College Mandarin Chinese Course on Your Own--Beginning Level
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College Mandarin Chinese Course on Your Own--Beginning Level

Learn One Year's College Chinese Curriculum in Just Two Months and Save Ten Thousand Dollars of Tuition
4.5 (98 ratings)
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Created by Hong Zeng
Last updated 6/2017
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Includes:
  • 12 hours on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • 119 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn Chinese sound system (pinyin) and writing system; learn conversational dialogues based on the same range of vocabulary, grammar and topics as in the Beginning Chinese Course of most North American and European universities, such as greetings, family, dates and time, hobbies, visiting friends, making appointments, learning Chinese, school life, shopping, transportation, weather, dining, asking direction, and party.
  • The students will learn 1 year's worth of college Chinese curriculum (with the same range of vocabulary, grammar and dialogue topics) in just two months (half an hour per day) totally on their own, and with the same degree of proficiency achieved. They can conduct speech in most daily situations and write more than 1000 Chinese characters.
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Requirements
  • The students don't need pre-knowledge of Chinese. Everything is learned from scratch.For students or adults who have already started to learn Chinese in the classroom, this course also provides additional reviewing materials.
Description

As China, a nation of long-standing and rich culture tradition rises to be the economic magnate of the world, Chinese has become the second most learned foreign language in American middle schools, high schools and universities. Chinese is the language of business and management, government and education, politics and diplomacy, as much as the language of literature and philosophy. Being proficient in spoken and written Chinese would win you a prominent advantage in career opportunities in today’s world.

Are you a college student or adult open learner who cherished the hope to study college Chinese but hampered by the lack of time and exorbitant tuition to learn in a classroom setting? Have you been a middle school or high school student who found that 6 years of secondary school Chinese can only be tested into one year’s college Chinese in college placement test? This course is a perfect answer to your dilemmas: In as short as two months, you can learn the same range of vocabulary, grammar and situational dialogues, and achieve the same degree of proficiency as a classroom student enrolled for a whole year’s College Chinese Curriculum at beginners' level. You would save more than ten thousand dollars of tuition for such full credit course in one year, while greatly speed up your learning process, at the convenience of your home and time.

The instructor is Professor Hong Zeng, an award-winning professor of Chinese. She has taught Chinese at all levels at highly prestigious liberal arts colleges and national universities in America for 16 years. She has two PhDs in Chinese and comparative language and literature, and has published 5 books in these realms in America, well-endorsed by world-renowned experts and book review journals in her field. She had twice more than doubled the classroom Beginning Chinese Course enrollment in just one year. This course adopts the same methodology and simulates the same degree of student-teacher interaction as she has taught at College classroom setting for years.

This course is exceedingly thorough, methodological, and systematic, as well as easy and entertaining. It has 8 sections and 165 lectures, altogether 18 hours. By learning this course, you will be good at Chinese sound and writing system, fluent in most daily situations, such asgreetings, family, dates and time, hobbies, make appointments, school life, traffic, shopping, dining, weather, and party, etc. Hundreds of entertaining images will bring learning, reviewing, testing and application into quick circulation at every short turn as in the mode of immersion education. Following the beginning level of this online college Chinese course, there will be two courses at intermediate level and advanced level coming out soon. These three courses will allow you to learn altogether 3 years’ worth of college curriculum of Mandarin Chinese in just 6 months, and achieve the advanced level of Chinese which will allow you to be fluent in both daily and social topics, while save 30000 dollars of college tuition.
Who is the target audience?
  • Such a course is perfect for college undergraduate and graduate students as well as adult open learnerswho have no time and enough financial resources to study Chinese in the classroom setting. They would acquire the same degree of proficiency in two months as those classroom students who studied one year in a classroom setting, thus speed up their learning process, at the same time save tens of thousands of dollars in tuition. Since the course is based on the same range of vocabulary, grammar and situational dialogue topics as college Chinese in most universities, they can be advantageously placed in placement test, even if in the future they want to take higher level of Chinese in classroom setting. As a professor of Chinese who taught for 16 years at prestigious liberal arts colleges and universities, my teaching methods in this online course is exactly the same as I conducted classroom teaching for years.
  • This course is also terrific for middle school and high school students who are learning or want to learn Chinese. Secondary school Chinese classes are usually too slow-paced and taught with different range of vocabulary, grammar and dialogues from that of college Chinese, which make these students be placed at a great disadvantage in the college placement tests of Chinese when they go to college. Sometimes, 4-6 years of learning Chinese at secondary school level only amounts to less than 1 year at college level. This course prevents such waste.
  • Because this course is exceedingly systematic, thorough and methodological in introducing Chinese sound system, writing system, character stroke orders, grammar and various performance of daily conversation, any learner of Mandarin Chinese, above the age of 10, would greatly benefit from learning this course. The use of hundreds of entertaining powerpoint images bring teaching, reviewing, testing and application into a quick circulation, similar to the immersion learning mode when students have to be highly alert to learn, remember, apply, and perform functionally in quick succession. it simulates classroom interaction between the students and the teacher through exercises (describing pictures, answer questions about texts or pictures, translating using learned vocabulary and grammar ) following introduction of language knowledge at every short turn.
  • For students or adults who are learning Chinese in the classroom, this course also provides additional reviewing materials and strengthens your language ability and performative level.
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Curriculum For This Course
197 Lectures
18:16:04
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Introduction of the Course
3 Lectures 10:08

