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China’s Great Leap Forward: Western Frogs Croak Dismay

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How To Talk Like A Maoist General

If you’re in the job market today, you might have noticed that every employer is looking for leadership skills. You also might find that your potential superiors insist on comparing the boardroom to a battlefield, but quoting Sun Tzu’s The Art of War in business school is so passé. To stand out and bring real…

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How To Talk Like A Maoist General

If you’re in the job market today, you might have noticed that every employer is looking for leadership skills. You also might find that your potential superiors insist on comparing the boardroom to a battlefield, but quoting Sun Tzu’s The Art of War in business school is so passé. To stand out and bring real…

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How To Talk Like A Maoist General

If you’re in the job market today, you might have noticed that every employer is looking for leadership skills. You also might find that your potential superiors insist on comparing the boardroom to a battlefield, but quoting Sun Tzu’s The Art of War in business school is so passé. To stand out and bring real…

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Aphantasia — absence of the mind's eye

You’ve probably heard sentences like this a thousand times:  “Picture it in your mind’s eye”. How literally can we take that? “What Does it Mean to ‘See With the Mind’s Eye?‘” (Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic [12/4/14]): Imagine the table where you’ve eaten the most meals. Form a mental picture of its size, texture, and color….

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Lingthusiasm

There’s a wonderful new podcast on linguistic matters that I highly recommend to all Language Log readers. It’s called Lingthusiasm, and it’s appropriately billed as “a podcast that’s enthusiastic about linguistics.” The podcast is co-hosted by Gretchen McCulloch and Lauren Gawne. You may know Gretchen from her All Things Linguistic blog or her posts on The…

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很糟糕的一天并不意味着生活很糟糕。Don’t let a bad day make you feel like…

很糟糕的一天并不意味着生活很糟糕。 Don’t let a bad day make you feel like you have a bad life. Source: Reading in Chinese Permalink: 很糟糕的一天并不意味着生活很糟糕。Don’t let a bad day make you feel like… Share PostTwitterFacebookGoogle +1Email

Question from a Mandarin Learner about advancing further into Chinese

Hi, I’m currently learning Mandarin and plan to take it for iGCSE next year (igcses are exams that normally help to determine which university you go to along with your a-levels). My question is, do I have to learn radicals if I want to continue learning characters? Currently I remember characters by making associations with…

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China's air quality was markedly worse in January to February, official data shows

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/r/gifs crosspost – Chinese pothole

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