Chinese Pronouns

Lessons on "Survival Chinese with Oge" equips students and viewers with important basics for beginners and appreciable knowledge to travel to China and also hold a conversation with native speakers. BASIC PRONOUNS IN THE CHINESE MANDARIN Singular Pronouns      wǒ  -  我  - I, me      nǐ    -  你 - You     ... Continue Reading →

Take no attitude for granted

Take no attitude for granted, people usually introduce themselves by themselves - Oge Patrick Taking for granted may refer to valuing someone or something very lightly, to expect a particular service to continue without some appreciation and recognition, or underestimating the effects of a thing or an action directly or indirectly. It's not always difficult... Continue Reading →

How to set healthy boundaries

Healthy boundaries are not walls, they are the gates and fences that help you enjoy the beauty of your own garden – anonymous. Many people are in a difficult places, filling in many roles and being many things to many, different people, except themselves. Boundaries define us. They define what is you and what is... Continue Reading →

Sichuan Opera – Face Changing Skills

The face changing skills known as "变脸 biàn liàn" is another unique skill and important aspect of the Chinese opera. As the faces display the emotional changes of the characters, the face changing techniques appear like magic to the wonderment of the audience. The performers just wave their arms or twist their heads, and their... Continue Reading →

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