The word “no” is a big part of growing up. We tell our children no a lot and they sure say it back to us even more. The book “Don’t let Pigeon Drive the Bus” is all about “no”s.
We recently got our hands onto an interactive picture book and have been addicted since! “Press Here” written by Hervé Tullet.
When it come to learning a language, immersion is extremely powerful for children and adult alike. The more we can include the language in our daily lives, the quicker we will learn.
One of the hardest aspect of the Chinese language is undoubtedly the characters. It is not only difficult to recognize, but even harder to write. Learning to write and retaining that ability is a very dull process even for adults,…
Learning Chinese Poems is a great way to practice pronunciation, but also learn a bit about the culture and history. Today’s poem is from Tang Dynasty poet Bái jū yì on the topic of farewells.
Tone change is a very confusing subject, which is why as soon as I saw Karen from Vividchinese release her tone change infographic, I knew I had to do a video on it.
June’s new words will be fruits! Vancouver summer usually starts around or shortly before June, and one of my favorite thing to do when the hot weather hits is to eat fruits. Fruits are so incredibly versatile that there seem…
This is a lovely little story about gravity. Has your toddler been through the why phase? When they cannot stop asking why for everything they come across. It can be a rather stressful phase for parents but also a great…
This is a video detailing the usage of the characters 没 and 不. They are similar, but used differently. They are also not interchangable. You can download the full infographic here.
The May new words is about everyday dialogue, language we use most often everyday.