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A very popular children's song with very simple vocabulary.

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A long time ago, a maid named Hua worked for a very stingy couple. Then one day, a beggar arrived at their door...

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The stingy couple decide to beautify themselves in the supposed "Fountain of Youth, only to encounter the unexpected.

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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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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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Learn in the fastest and easiest way possible how to effectively remember some characters that express movement.

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This cute introductory video helps Chinese learners learn the characters for "fu," (father) "mu," (mother) "ma," (mommy) and "ba" (daddy).

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Let's review the vocabulary again for wind, cloud, water and fire.

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The wisdom of Chinese ancient hieroglyphics can be traced back to thousands of years ago. They are so clever and yet, comprised of such spontaneous connections that even a child can guess them.

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A child learns from his dad the wisdom of Chinese characters.

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While a father is teaching his child Chinese characters, they are introduced in all their wisdom and splendor.

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As the story comes to a conclusion, we learn more and more concepts that are brilliantly captured in the essence of Chinese characters.

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