It happens to the best of us. Biking, walking, driving; No matter what form of transportation we opt for, we can’t escape it that feeling of frustration that grows inside of us, that is, none other than Road Rage. In Mandarin, this is called lù nù ｜路怒. However, the term road rage typically describes irrational frustration and anger as a driver of a vehicle. In this blog, I’d like to discuss situations when you have road rage resulting from other bad drivers –literally and simply rage while being on the road.
How do you say yes in Chinese? In this post, we will teach you 18 ways to express agreement in Mandarin that will make you sound more like a native speaker.
Chinese Science Fiction is a fascinating, unique genre that has many interesting authors. Those who may not have read any science fiction before may not know where to start, and those used to Western Science Fiction may be uncertain of their enjoyment of it. Read on to find out the best place to start reading Chinese Science Fiction to see if it suits you!
With headlines of foods scares splashed across the news every year, the focus on where our food comes from and what is being done to it is increasingly in the spotlight. If you want to know where to buy organic and how to talk about organic food in China, then read on. Read More
Learning Chinese is a magical journey made accessible and satisfying by recognizing new patterns. Here are four common Chinese characters based on 巴, all delightfully discussed and explained. 巴, 把, 爸, and 吧, are often used and very useful characters to master. They all use ‘ba’ as a phonetic sound but differ quite dramatically in tone and how we use them.
Learning how to properly use the different ‘ba’ sound commonly heard in Mandarin will make learning Chinese just that little bit easier. Here’s a quick look to contextualize what you can take from this article: