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      Foreign Affairs Office to Send Professionals in the City’s English Corners

      Foriegn Affairs OFfice to Send Professionals in the City's English Corners

      According to the Shenzhen’s foreign affairs office a team of English language professionals will be distributed to help on several activities that are being offered at 24 English corners across the city. These professionals are young employees coming from the foreign affairs office or at service centers that are affiliated with the foreign affairs office. [...]

      Jul 7 2014, 8:35 am | Posted in Chinese Language | Read More »

      Grammatical Error on Universiade Tower Corrected

      Grammatical Error on Universiade Tower Corrected

      Two and a half years since the summertime collegiate sports event in the city the grammatical mistakes that was placed on the Universaide Cauldron Tower in Nanshan was corrected. The incorrect use of the English language ordinal numbers that were written as 1th, 2th and 3th drew public attention since the tower was erected at [...]

      Dec 26 2013, 8:28 am | Posted in Chinese Language | Read More »

      School to Offer New Course to Help Improve Language Abilities

      School to Offer New Course to Help Improve Language Abilities

      The University College of International Exchange in Shenzhen will now offer a new course to overseas students who are looking to earn a bachelor’s degree and at the same time improve the Chinese language abilities. The four year program started in December and subjects are taught in English by international professors and lecturers. The new [...]

      Oct 23 2013, 8:38 am | Posted in Chinese Language | Read More »

      Country Creates Contest to Expand Cultural Influence

      Country Creates Contest to Expand Cultural Influence

      To further expand the country’s cultural influence a translations contest was held which involves contemporary Chinese language works. The committee responsible for organizing the 2013 China International Translation Contest chose 30 award winning contemporary Chinese short stories from well known Chinese writers. People’s Literature Magazine editor in chief Shi Zhanjun said that the pieces chosen [...]

      Sep 6 2013, 9:34 am | Posted in Chinese Language | Read More »

      Foreign Professionals Invited to Check Bilingual Sign Services

      Foreign Professionals Invited to Check Bilingual Sign Services

      The city foreign affairs office along with the city translators association have invited foreign professionals to visit around 15 public places ranging from police service centers to parks to see and check bilingual signs. Several foreign visitors are having a little trouble on roadways when traveling around the city with most of them relying on [...]

      May 29 2013, 9:31 am | Posted in Chinese Language | Read More »

      Journal Released List of Top Ten Catchphrases of 2012

      Journal Released List of Top ten Catchphrases of 2012

      An academic journal on Chinese language recently released a list on the top 10 catchphrases of 2012 last December 30. The top ten catchphrases which includes ‘what do you think,’ “tall, rich and handsome,’ “a bite of … ,” “China-style,” “getting shot even if lying on the ground,” “the most beautiful,” “down to earth,” “excellent,” [...]

      Jan 4 2013, 9:32 am | Posted in Chinese Language | Read More »

      Building Bridges to Better Mandarin

      Building Bridges to Better Mandarin

      Expats in China tend to segregate into two distinct groups when it comes to learning Mandarin; those who fall into its embrace quite naturally, immersing themselves in everyday conversation and becoming fluent in no time…and those who seem to forever ‘float along the surface’ never having the time or the inclination to become truly involved; [...]

      Nov 20 2012, 8:31 am | Posted in Chinese Language | Read More »

      Vocal Database Project Initiated to Save Ancient Dialects

      Vocal Database Project Initiated to Save Ancient Dialects

      The Dalian Municipal Language Committee chose nine residents from Dalian City in Liaoning Province to have their genuine Dalian accents recorded for prosperity. The nine residents were chosen from more than a hundred possible candidates. The recording of the Dalian accent is part of the committee’s plan of constructing the Chinese Language Resources Vocal Database. [...]

      Sep 14 2012, 11:56 am | Posted in Chinese Language | Read More »

      Chinese Academics Plans to Exclude English Abbreviations from Chinese Dictionary

      Chinese Academics Plans to Exclude English Abbreviations from Chinese Dictionary

      Chinese academics are planning to remove everyday English language abbreviations from the country’s dictionary saying that they are the biggest threat to the Chinese language. In a letter signed by more than 100 scholars have condemned inclusion of abbreviated terms such as NBA and the WTO in the recent Contemporary Chinese Dictionary. The Contemporary Chinese [...]

      Aug 31 2012, 9:31 am | Posted in Chinese Language | Read More »

      Television Stations Asked to Add Subtitles to TV Programs

      Television Stations Asked to Add Subtitles to TV Programs

      State-run television stations above city level are being encouraged by the Central government to add subtitles with their programs. The adding of subtitles is part of a set of regulations from the General Office of the State Council that aims in creating a barrier free environment for people with hearing disabilities. The regulation is to [...]

      Jul 16 2012, 8:39 am | Posted in Chinese Language | Read More »

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