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A father speaks [This is a guest post by Alex Wang, following up his remarks in "Learning to read and write Chinese" (7/11/16).] The more I learn Chinese to teach my younger son Chinese reading and writing the more I realize for lack of better word how “ridiculous” it is for a “significant / modern” […]
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