Wondering if you should learn Chinese? This picture takes a look at whether Americans are at a linguistic disadvantage considering China’s rapid rise; and its quick increase in the number of English speakers. So, take a look at this infographic and take a leaf out of China’s book!read more
The Nincha Team wishes you a happy Fourth of July celebration, full of red, white and blue icecream, picnics, and fireworks! Happy Independance Day to all the 美国人 out there!read more
Have a nice weekend! How do you wish a good time to your friends or colleagues? Discover two Chinese expressions to say so.read more
What was ancient Chinese fashion like? How did it evolve as Dynasties changed and replaced each other? This infographic shows how Women’s dress fashion evolved in China throughout the age, and shows how much each new ruler sought to impose their style on its Chinese denizens.read more
Today is 端午节(duān wǔ jié), the Dragon Boat Festival!
Time to race in dragon-shaped boats, eat delicious rice balls, called 粽子 (Zòngzi) filled with various tasty fillings and discover the many other customs associated with this holiday, such as balancing eggs to bring yourself good luck for the coming year! Let us tell you all about it!read more
As a follow up to our introduction to Chinese social media sites, this week’s article is an infographic which highlights the intricate relationship American and Chinese social media sites share.read more
Feeling like this cat despite the nice weather?read more
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?read more
Like Chinese massages? This infographic of human body parts in Chinese will be very useful to explain where you’d like to get a massage. Comes in handy in other situations too! Learn how to describe your body from head to toe in Chinese with this handy worksheet.read more
The Nincha Team and its newest team member wish you a happy Easter weekend!
Easter isn’t really celebrated in China but here’s how to say Easter in Chinese anyways:
祝你 复活节 快乐! = We wish you a happy Easter (zhù nǐ fùhuó jié kuàilè)