How to Ring in the Chinese New Year (with a recipe for Spring Rolls) Culture & Cuisine / Culture & History / Language Resources / Travel

The following is a post from Hanbridge Mandarin. You can learn more and enter their red envelope lottery by visiting their website. As a side note, Chinese New Year starts today – February 8, 2016! How to Say Chinese New Year in Chinese Chinese New Year 中国新年 Zhōnɡ Guó Xīn Nián Spring Festival 春节 Chūn Jiē Lunar New Year 农历新年 Nónɡ Lì Xīn Nián When...

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La Galerie Vivienne | Things to Do In & Around Paris Travel

Les Galeries, or covered passages, are something that are tucked away all across Paris. And while I’m sure I’ve unknowingly wandered past quite a few in my time there, it was really only on this last trip with my belle belle soeur that I had the opportunity to discover and explore a few of these gorgeous endroits. The one that captured my attention most on...

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Clear The List | Monthly Language Learning Strategies Update | February Eurolinguiste / Language Resources

Okay, so I know that I say this almost every month, but seriously, I cannot believe that it’s already the start of a new month. How is it February already? I really feel like I only just wrote my last #clearthelist post a week ago! For those of you who are new to #clearthelist, I would like to welcome to #clearthelist where we share our monthly...

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A Review of Fluency Made Achievable & The Vocab Cookbook by Kerstin Hammes Cable Language Resources

I first discovered Kerstin Hammes Cable a while back when she hosted a Language Book Club event with Kris Broholm a while back. Naturally, I then popped over to check out her website, Fluentlanguage.co.uk, and immediately became a fan. I signed up for her newsletter, purchased one of her books and followed her blog. I’ve since gone on to subscribe to (and even appear on)...

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