Chinese is the most widely spoken language in the world. There is a huge global population speaking Chinese. If you can speak Mandarin you will be able to communicate with Chinese people and people from Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand.
Speaking Chinese gives you more opportunities
China is now the world’s second largest economy, which presents many business opportunities. If you can speak Chinese, it will be easy for you to find those opportunities in the process of China’s rapid economic growth. China will play a major role in world affairs in the future. Employers seek Mandarin speakers: If you can speak Chinese, it will look great on your CV. If you would like to be involved in international business, this is a great opportunity for you! Ireland has a growing Chinese community and learning the culture help us grow as an inclusive society. To learn about Chinese history and culture Ancient Chinese Culture more 5000 years old. When visiting China, you will be immediately confronted with the various ways this culture is lived out by millions of Chinese people every single day. If you can speak Chinese, it will be easy to travel to the beautiful country and enjoy delicious Chinese food.
Studying Chinese at Secondary Level
• Chinese is easy, fun, and interesting! • Chinese vocabulary is extremely logical.
电脑 diànnăo = Electricity + brain = Computer 电话 diànhuà = Electricity + speech = Telephone 电视 diànshì = Electricity + to view = Television 小学xiǎoxué = small study = elementary school 中学zhōngxué = middle study = middle school 高中gāozhōng = middle high 大学dàxué=big study = college 学生xuésheng = study + unripe = student
Chinese words are artistically formed. If you know the most 1000 commonly used characters, you will recognize 90% of the characters in Chinese newspapers.
Kǒuzìpáng 口字旁 —- mouth/classifier for things with mouths. You’ll find 口 in characters related to the mouth, openings and entrances.
Chinese Department – Staff
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Chinese New Year
Annual Chinese Meal
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