB Urbanisation and urban development issues are the focus of this comprehensive account which introduces readers to the far-reaching changes now taking place in Chinese cities.Content: Chapter 1 Three Challenges for the Chinese City: Globalization, Migration, and Market Reform (pages 1-21): John R. LoganChapter 2 The Present Situation and Prospective Development of the Shanghai Urban Community (pages 22-36): Duo Wu and Taibin LiChapter 3 The Development of the Chinese Metropolis in the Period of Transition (pages 37-55): Xiaopei Yan, Li Jia, Jianping Li and Jizhuan WengChapter 4 The Prospect of International Cities in China (pages 57-73): Yi?Xing ZhouChapter 5 Globalization and Hong Kong's Entrepreneurial City Strategies: Contested Visions and the Remaking of City Governance in (Post?)Crisis Hong Kong (pages 74-91): Ngai?Ling SumChapter 6 The Hong Kong/Pearl River Delta Urban Region: An Emerging Transnational Mode of Regulation or Just Muddling Through? (pages 92-105): Alan SmartChapter 7 The State, Capital, and Urban Restructuring in Post?Reform Shanghai (pages 106-120): Zhengji FuChapter 8 The Transformation of Suzhou: The Case of the Collaboration between the China and Singapore Governments and Transnational Corporations (1992-1999) (pages 121-134): Alexius PereiraChapter 9 Market Transition and the Commodification of Housing in Urban China (pages 135-152): Min Zhou and John R. LoganChapter 10 Real Estate Development and the Transformation of Urban Space in China's Transitional Economy, with Special Reference to Shanghai (pages 153-166): Fulong WuChapter 11 Social Research and the Localization of Chinese Urban Planning Practice: Some Ideas from Quanzhou, Fujian (pages 167-180): Daniel B. Abramson, Michael Leaf and Tan YingChapter 12 Migrant Enclaves in Large Chinese Cities (pages 181-197): Fan Jie and Wolfgang TaubmannChapter 13 Social Polarization and Segregation in Beijing (pages 198-211): Chaolin Gu and Haiyong LiuChapter 14 Temporary Migrants in Shanghai: Housing and Settlement Patterns (pages 212-226): Weiping WuChapter 15 Return Migration, Entrepreneurship, and State?Sponsored Urbanization in the Jiangxi Countryside (pages 227-244): Rachel MurphyChapter 16 Region?Based Urbanization in Post?Reform China: Spatial Restructuring in the Pearl River Delta (pages 245-257): George C. S. Lin DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/C7F5ECE6CD3DD06/v83lt.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/fc1a7fcda38b921b059e90f13c0c57ca/v83lt.rar http://turbobit.net/x0j1r99j7iom/v83lt.rar.html
  5. The Formation of Chinese Art Cinema 1990-2003 The Formation of Chinese Art Cinema: 1990-2003 by Li Yang English | 2018 | ISBN: 3319972103 | 228 pages | PDF | 3 MB The Formation of Chinese Art Cinema: 1990-2003 examines the development of Chinese art film in the People's Republic of China from 1990, when the first Sixth Generation film Mama was released, to 2003, when authorities acknowledged the legitimacy of underground filmmakers. Through an exploration of the production and consecration mechanisms of the new art wave and its representative styles, this book argues that the art wave of the 1990s fundamentally defined Chinese art cinema. In particular, this vital art wave was not enabled by democratic liberalism, but by the specific industrial development, in which the film system transitioned from Socialist propaganda into a commercialized entity. Allowing Chinese art film to grow but at the same time denying its legitimacy, this paradoxical transition process shaped Chinese art film's institutional and aesthetical alternative positioning, which eventually helped consolidate the art wave into art cinema. Ultimately, this book is a history of the Chinese portion of global art cinema, which also reveals the complex Chinese cultural experiences during the Reform Era. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/1927C2DDD1C6454/fk511.90.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/92d31640955b2f700882e3830e0475d0/fk511.90.rar http://turbobit.net/bhd9dsnxha89/fk511.90.rar.html
