Word of the Week:  Grass  – 草 cǎo

Word of the Week: Grass – 草 cǎo

Green foliage, grass and herbs are what bring beauty and calm to some of nature’s most striking scenes. Our word of this week is 草 – ‘ grass ’. Pronunciation 草is pronounced cǎo. Meaning Original meaning: a general term for plants with soft stems other than...
Discussing War Stratagems on Paper

Discussing War Stratagems on Paper

In the Warring States Period, there was a man named Zhao Kuo (290 BC-260BC). He loved reading military science books and discussing strategy. When it came to warfare, he could speak and analyze so well that even his father, an experienced general, could not defeat him...
Word of the Week: Water  – 水 shuǐ

Word of the Week: Water – 水 shuǐ

We can not live without water, but do you know how to say water in Chinese? Our word of this week is 水- ‘ water ’. Pronunciation 水is pronounced  shuǐ . Meaning 水shuǐ was first seen in the oracle bone inscriptions of the Shang Dynasty. Its original meaning was...
Word of the Week: Car – 车chē

Word of the Week: Car – 车chē

For many of us, cars are a huge part of our daily lives. So our word of this week is 车– ‘car’. Pronunciation 车 is pronounced chē  Meaning 车(chē)was first seen in the Oracle. It was a combat tool that had wheels and was driven by cows and horses. The term was...
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