Post time 11-02-2023 21:58
Edited by Anonymous at 11-02-2023 15:01 |
China is home to ancient traditions, breathtaking artwork, and what is currently one of the world’s strongest economies. So it comes as no surprise that recent years have seen a cultural trend of eastern migration by both young and business-minded adults. Everyone is starting to pay more attention to China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and other Asian countries as they become increasingly popular as tourist destinations and increasingly important as cultural and financial hubs.
The melding of these two cultures, East and West, are instrumental in creating a more culturally literate world. East and West must understand each other in order for global economic growth to be a sustainable future. There is, however, a giant roadblock preventing the East and West from communicating effectively and connecting on a deep, cultural level: the Great Wall of Chinese.
The Chinese language has long been considered the most difficult major language to learn, largely on account of the vast number and complexity of its characters. Chinese characters are difficult for a native English speaker to learn. So a new method to learn how to read Chinese characters named Chineasy was created.
Chineasy’s goal is to allow people to learn to read Chinese easily by recognising characters through simple illustrations. The magical power of the Chineasy method is that by learning one small set of building blocks, students can build many new words, characters, and phrases. Master a few sets of building blocks and your learning will accelerate to a whole new level. With very little effort, learners will be able to read several hundred Chinese characters and phrases and gain a deeper understanding of the historical and cultural influences behind the vocabulary. Even though there are tens of thousands of Chinese characters, only a few hundred are actually necessary to comprehend basic Chinese literature and begin to delve into Chinese culture and art.
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