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CHINA may well  become the Economic POWERHOUSE, if not the SUPERPOWER, of the 21st Century.  It is also a fact that China  is the most populous Nation on this Planet with some one quarter of the Humankind (1 in EVERY 4 PERSONS) being Chinese.  As such, there is more than one reason to motivate a person to invest in learning Chinese – not least being able to communicate with some one quarter of the population of Planet Earth.  MORE at: http://sd4shila.creativesolutionstore.com/best-buys.html Chinese Language Words, Chinese Phrases, Chinese Language Learning, Korean Words, Korean Language, Mandarin Chinese Languages, Mandarin Chinese Learning, Mandarin Lessons, Learn Mandarin

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Xin Zhang
Chinese Alphabet: There is no Chinese alphabet in the sense we understand it in the West. Chinese characters are not letters (with some exceptions), Chinese characters represent an idea, a concept or an object. While in the west each of the letters of our alphabet represents a sound that generally has no particular meaning. (...) Chinese Language Learning, Japanese Language, German Language, Spanish Language, French Language, Chinese Symbol Tattoos, Chinese Letter Tattoos, Chinese Tattoo, Chinese Letters

Chinese Alphabet: There is no Chinese alphabet in the sense we understand it in the West. Chinese characters are not letters (with some exceptions), Chinese characters represent an idea, a concept or an object. While in the west each of the letters of our alphabet represents a sound that generally has no particular meaning. (...)

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Kaia Louis