Published by Peking University Press for children learning Chinese, “Start Reading Chinese” is a translation and adaptation of the famous “Start Learning” series, published by Wayland for children learning English. Illustrated by internationally renowned artists, and full of captivating stories, the whole series is divided in 5 levels of difficulty, and Chinese characters come with their pinyin transcription above. Each box is composed of 4 books, a booklet and a CD-ROM.
The books in this series, published by the University of Beijing, consist of short rhymes designed to help students learn Chinese. The rhymes are written in both English and Chinese with pinyin over the characters. Each book comes with an MP3 and DVD and is designed especially to appeal to primary and secondary school students.
中国文化欣赏读本(上) / Exploring Chinese Culture - A Chinese Reader vol.1
This bilingual Chinese reader is based on the content of the box of 4 DVDs sold separately and also called 'Exploring Chinese Culture'. The book can be used independently or as a support for the DVDs. The book contains 8 units about different aspects of Chinese traditional culture, and each unit contains 3 bilingual texts, with photos and illustrations.
Pocket Oxford Chinese Dictionary (4th ed.) (small size)
Published by Oxford University Press, this Chinese-English English-Chinese dictionary is highly recommended for all learners of Chinese. Definitions include both simplified and traditional Chinese characters, pinyin transcription, and examples of use to see words in context. This 4th edition also includes brand-new words in both languages, and more resources are available on the companion website.
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