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It's 2008 and the Olympics have arrived to Beijing. Experience the people's excitement.

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For an early age you could tell my grandmother was different. She was precocious and beautiful. An artist, a spy and a beauty her life was a whirlwind.

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Taiwanese superstar A-Mei sings "Can't Cry It Out."

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You always say there is a lot of time, you can wait for me. I didn't understand before that there is a "tomorrow" for sure. Missing you is like a breathing pain.

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Ever wondered why there aren't any black or green flowers out there? Find out why in this video!

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Lydia teaches us the weekdays, the seasons and the months in Chinese.

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Lydia explains how to read the clock in Chinese with a few examples.

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Watermelon, watermelon, round and round... Watch and find out the best way to eat a watermelon.

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This video warns that when driving, its other driver's wheels we should be paying attention to not their blinkers.

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This video is about how to properly extricate your vehicle from muck.

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This video tells you how to properly turn on your car engine in winter months.

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This video teaches us that we should, counterintuitively, turn the AC in our cars on in the winter once a month to keep the systems running smoothly. We should do the same with our heat in the summer!

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This video advises us on how to properly use our car air conditioner.

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This video tells you how to use and take care of your windshield wipers to maximize their lifespan and effectiveness.

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This video gives you advice about how to avoid accidents while passing in your car.

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Isabelle Huang and Tiger Hu stun with their rendition of Hebe Tian's You must find happiness on The Treasured Voice music program.

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A Lian Lian Pay employee has a message for its customers during this difficult time.

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A Lian Lian Pay employee picks up his groceries during quarantine.

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Learn about the origin of some Chinese characters which were derived from pictures of what the characters represent.

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Learn about the origin of some Chinese characters which were derived from pictures of what the characters represent.

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Learn not only the meaning behind some Chinese characters, but also how they were originally derived from pictures. These characters are of the agricultural variety.

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Spring, summer, autumn, winter- learn the story behind these seasonal characters.

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Learn the stories behind some characters of the animal variety.

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Have you ever wondered why a Chinese character is written the way it is written? The Chinese characters are logograms, unlike the English language that utilize Latin characters. The Chinese characters could be represented by pictograms, depicting one or an aggregate of pictures or ideograms depicting an idea/icon symbolically. Join us to learn the roots of some of the Chinese characters. In this episode, you will discover the formation of "horn," "flower," and "grass," to name a few.

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Have you ever wondered why a Chinese character is written the way it is written? The Chinese characters are logograms, unlike the English language that utilize Latin characters. The Chinese characters could be represented by pictograms depicting one or an aggregate of pictures or ideograms depicting an idea/icon symbolically. Join us to learn the roots of some of the Chinese characters. In this episode, you will discover the formation of the "rind" of a fruit, "fur," "melon" and "fruit."

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Have you ever wondered why a Chinese character is written the way it is written? The Chinese characters are logograms, unlike the English language that utilizes Latin characters. The characters could be represented by pictograms depicting one or an aggregate of pictures or ideograms depicting an idea or a borrowed word. Join us to learn the roots of some of the Chinese characters. In this episode, you will discover the formation of "pine," "peach," "willow" and "bamboo."

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Learn a simple, fun way to say the four directions in Chinese as well as how to remember how to write them.

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Learn about the characters used to talk about time by watching this fun and thorough explanation of how to write them and how they came about.

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"Heritage" sees its greatest number of participants in a single performance.

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Performers recall the day of a spectacular performance at the opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympics.

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For an early age you could tell my grandmother was different. She was precocious and beautiful. An artist, a spy and a beauty her life was a whirlwind.

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My grandmother was not one to sit back in times of turmoil. She was politically active and performed across the country promoting Nationalism. Her courageousness even lead her to be detained by the Japanese.

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My impressions of my grandma were mostly based on pictures we exchanged in letters. Her beauty and style influenced me a lot when I was younger.

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Grandmother always took great care in her appearance and she expected the same from us. Red nail polish, makeup, earrings were an important part of her daily routine even into her later years.

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Listen to this make-believe story about how the twelve animals were selected to be the animals of the Chinese Zodiac. What terrible thing did the rat do to get its bad reputation and why do cats hate rats?!

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This well-known story commonly used to educate children on the values of courtesy and fraternal love involves four-year-old Kong Rong giving up some larger pears to his older and younger brothers. Still employed in current times, this text has been used for elementary education since the Song Dynasty.

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This idiom is used as a metaphor for the punishment of a person to alert others to correct their behavior.

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Hear the story from which the saying, "Hun Shui Mo Yu" came about. It means to take advantage of a chaotic time or deliberately create confusion to obtain benefits.

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