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Introducing Chinese Language

When:

Sun 28 Oct 2018, 8:00am–8:30am
Sun 4 Nov 2018, 8:00am–8:30am
Sun 11 Nov 2018, 8:00am–8:30am
Sun 18 Nov 2018, 8:00am–8:30am
Sun 25 Nov 2018, 8:00am–8:30am

Where: Albert Park, Princes St, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: PreventiveHealth

Last week I came across a New Zealander lady and a girl from Brazil. We had a conversation about different languages. I mentioned that Chinese language is easier to learn from a different perspective.

The NZ lady couldn't believe it and didn't have the interest to listen so she left. The Brazilian girl told me "Ah, Chinese (language) is too difficult." I told her that let me explain something and she listened.

I said:
when a student graduates from a university in NZ, USA or Britain, generally she/he has to learn averagely 26 characters and 40,000 English words; On the contrary, a student graduates from a university in China or Taiwan generally she/he has to learn averagely 2,000 Chinese characters/words. These 2000 characters become the foundation or the building block/blocks of other words.

Then,
I showed her a drawing, a girl was watching with a hand above her eye. I told her "the hand and the eye" becomes the building block of the word "see, watch or look" in Chinese.

Then I showed her the picture of a far away person and the writing of a Chinese word "person". Then she was amazed and said "Wah! Chinese is easy! I didn't know it. You changed my view"!

I told her that learning Chinese can be very easy. It depends on how you approach it.

The above is the reason why I would like to hold meetings to introduce Chinese language to people who like to understand and/or learn Chinese language a little more.

(For final confirmation for the time and date, please send text message with name, brief background and email address to 021 2399 446 or basistech.66@gmail.com)

Attention: Mr. Song

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