A detailed review of the Remembr.it Chinese Character Flashcards web program
How to write N in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics. ん has one strokes. Mnemonic: ん is a nose.
Andrew from Remembr.it answered a few questions about their Chinese Character Flashcards web software, and how to go about studying Chinese using it.
A guest post! Źmicier Kušnaroŭ explains basic comparisons using 過 and 啲 in Cantonese, with example sentences and Yale romanisation.
A translation of the poem 鹿柴, “The Deer Enclosure”, by the Tang dynasty poet 王維 (Wang Wei). #224 in the 300 Tang poems. Includes pinyin and literal glosses.
More updates to Vocabify, a script which uses notification bubbles to show you vocabulary flashcards as you get on with other things. Now on version 0.2.3
Some stats as the site hits 300 posts in one and a half years. Unique visitors are up 67%, pageviews up 127% and comments up 30%. 加油！
A translation of the poem 怨情, “Resentment”, by the Tang dynasty poet 李白 (Li Bai). #234 in the 300 Tang poems. Includes pinyin and literal glosses.
A translation of the poem 八陣圖, “Eight Front Strategy”, by the Tang dynasty poet 杜甫 (Du Fu). #235 in the 300 Tang poems. Includes pinyin and literal glosses.
The little vocabulary notify script I posted two weeks ago has been improved, and is now called Vocabify. The project is hosted on Google Code under GPL V3.
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