I like the ’ idea that has had the ’ Chinese language teacher Shao Lan. Learn a new language today is increasingly indispensable, with the expanding market and with China that bites the brake, it is necessary to know English to perfection and also chew a bit of Chinese… why not?
More and more students and businessmen attend Eastern language courses as Chinese or Japanese to understand commercial or cultural dynamics and maybe establish a profitable Exchange. Pay attention aspiring polyglots all over the world someone wants you to teach one of the most difficult languages: Chineasy.
When you get older the ability of learning drop dramatically. There is no alternative, we need more attention to focus, we waste more energy and therefore learn a complex language like Chinese made entirely of characters becomes more complicated, especially if you are Westerners.
The Chineasy method interests me particularly because it join’vector illustrations, simple and clean, to typography to teach the Chinese language.
Of course the whole thing stems from field observation: the teacher Shao Lan realizes how complicated for her children (Sino-British) learn the meaning of each ideogram and so devises the most intuitive methods of combining illustration typography to quickly associate the meaning of the image.
You say that you will learn too??
Chineasy learn Chinese with illustrations
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