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5 Chinese words you didn’t expect to see a cat in!

Do you guys remember what we brought you two weeks ago: 6 purrfect cat quotes in Chinese? We hope you guys had a lot of fun with these cat sayings! We sure did. And since at Ninchanese, we’re super cat-lovers, we just couldn’t wait to continue our special “cat show” and tell you more funny expressions with”cat” […]

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Chinese culture Vocabulary

Cat sayings: 6 purrfect quotes in Chinese

Chinese people often like to use animal analogies when talking. This is called “animal culture”: some animals are given a certain symbolism and used in a metaphorical way to express human feelings. So, in many Chinese idioms or slang words, you’re likely to find animal metaphors used.. In Chinese, particularly, there are a lot of expressions and […]

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Chinese culture Vocabulary

Chinese software tribulations: Funny uninstall pictures

I just had to share these funny de-install pictures with you: they are too cute! They come from a Chinese software called 搜狗高速浏览器 (Sōugǒu gāosù liúlǎn qì, Sogou’s high speed browser).

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Happy Valentine’s Day in Chinese! 情人节快乐!

Today’s the 14th of February so 情人节快乐! to you!

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Advanced Beginner Chinese learning tips Intermediate Ninchanese

The Ninchanese trailer is here!

Nincha discover a dragon! And he made his mission to make him speak Chinese. Here we go!

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Funny Cat Videos: Let Me Push This Button!

Cats are curious creatures! They like to play with boxes, balls and so many other things. As we love cat videos, here’s one of our favorites!

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New Ninchanese.com and more!

Hi everyone! Have you noticed the changes in Ninchanese recently? There are quite a few new things going on at Ninchanese we want you to know about about! First items of news: Ninchanese.com has a fresh new look and you can now subscribe to get our blog newsletter!

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Emotions in Chinese: Express your feelings!

Learn how to express emotions in Chinese! And seriously, what better way to learn how to say how you’re feeling in Chinese than by looking at pictures of cute animals making very human-like faces?