Chinese Writing - 178 Most Common Characters from New HSK 1
By Crystal Gong
Copyright 2013 Crystal Gong
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Crystal (Gong Da) is Chinese, and was born in the city of Wuhan in Hubei province, where she lives until now. Her native language is Mandarin and she can also speak English. Crystal graduated from Wuhan College of Foreign language and Foreign Affairs and started teaching Chinese as a foreign language in 2010 at Chinese Hour online school, where she gained the experience of teaching online students from USA, UK, South Korea, Spain, Germany, Australia, France, Singapore, Italy, Vietnam and others. Crystal and one of her students teamed up to write this book.
Her main hobbies are: language learning, reading, recitations of poems, dramatic criticism writing, dancing.
Connect with Crystal by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Author's portal: http://www.writinginchinese.com/
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I’d like to see this eBook becoming a great companion to you throughout your process of learning Mandarin Chinese. Being proficient in a new language requires the control of the 4 main abilities: speaking, listening, writing and reading. In the case of Chinese, writing is normally the most intimidating skill.