Books for Adults

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Books for Adults

  • Gateway to Business Chinese Daily Communication (CD-ROM)
    The present course is prepared for those industrialists and businessmen who have never learned or have just begun learning basic Chinese that is not their mother tongue. This book aim at helping learners to acquire the 4-level ability described above. This is CD-ROM version
    £11.00
  • The Pocket Interpreter Chinese - Streetwise Guide (CD included)
    The Pocket Interpreter Chinese - Streetwise Guide (CD included) This handy companion begins with a brief survey of essentials to prep the new student of Chinese on forming basic sentences. Alongside the sentences are explanations about many unique aspects of China, from local snacks to Chinese Operas.
    £7.95
  • Chinese Grammar Step by Step
    Chinese Grammar Step by Step is a useful, easy to understand reference guide to the Chinese language. Based on Hanban’s International Curriculum for Chinese Language Education, it organizes grammar topics in a progressive manner and offers a clear, concise explanation for each language point. Refreshingly presented in a manner for easy learning, it is a first guide to Chinese grammar for learners at all levels.
    £19.99
  • Zhuang Zi Says - Wo Hen Hao 庄子说我很好
    Are you studying Chinese? Do you want to know what the Chinese think is good and what is wicked? Do you want to know why the Chinese laugh and why they cry? To really get to the answers, you may have to talk to thousands of people and read tons of books, which is improbable. Well, there may be an easier way to do this: by going back some 2000 years to the times and thoughts of ancient Chinese philosophers.
    £10.00
  • Lao Zi Says - Da Jia Hao 老子说大家好
    Are you studying Chinese? Do you want to know what the Chinese think is good and what is wicked? Do you want to know why the Chinese laugh and why they cry? To really get to the answers, you may have to talk to thousands of people and read tons of books, which is improbable. Well, there may be an easier way to do this: by going back some 2000 years to the times and thoughts of ancient Chinese philosophers.
    £10.00
  • Gateway to Business Chinese Daily Communication (paperback)
    The present course is prepared for those industrialists and businessmen who have never learned or have just begun learning basic Chinese that is not their mother tongue. This book aim at helping learners to acquire the 4-level ability described above.
    £15.95
  • Five Thousand Years of Chinese Nation
    The Records of the Historian was written by Sima Qian (145-90 BC), a great historian of the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-25 AD) who dedicated his whole life to the book. China's first historical work centering on people rather than events, it presents a general Chinese history of some 3,000 years, from the legendary Yellow Emperor to 122 BC - the first year of the Yuanshou reign of Han Emperor Wu.
    £20.95
  • Gate to Chinese Calligraphy
    Written Chinese developed from picture drawn to record events. Generally speaking, over the last thousands of years writing styles have moved form complexity to greater simplicity, pacing changes in society.
    £10.95
  • Chinese 101 in Cartoons (For CEOs) (with Free MP3)
    The first entry to the Chinese 101 in Cartoons series is designed for foreign business people or managers who have no command of the Chinese language.
    £11.95
  • The Way We Think: Chinese View of Life Philosophy
    The book introduces Chinese culture from the perspective of the differences with respect to life and culture between the east and west.
    £10.95
  • The Way We Communicate Volume 1
    For non-Chinese speakers, especially Westerners with different cultural background, communicating with Chinese people requires not only language skills, but also an understanding of Chinese culture, customs, social life, business etiquettes and much more.
    £6.95
  • The Way We Communicate Volume 2
    For non-Chinese speakers, especially Westerners with different cultural background, communicating with Chinese people requires not only language skills, but also an understanding of Chinese culture, customs, social life, business etiquettes and much more.
    £6.95
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