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The Family Tree in Chinese

In Chinese by Gwilym James

In this #SkritterChineseTips, we’re taking on the topic of the Chinese family tree which confuses even native speakers! ⁠⠀⁠⠀But don’t worry because you don’t need to memorize all the different titles. There are prefixes and specific …

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Pride Month – Love is Love

In Chinese by Gwilym James

June is known as Pride Month for the LGBTQI communities across the world. The terms taught in this #SkritterChineseTips lesson are inclusive and acceptable to use without causing offense in Chinese. Let’s celebrate by learning some basic …

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Justice is Love in Action

In Uncategorized by Gwilym James

During the past week, like most of the world, we at Skritter have been paying attention and spending time to educate ourselves and think of ways to be part of the change. We have dedicated …

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A Video Call Gone Wrong: Chinese Lesson

In Chinese by Gwilym James

Video Link: https://youtu.be/ALqCZGg_LU0 In this lesson, we take a look at a common technical difficulty encountered during video calls. Things such as muted microphones, non-functioning webcams, or a noisy background are all common occurrences during …