How to learn Chinese at home

When you’re in China, you might want to look up a few things, including where to find your local Chinese food, how to get around town, and how to shop.

But if you’re just looking for a quick fix of Chinese food and a bit of local history, we’ve got a few suggestions for you.

Read more:Chinese-Americans who have lived in the U.S. for years say they’re happy to see the Chinese community in America grow.

It’s a bit surprising to see a group of Chinese-Americans come to the U, but I think they’re just really happy that we have this kind of diversity in the country,” said Anna Chen, who is a native of Hong Kong and lives in Virginia.

Her mother, Nan Chai, said the community is also supportive of the Chinese-American community, even though she herself was born and raised in New York.”

They know we’re from New York, they know we came here to work in New Jersey, they also know that they’re Chinese and that they should be proud of it,” Nan said.

But even with all the positive things that have happened in China over the last decade, there are still some misconceptions about the country.Read More