  6. Semantics of Chinese Questions An Interface Approach Semantics of Chinese Questions: An Interface Approach by Hongyuan Dong English, 中文 | 2018 | ISBN: 1138496480 | 194 pages | PDF | 17 MB Semantics of Chinese Questions is the first major study of Chinese questions, especially wh-questions, within the framework of Alternative Semantics. It takes an interface approach to study the syntax, semantics, and phonology of questions and proposes a phonological scope-marking strategy in Chinese questions, based upon experimental data. It also incorporates historical linguistic data regarding the grammaticalization of sentence-final particles such as -ne and -ma to study the formal diachronic semantics of questions. Primarily suitable for scholars in the field of Chinese linguistics, this book makes new theoretical contributions to the study of questions. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/C3E7FA16631DF16/2442i.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/baeed9605e94c70bb722b0106414b230/2442i.rar http://turbobit.net/70ob6e7900i4/2442i.rar.html
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    Popular Chinese Expressions

    Popular Chinese Expressions Popular Chinese Expressions By Li Jieming 2000 | 326 Pages | ISBN: 7800525538 | PDF | 23 MB This book introduces 170 popular expressions widely used in Chinese daily life. Each expression has English translation, situational dialogue, explanation and words/phrase with similar meaning. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/ED4E036FAD6E97E/l622u.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/c706bc03f426cb304f388f4c1fe6599b/l622u.rar http://turbobit.net/gdmygry8ygxk/l622u.rar.html
  8. New Horizons in Chinese Linguistics New Horizons in Chinese Linguistics By C.-T. James Huang, Y.-H. Audrey Li (auth.), C.-T. James Huang, Yen-hui Audrey Li (eds.) 1996 | 394 Pages | ISBN: 0792338685 | PDF | 11 MB The past decade and a half has witnessed a great deal of renewed interest in the study of Chinese linguistics, not only in the traditional areas of philological studies and in theoretically oriented areas of syn chronic grammar and language change but also in the cultivation of new frontiers in related areas of the cognitive sciences. There is a significant increase in the number of students studying one area or another of the linguistic structure of Chinese in various linguistic programs in the United States, Europe, Australia and in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and other parts of Asia. Several new academic departments devoted to the study of linguistics have been established in Taiwan and Hong Kong in the past few years. The increasing research and study activities have also resulted in a number of national and international conferences, including the North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL), which has been held annually in the United States; the International Symposium on Chinese Languages and Linguistics (IsCLL), which has had its fourth meeting since it was launched by Academia Sinica in Taiwan in 1990; the International Association of Chinese Linguistics (lACL), created in Singapore in 1992 and now incorporated in Irvine, California, which has held its annual meetings at major institutions in Asia, Europe, and the US. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/F5FBA9463DF63ED/lapah.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/ccff27e93f2bde65c0d6305652580b50/lapah.rar http://turbobit.net/5dpzdtkqkkqf/lapah.rar.html
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    More Chinese Slanguage

    More Chinese Slanguage More Chinese Slanguage By Mike Ellis 2014 | 96 Pages | ISBN: 1423636155 | PDF | 11 MB These easy-to-use, pocket-sized language guides are a great way to learn to speak hundreds of basic words and phrases in the most popular foreign languages. With these fun visual guides, just follow the illustrated prompts and read the English words out loud. Soon you'll be speaking the language well enough to be understood by most native speakers while asking directions, ordering food at a restaurant, shopping, or just making new friends! Mike Ellis is a web designer with expertise in e-commerce, online marketing, search engine optimization, and affiliate marketing. He runs the popular Web site www.slanguage.com and is the author of seven previous Slanguage books. He lives with his family near Philadelphia. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/5F340C5631110EB/3wbnc.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/2a536b18fb74532cf3bfc91b5784b72c/3wbnc.rar http://turbobit.net/ic6zp7r0uzpg/3wbnc.rar.html
