My final project for summer web class has been uploaded to a real website, please click the link below and feel free to comment on it, thanks.
In Chinese there are several different ways to say hello. The most popular expression is ni2 hao3. ni3 means ‘you’. Hao3 means ‘good’. Together ‘you-good’: ni2 hao3. Ni2 hao3 can be used at any time, on any occasion and by anybody.It can be used on either a stranger or a person you’ve already known. Is it similar to “hi” in English? For instance, when I say “ni2 hao3”, you can respond with a “ni2 hao3”.
The pronunciation of ni3 is similar to that of the English word ‘knee’, and hao3 similar to ‘how’.
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I am in Web Page class now. It is really an interesting class though it is quite hard for me. I feel nervous but exciting.
On May 14, 2011, I attended the 9th New York International Conference on Teaching Chinese in Rutgers University. In below picture are Dr. Dongdong Chen (the second right) , my classmates and schoolmates.
2011 Chinese Teacher Conference in Rutgers