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Squidding Day By E. W. Ling
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A tale of Danny's Squidding Day.
The Journey Through China By Qiao-Ling Wang
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David has lived his whole life in Europe. He goes to Asia for the first time. Join him in his journey to discover China!
Ghost Hearts Don't Stitch Together By Su-Ling Wong
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In a world full of damaging social issues, “Ghost Hearts Don't Stitch Together” provides a chilling account of several major obstacles that haunt the adolescent mind. This collection of... More > poetry and short stories paints a vivid picture while progressing the reader through the journey of pre-adulthood. An emphasis is placed on the internal battles of eating disorders and depression, two of the biggest internal wars life can create. In short, “Ghost Hearts Don't Stitch Together" can speak volumes to young adults who are in need of a blunt, yet hauntingly personal account of the issues they face throughout adolescence. This experience should also be celebrated by anyone who wants to gain a deeper insight in to the transitional mind. Good luck on your journey, let this collection of works aid you in your lifelong travels.< Less
Water Sponge By Sharon Xinyue Ling
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2015 Spring studio project. From Louisiana state University the school of Architecture.
Ghost Hearts Don't Stitch Together By Su-Ling Wong
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In a world full of damaging social issues, “Ghost Hearts Don't Stitch Together” provides a chilling account of several major obstacles that haunt the adolescent mind. This collection of... More > poetry and short stories paints a vivid picture while progressing the reader through the journey of pre-adulthood. An emphasis is placed on the internal battles of eating disorders and depression, two of the biggest internal wars life can create. In short, “Ghost Hearts Don't Stitch Together" can speak volumes to young adults who are in need of a blunt, yet hauntingly personal account of the issues they face throughout adolescence. This experience should also be celebrated by anyone who wants to gain a deeper insight in to the transitional mind. Good luck on your journey, let this collection of works aid you in your lifelong travels.< Less
Modal Particles By Keith Robinson & Lingli Wang
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In English it is possible to suggest subtle changes in meaning by altering the tone of your voice. However in Chinese this is not an option, because altering the tone of your voice could completely... More > change the meaning of the word. To achieve the same affect, the Chinese use Modal Particles. Modal Particles frequently appear in written Chinese and especially in “on line” Blogs or e mails and can be confusing to the foreign students, because they are rarely mentioned in text books. This study will fully explain their use, and including judicially chosen Modal Particles will enable the students’ work to sound more idiomatic.< Less
Modal Particles By Keith Robinson & Wang Lingli
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In English it is possible to suggest subtle changes in meaning by altering the tone of your voice. However in Chinese this is not an option, because altering the tone of your voice could completely... More > change the meaning of the word. To achieve the same affect, the Chinese use Modal Particles. Modal Particles frequently appear in written Chinese and especially in “on line” Blogs or e mails and can be confusing to the foreign students, because they are rarely mentioned in text books. This study will fully explain their use, and including judicially chosen Modal Particles will enable the students’ work to sound more idiomatic.< Less
A New Method to Achieve Fluency in Reading and Writing Chinese. By Wang Lingli & Keith Robinson
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This book offers a completely new sequence for learning Chinese writing. If foreign students start learning to write Chinese by first inputting Radicals on the computer, they will make faster... More > progress in being able to remember the vocabulary, and their transition to writing Chinese by hand will be more successful. At every stage in this carefully thought out sequence, the student should be encouraged to also practice what they have learnt on computer by writing the characters out by hand. The biggest problem that students have with learning Mandarin Chinese is being able to write Chinese. It is a daunting task because of the sheer number of different characters involved and also because until now each character has been treated as a unique and separate entity. The time needed to commit all this vocabulary to memory and gain fluency and facility in writing Chinese is immense, but using this method it will make learning faster.< Less
GUIDE TO DEVELOP YOUR OWN ONLINE COURSES By Daniel Ling MK
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With the advent of the Internet and many advanced web technologies, we see more and more educational institutions offering free online courses to reach out to both local and international students.... More > There are also avenues for individuals like you and me to develop our own online courses to reach out to the global market. In this book, I will show you a step-by-step guide to develop your own online courses.< Less
A New Approach to Expanding Chinese Vocabulary For Intermediate Learners.Vol 1 By Wang Lingli & Keith Robinson
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The usual approach to expanding vocabulary is to use a topic /situation based technique. This works well if the topics/situations are ones that the student may use, or is interested in them. However... More > it is by its nature random in the choice of words it introduces and furthermore the problem of how the student can quickly learn how to write all these different characters is never seriously addressed. There are however, other approaches that could be used, that could offer the student a better investment on the time they spend, but up to now they have not been explored by Teachers, This book introduces one such approach, by looking at and understanding repetition in Mandarin Chinese. This book will not be looking at repetition as in 爸爸 妈妈 or in phrases such as 多多少少 etc What we will be focusing on is repetition of meaning in a word that uses two different characters in Chinese. We think this could open up new ways of thinking about the language for students studying Chinese.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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