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On the Page: Chineasy Everyday

Hailed as a new way to learn Chinese, Chineasy Everyday promises to teach you or your child more than 400 of the most used and useful Chinese characters, phrases and sentences. The system was developed by a London-based Taiwanese entrepreneur who was looking for an effective way to teach Chinese to her own children.

 

 

Chineasy Everyday: The World of Chinese Characters
ShaoLan Hseuh
Thames & Hudson | 255 pages

Its ground-breaking visual approach promises to make reading characters “fun and easy”; by learning the most commonly occurring characters – the building blocks of the entire language, it says – readers of all ages can swiftly grasp concepts and words. What’s more, it’s organised into 11 themes that not only reflect our daily lives, but also include insights into Chinese history and culture.

Vanessa Harvey

This article first appeared in the June 2016 edition of Expat Living. Don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss an issue!

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