- Character #498: 錯The character 錯（ㄘㄨㄛˋ） means mistake or fault....
- a19372846abcd: #ntust #sunlight #green #taiwan #taipei (在...
- a19372846abcd: #yonghe #taiwan #taipei #sunlight #summer (在...
- Character #497: 辦The character 辦（ㄅㄢˋ） means to handle something,...
- Horizontal text written from left to right
- Horizontal text written from right to left.
- Character #496: 緊The character 緊（ㄐㄧㄣˇ） means tight, or urgent....
- sendmetoasia: 桐花。火車 (by ~小洲~) 臺灣平溪線火車
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First, I was interested in the amount of coverage Taiwan received in the news media and started a list of news sites. Now, I have added a list of international organizations with information about Taiwan. It’s an ongoing look at … Continue reading
An explaination of the voice-over in the animations from the Learning Program for Stroke Order of Frequently Used Chinese Characters
I have been using links to the Learning Program for Stroke Order of Frequently Used Chinese Characters in the “Word of the Week” posts to provide accurate pronunciations without using romanization. The audio says more than just the word, and … Continue reading
After reading a few posts on Hanzi Smatter, I noticed that many errors come from the upside-down or mirrored characters. I suppose there is not much of a difference to the untrained eye. But from a language standpoint, it makes … Continue reading
Since I learned Mandarin Chinese and American English separately, I do not have an Chinese-English/English-Chinese dictionary. I have one dictionary for each language. For my latest project involving “Word of the Week” (in which I am going through a list … Continue reading
After the appearance of Kane’s op-ed in the NY Times, I started wondering about Taiwan’s appearance in English news sites. I know from collecting articles on Taiwan (in the time of paper newspapers) that articles did not come up often … Continue reading
The first time I read the opinion piece “To Save Our Economy, Ditch Taiwan”, I could not finish the whole article. As I got a few paragraphs in, and realized what the author was suggesting, I got a very uneasy … Continue reading
I was interested in reading “The Story of Dai Ailian” by Richard Glasstone (Dance Books, 2007) to learn more about Chinese dance. It was also a chance to learn about the origins of the Beijing Dance Academy. The complete title … Continue reading
“Yani Tseng wins in Arkansas again” Associated Press via espn.com, September 11, 2011. 曾雅妮 is on a roll. She is now leading the LPGA tour with the most wins this season. “Japan sends endangered red-crown cranes to Taiwan” Associated Press … Continue reading