Chinese tongue twister
Simon saying a Chinese tongue twister that means: 4 = 4, 10 = 10, 14 = 14, 40 = 40.
Practicing Chinese calligraphy
Simon uses this book for his Mandarin lessons.
Chienese and pancakes
From the wonderful set “Chineasy”. Simon says he knows about 100 characters, not sure that’s true.
Happy Birthday to Dad in Chinese
Simon created this animation in Codea during his Chinese lesson, to congratulate Dad on his 40th birthday. And this was a task he came with after the vacation:
Simon will continue with his weekly Chinese practices throughout the summer.
Simon’s progress in Chinese over the last couple of weeks. It’s funny how he writes neat cursive English words alongside the characters during the Mandarin lessons but hates writing cursive … Continue reading Chinese
Simon doing his Chinese homework: And here’s the same homework corrected by the tutor:
Our Chinese teacher is back!
Tea with sugar
This weekend was marked with another milestone: Simon read his first Chinese sentence without pinyin.