  10. Intermediate Spoken Chinese, Part 1 Intermediate Spoken Chinese, Part 1 By Liu Delian, Liu Xiaoyu 1996 | 178 Pages | ISBN: 7301031548 | PDF | 7 MB New words of this textbook are beyond the second-degree words selected from the Syllabus of Chinese Words and Characters.The texts are based on daily convernsations to teach learners vivid and natural dialogues. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/DBFBFA8E2B943E4/qsn8u.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/9572e499a74ba40170f73e33e7b34fde/qsn8u.rar http://turbobit.net/fo42fawmjmtd/qsn8u.rar.html
  11. The Origin of Chinese Characters: An Illustrated History and Word G... Kihoon Lee, "The Origin of Chinese Characters: An Illustrated History and Word Guide" 2018 | ISBN-10: 1628943211, 162894322X | 244 pages | EPUB | 70 MB In China, an educated person has to know 8,000 characters or more - a daunting task by any measure. Meanwhile, Western students struggle to learn a few hundred of them. How much easier it is to learn, when you have a clue as to the origins and hidden meanings of the symbols! An enthusiastic educator and a highly esteemed scholar in Chinese calligraphy explores ancient life in China and shows how the characters derived from early pictograms. He presents groups of words together with glimpses of early life, opening our eyes to Asian traditions and concepts as well as the words to describe them. http://nitroflare.com/view/CD4134A4BDA6760/1628943211_162894322X.epub http://rapidgator.net/file/8f23deff72b1e3e4fa6445a6da18981c/1628943211_162894322X.epub.html
  12. Metacinema in Contemporary Chinese Film Metacinema in Contemporary Chinese Film by G. Andrew Stuckey English | 18 May 2018 | ISBN: 9888390813 | 160 Pages | PDF | 4.9 MB Depictions within a movie of either filmmaking or film watching are hardly novel, but the dramatic expansion of the reach of the metacinematic into contemporary Chinese cinemas is nothing short of remarkable. To G. Andrew Stuckey, the prevalence of metacinematic features forms the basis of a discourse on film arising from the films themselves. Such a discourse, in turn, outlines the boundaries of the possible for film in China as aesthetic or sociopolitical practice. Metacinema also draws our attention to the presence of the audience, people actively responding to a film. In elucidating the affective responses elicited by the metacinematic mode in the viewers, Stuckey argues that metacinema reflects ways of being in the world that audiences may take up for themselves. The films studied in this book are drawn across the full spectrum of Chinese films made in mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan during the 1990s and 2000s, from award-winning conceptual art films to popular crowd pleasers, blockbusters to low-budget productions, and documentary-style social realist expose projects to studio assembly-line investments. The recurrence of the metacinematic across this broad range of works is indicative of its relevance to Chinese films today, and the analysis of these diverse examples allows us to gauge the cultural, social, and aesthetic implications of Chinese cinemas as a whole. http://nitroflare.com/view/0AA7955814DE46F/9888390813.pdf http://rapidgator.net/file/adf875106599cad4053379f1dbb377ea/9888390813.pdf.html
  13. Mandarin Chinese Picture Dictionary: Learn 1000 Key Chinese Words a... Mandarin Chinese Picture Dictionary: Learn 1000 Key Chinese Words and Phrases [Perfect for AP and HSK Exam Prep; Includes Online Audio] by Yi Ren English | March 27th, 2018 | ASIN: B06XFY7H4T, ISBN: 0804845697 | 96 Pages | EPUB | 73.45 MB This Mandarin picture dictionary covers the 1000 most useful Mandarin Chinese words and sentences. Each word and sentence is given in Chinese characters with Hanyu Pinyin pronunciation and English definition. The words are grouped into 37 themes or topics. Each theme has 25 to 35 words and 5 to 8 sentences and is richly illustrated with color photographs. Online audio recordings by native Mandarin speakers of all the vocabulary and sentences comes free with the ebook. A brief introduction to Chinese pronunciation and tones is included, and indexes at the back allow you to quickly look up any of the words or characters in the book. Since this dictionary covers all the words for the AP Chinese Language and Culture Exam as well as the Chinese HSK Levels 1 & 2, it is an ideal test prep resource for a visual learner. http://nitroflare.com/view/28B1F813D6EE1D5/Mandarin_Chinese_Picture_Dictionary_-_Yi_Ren.epub http://rapidgator.net/file/bbd2d10370c29b9f15f1bad93c5889b5/Mandarin_Chinese_Picture_Dictionary_-_Yi_Ren.epub.html
