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The Origins of 670 Essential Words
Second Edition

by Jianhsin Wu
Illustrated by Chen Zheng, Chen Tian

Enrich character study with cultural insight and linguistic context The Way of Chinese Characters: The Origins of 670 Essential Words offers a holistic approach to character learning. Firmly grounded in etymological research, it introduces each... Read More »

2nd Edition

by Yuehua Liu, Chengzhi Chu, Jinhai Wen

She is really beautiful. Just one look at her photo and three guys, Dai-wei, Jie-fu, and Qiu-tian, are all determined to find her! The photo was given to them by their professor before he died and nobody knows where in China the girl is. How can the... Read More »

Twenty-five years ago, people in my village did not know that wild geese should be protected from hunting.  My grandfather was the best of the hunters, selling the geese in town to pay for my schooling.  One day, as he hunted, an eagle attacked the... Read More »

A teenage boy runs away from home, leaving his mother devastated. She never leaves home--never goes out with friends, eats out, or travels. Years pass, and then one day, the son returns to find his mother gone…
Sing, Play and Speak Chinese

by Hazel Young Hasegawa

All-In-One Chinese Fun books provide teachers in pre-K – 3 classes with an interactive, multi-modal curriculum guide that shows them how to structure the course to fit their own individual classrooms. All-in-One Chinese Fun can also be used as a... Read More »

The best shortcut to learning a language is to start by speaking it. Therefore, in order to make learning Chinese an effortless experience, you would start with "pinyin". Mastering Pinyin in 3 Days is a book that will guide you through a systematic... Read More »
A Chinese-English English-Chinese Usage Guide

Compiled by Jiqing Fang, Michael Connelly

This is a 2-year subscription to the eBook version of The Cheng & Tsui Measure Word Dictionary. An Internet connection is required to access this title. A herd of geese, or a flock? A stick of gum, or a tablet? A jug of wine, or a glass? Just as... Read More »

by Tao-chung Yao
by Scott McGinnis

Add some fun to Chinese language learning! Let's Play Games in Chinese allows students to become more comfortable and confident as they use Chinese. This edition, with new drawings throughout, features dozens of games--from Simon Says to Visual... Read More »