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Posted on: Seeing off an Old Friend 渭城曲
January 27, 2009, 04:16 AM


Thanks again for another great poem.  Keep posting them that we may become literate. 

Posted on: Farewell, Son 游子吟
January 21, 2009, 01:42 PM


This is one of those added thing that many of us chinese learners need.  We will never have access to a chinese language poetry class.

Thanks again and keep up the good work



Posted on: Gifts Chinese People Like and 'Chinatomy' Premiere!
May 24, 2008, 04:28 PM

Dear Amber Keeps getting better and better. I was in the process of shoping this week for gifs for my chinese friends. I will be leaving the US to teach in china in a few weeks. What makes good gifs for students. Remember I will need 300. Any Recommendations.

Posted on: Regional Accents Part I
April 23, 2008, 04:15 AM

This was great lesson. This is the kind of stuff that sets chinese pod above the rest. Keep up the good work

Posted on: Tattoos, TV and the Stock Market
March 31, 2008, 05:56 AM

This was a great show! Keep up the good work. Would love to here more on ivesting in China. I was wondering if outsiders are allow to buy real estate in China. Are ther any time share properties for sale in china and is this the way to go.

Posted on: 无论 (wúlùn) No matter...
March 25, 2008, 03:07 AM

Whenever I hear a new work I must look it up and see other word that are simular. Here are some I though I would share. 无论【wúlùn】 no matter what, how, etc.; regardless of. 无【wú】 nothing; nil; not have; there is not; without; not; regardless of; no matter whether, what, etc.. 论【lùn】 discuss; talk about; discourse; view; opinion; statement; dissertation; 无论何事【wúlùnhéshì】 anything; whatever; no matter what. 无论何人【wúlùnhérén】 whoever. 无论何时【wúlùnhéshí】 whenever; of all times; eer. 无论如何【wúlùnrúhé】 in any case; at any rate; whatever happens; at all events.

Posted on: Beauty Ideals and Ayi
December 15, 2007, 02:04 AM

Amber: I have been told some wild stories about funerals in China. Some cultural information on this would be helpful as well as perhaps a lesson so we could learn the funeral vocab. Thanks. Great show!

Posted on: Beyond Or: Another Use of 还是 (háishi)
October 08, 2007, 11:27 PM

I love it. These are the things. I always here in chinese conversation that make cents to me even after I look it up!. Love 请问;

Posted on: Death by Ninja
September 14, 2007, 05:51 AM

Peter is not dead! The next lesson is on calling an ambulance in China and on the Chinese words we can all use in a medical facility.

Posted on: All About 所有 (suǒyǒu) and 都 (dōu)
September 01, 2007, 12:28 PM

Wow! another great lesson. I look forward to Qing wen every week. This has become a major part of my grammer learning. Thanks.