This year, Nincha chose to celebrate Chinese Halloween — well, to dress up in a very Chinese Halloween costume: he’s a 僵尸. Jiangshis are scary zombie-like creatures that prey on living creatures to steal their Qi! Brrr.. ^^
Watch the video of Retro Super Mario theme song, ancient Chinese style! The sheng, a 3 000 + old Chinese instrument sounds like it was made for this theme. Seriously. It sounds THAT good. Who knew 8-bit music was so old?
When learning a language, non-verbal cues are just as important as verbal ones. Here’s one to know: the meaning of the fist bump! Why’s that? Well, the Chinese don’t exactly use the fist pump the same way Westerners do! Click through to learn how to use it in China!
Currently studying for your exams? How’s it going? Did you plan ahead your studies or are you resorting to cramming methods to ensure you know everything you need to know to pass your exams? Well, here’s a secret Chinese technique you simply need to know. It’ll help you stay focused, study… and ace your exams! Find out […]
With 2013 all wrapped up, and 2014 fresh and full of new opportunities, here’s a round up of our top blog posts of 2013 from Ninchanese! Cute cats, fashion, learning tips, infographics, strange buildings… there’s something for everyone!
China is no longer open to Bitcoin exchanges in yuans. That’s what China’s biggest Bitcoin exchange, BTC China,announced on Wednesday in a post on Weibo, saying it “has no option but to stop accepting yuan deposits.”
The Chinese never fail to amaze us with their ability to take “crowded” to a whole new level during the Golden Week, the week-long holiday celebrating China’s National Day! Witness the “Tourist apocalypse” on the 1st of October!
The Nincha Team wishes everyone a : 中秋节快乐! Happy Mid Autumn Festival! pinyin: Zhōngqiū jié kuàilè
Have you ever looked up at Hong Kong skyscrapers long enough that you’re no longer sure which way is up and which way is down? Some get such a kick out of doing that that they turn it into a series of pictures! Like here in these disorienting pictures. Check them out below, and trust […]
Celebrating the Chinese New Year