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Are Chinese-English Bilingual Schools the Future of Primary Education?

  • August 9, 2017
  • by Dynamic Language

Globalization continues to gather pace despite resistance in some parts of the world. Unfortunately, the educational institutions in developed countries have struggled to keep pace with the changing face of 21st-century life. The challenges now facing young people in developed nations are unprecedented, which is why school children need a well-rounded education that has real-world […]

First Birthday Traditions in China & 5 Other Places Around the World

  • November 2, 2015
  • by Dynamic Language

Chinese Zhuazhou ritual. Photo source: Flickr A baby’s first birthday is a special milestone. Parents around the world go to great lengths to celebrate this special day with different traditions. First Birthday Traditions in China The Chinese aren’t big on having birthday celebrations every year; instead, they focus on the 1st, 10th, 60th, and 70th. […]

Wedding Traditions in China & 5 Other Countries

  • October 20, 2015
  • by Dynamic Language

Double joy stickers used to decorate at Chinese weddings.   There are few cultural events that inspire as many traditions as marriage. In China, marriages used to be arranged by the parents of the bride and groom with the aid of a matchmaker. Although that practice is not often practiced today, some traditions from past […]

Apple launches online Apple Store for China

  • October 28, 2010
  • by Emanuel Longo

In recent years, Apple has maintained a strong presence in the U.S. market for desktop and laptop computers, mobile phones and music players, but until this week, it had yet to cater to the world’s most populous market online. On Tuesday, that all changed when Apple announced the launch of its online store for China […]

Don’t forget to carry your thing””

  • May 5, 2009
  • by Emanuel Longo

The header represents an actual caution sign displayed in a Shanghai cab found by German author Oliver Radtke. China’s specific translation of English, or “Chinglish”, as referred by Radtke, has created quite a skeptic controversy in language translation.

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