  14. The Origins of the Chinese Nation: Song China and the Forging of an... Nicolas Tackett, "The Origins of the Chinese Nation: Song China and the Forging of an East Asian World Order" 2018 | ISBN-10: 1107196779, 131664748X | 342 pages | PDF | 9 MB In this major new study, Nicolas Tackett proposes that the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127) witnessed both the maturation of an East Asian inter-state system and the emergence of a new worldview and sense of Chinese identity among educated elites. These developments together had sweeping repercussions for the course of Chinese history, while also demonstrating that there has existed in world history a viable alternative to the modern system of nation-states. Utilising a wide array of historical, literary, and archaeological sources, chapters focus on diplomatic sociability, cosmopolitan travel, military strategy, border demarcation, ethnic consciousness, and the cultural geography of Northeast Asia. In this ground breaking new approach to the history of the East Asian inter-state system, Tackett argues for a concrete example of a pre-modern nationalism, explores the development of this nationalism, and treats modern nationalism as just one iteration of a phenomenon with a much longer history. http://nitroflare.com/view/04D1AD031AF8A4F/1107196779_131664748X.pdf http://rg.to/file/2e75e0dc5b123532dc897f04cde5de61/1107196779_131664748X.pdf.html
  15. Traditional Chinese Medicine : Heritage and Adaptation Traditional Chinese Medicine : Heritage and Adaptation by Paul U. Unschuld English | 2018 | ISBN: 0231175019 | 184 Pages | True PDF | 2.66 MB A leading authority explains the origins and history of Chinese medicine from its beginnings in antiquity to today. Paul U. Unschuld describes medicine's close connection with culture and politics throughout Chinese history. He brings together texts, techniques, and worldviews to understand changing Chinese attitudes toward healing and the significance of traditional Chinese medicine in both China and the Western world. Unschuld reveals the emergence of a Chinese medical tradition built around a new understanding of the human being, considering beliefs in the influence of cosmology, numerology, and the supernatural on the health of the living. He describes the variety of therapeutic approaches in Chinese culture, the history of pharmacology and techniques such as acupuncture, and the global exchange of medical knowledge. Insights are offered into the twentieth-century decline of traditional medicine, as military defeats caused reformers and revolutionaries to import medical knowledge as part of the construction of a new China. Unschuld also recounts the reception of traditional Chinese medicine in the West since the 1970s, where it is often considered an alternative to Western medicine at the same time as China seeks to incorporate elements of its medical traditions into a scientific framework. This concise and compelling introduction to medical thought and history suggests that Chinese medicine is also a guide to Chinese civilization. http://nitroflare.com/view/D3135222EDC8529/Traditional_Chinese_Medicine_-_Paul_U._Unschuld.epub http://rapidgator.net/file/6c329c3b20b819e9118955a4598782d8/Traditional_Chinese_Medicine_-_Paul_U._Unschuld.epub.html
  16. A Key to Chinese Speech and Writing, Vol. I A Key to Chinese Speech and Writing, Vol. I by Joel Bellassen, Zhang Pengpeng and Joel Bellasen English / Chinese | ISBN-10: 7800525074 | November 20, 1997 | PDF | 300 pages | 146 mb This introductory course not only serves as a textbook but also as a guide which, through a variety of routes (etymology, semantics, linguistics, graphics and culture), can help you think in Chinese. The aim of this course is to present the Chinese language as it is: a world of signs with their origin and the logic of their composition, represented by the most frequently used ones. The 400 characters featured in Volume 1 will enable you to recognize at least 70% of the characters used in books and newspapers. http://nitroflare.com/view/7B84BF0C5CD61B9/18199.rar http://rapidgator.net/file/7b5ab73f7c5987b930bd3aee282dca4a/18199.rar.html If you like my post leave "thanks" or click on like button.
  17. Chineasy Everyday: The World of Chinese Characters Chineasy Everyday: The World of Chinese Characters by ShaoLan English | 28 Mar. 2016 | ISBN: 0500292264 | 256 Pages | AZW3 | 52.42 MB ShaoLan Hsueh, a Taiwanese entrepreneur based in London, couldn't find an effective way of teaching her children Chinese, so she developed a groundbreaking visual method to make reading characters fun and easy. By learning the most commonly occurring characters ­ the building blocks of the entire language ­ readers of all ages can swiftly grasp basic concepts and words. Chineasy Everyday teaches over 400 of the most used and useful Chinese characters, phrases and sentences. Organized into eleven themes that reflect our daily lives, it brings the stories and myths behind the characters to life, providing a unique perspective into Chinese history and culture. 'Learning Mandarin just got Chineasy. May revolutionize the teaching of Chinese around the world' The Sunday Times Table of Contents Numbers, Time & Dates • The Solar System & the Five Elements • People • Nature • Animals • How to Describe Things • Health & Well-being • Travel • City & Country • Shopping • Food & Drink • Internet & Technology. http://nitroflare.com/view/7150D205504A87B/B01BU5AERW-Unknown.azw3 http://rapidgator.net/file/9019fb596d8605fab9b28b7215a0c808/B01BU5AERW-Unknown.azw3.html If you like my post leave "thanks" or click on like button.
  18. The Immortal Classical Chinese Poetry season 2 MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 5 Hours | Lec: 46 | 896 MB Genre: eLearning | Language: English Learn Chinese language and culture series Hello everyone, the season 2 of "The Immortal Classical Chinese poetry: Learn Chinese language and Culture series" is launched! Like its predecessor season 1, this course will allow you to learn a wide range of Chinese language (such as language describing Nature, emotion, basic topics of human existence) by learning the breath-taking, immortal beauty of the original works of other most famous classical Chinese poets beyond Li Po, Wang Wei and Tu Fu, including Tang Dynasty poets such as the landscape poet Meng Haoran, the defiant poet ghost Li Ho, Li Shangyin, the obscure poet of passion and renunciation, Tao Yuanming and Han-shan Te-Ching, two renowned Taoist hermit poets in Jin and Ming Dynasty. These two seasons of Immortal Classical Chinese poetry will give you a comprehensive as well as in-depth picture of the most famous classical Chinese poets, especially the poets in the Tang Dynasty, the Golden Age of China as well as classical Chinese poetry. More than any other countries, classical Chinese poetry is given the most prominent and exalted status, which not only shapes Chinese language, literature, arts, philosophy and religion, but also Chinese history and politics. Chinese scholar-officials are invariably good poets who had passed Civic Entrance Exams with good grades and became high officials by composing excellent poetry and to a lesser extent, great essays. Moreover, the language of classical Chinese poetry is surprisingly similar to modern Chinese language, therefore it is very adaptable to the language use in daily life. To the very few vocabularies that changes their usage in time, the course will explain carefully and provide the modern equivalent. Each poem is taught in three lectures: the first lecture teaches the language of the poem. Vocabulary lists are provided and taught to recite and to use in modern situation, the literal meaning of each poetic line is explained in great detail, and each poetic line is led to recite and memorize, because the vocabulary lists include vocabularies from the most basic to the advanced, any level of Chinese students can take the course, although it is advisable to take my College Mandarin Chinese on Your Own Beginning Level so that you are knowledgeable of the Chinese pinyin and writing system and basic Chinese vocabularies. The second lecture teaches in English the poetic implication, the relationship between its poetic form and meaning, composition method and philosophical influence of the poem, so that you understand and appreciate the cultural implication of the poem in greatest depth. The third lecture is a music recitation video made with my recitation (which you can read after), beautiful classical Chinese music and painting, so that you can further familiarize and memorize the language of the poem, and appreciate the immortal, living beauty of these poems. Through learning these two seasons of Immortal Classical Chinese Poetry Course in combination you will be able to take greatest pride in yourself in being able to understand the major poets of classical Chinese poetry whose works have amazing homology with Chinese arts, philosophy and religion and shapes Chinese history for thousands of years. While you take the aesthetic flight, your Chinese skill will also improve drastically with the wide range of vocabularies and expression in human existence you acquired in these two courses. Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me Download ( NitroFlare )http://nitroflare.com/view/7E6CCD2F5A09FB8/jwwp2.rar[b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b]http://uploadgig.com/file/download/6e0E2ebec2d06ff1/jwwp2.rarDownload ( Rapidgator )http://rapidgator.net/file/ee78635423cb382e52638b49e1c216c9/jwwp2.rar.htmlAlfafilehttp://alfafile.net/file/ryzu/jwwp2.rar
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