The introduction of the course introduces the benefits of learning Chinese and the value of this course: learn one year's college curriculum in just two months and save 10 thousand dollars of college tuition, at the convenience of your time and home. It introduces the methodology, design and schedule of this course as well.



Preview 06:38

It's extremely important that you read very carefully the study guide and follow the instruction on how to study the vocabulary, grammar, text videos and character stroke order PDF to maximize your learning effect.

Preview 10 pages
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Introduction of Chinese sound (pinyin) and writing system
17 Lectures 01:43:24

This lecture introduces the simple finals (vowels) of Chinese pinyin sound system and the tones of Chinese pinyin.

Preview 07:23

This lecture introduces and practices the first part of pinyin initials (beginning consonant of a pinyin).

Pinyin initials part 1
06:22

This lecture introduces and practices the second part of the pinyin initials (consonants).

Pinyin initials part 2
08:05

This lecture uses a tongue twister to practice the four pinyin tones playfully.

Preview 02:47

Introduce and practice the first of the three sections of pinyin compound finals (vowels made of two simple vowels)

Pinyin compound finals 1
04:42

Second section of pinyin compound finals (compound vowels)

pinyin compound finals 2
02:37

Introduce and practice the third section of compound pinyin compound finals (compound vowels)

Pinyin compound final 3
02:28

Introduce some special spelling rules in pinyin system.

Special Spelling Rule
07:20

This lecture is a pinyin practice, at the same time provides a cultural taste of the homology of Chinese written characters, syntactic idiosyncrasy of classical Chinese poetry, the composition principle (blank space) of classical Chinese painting and calligraphy, as well as Taoist philosophy.

Preview 13:16

This lecture introduces Chinese written system: the six types of Chinese written characters and how they are formed.

Preview 09:34

This lecture introduces and practices the 16 basic strokes that construct Chinese written characters.

Basic Chinese Strokes
07:08

This lecture demonstrates how to write a Chinese character: the six guiding principles of Chinese character stroke order, in other words, the order by which each stroke is added to form a written character.during your writing.

Preview 06:21

This lecture introduces 20 most commonly-used radicals---the meaningful component of a Chinese character. Being able to recognize their meanings and to write them will allow you to recognize the categories of meaning of thousands of Chinese written characters and to write the half part of these characters.

Preview 13:41

This PDF version is provided to you for reviewing the basic Chinese radicals more conveniently. Being familiar with these radicals allow you to know the category of meaning thousands of Chinese characters fall into and to write half part of these characters.

PDF version of Basic Chinese Radicals for Your Reviewing
2 pages

This document teaches you how to write these radicals in the correct stroke order. Practice as much as possible. You need to remember their written form and their meanings. You need to be able to write them yourself. It will greatly convenience your future learning of writing thousands of characters.

Basic Chinese Radicals Part 1 stroke order
1 page

Radical is the meaningful part of a character. This is the second part of the 40 most commonly used radicals I introduced to you. Remember these 40 radicals will allow you to recognize the category of meaning of most Chinese characters. Being able to write these radicals allows you to write the half part of thousands of Chinese characters.

Basic Chinese Radicals Part 2
11:40

This PDF version of Basic Chinese Radicals part 2 teaches you how to write these radicals in the correct stroke order. Practice until you remember them.

Basic Chinese Radicals part 2 Stroke Order
1 page
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Lesson 1 and Lesson 2
25 Lectures 01:05:24

This lecture introduces and practices the vocabulary and grammar of lesson l dialogue 1. The design is such: as soon as you learned 5-7 vocabularies (or 1 grammar) on a single slide (you need to read after me and closely imitate my pronunciation and tones when you do it), you will pause the slide and flash memorize the pronunciation and meaning of these vocabularies, as well as their usage in sentence context (but you do not need to remember the written form of characters yet in this lecture, you will practice writing them later in this lesson), so you can do the oral exercise (describe pictures, answer questions with the hint of these pictures, translation, etc) in the very next slide (with pictures but no written Chinese). You need to do each of these exercise on your own, orally, drawing on your memory of your just learned vocabularies from last slide in the pause I give you after each of my questions, BEFORE I provide orally the correct answer for your to check and speak after. It is essential you practice BEFORE I provide answers, as the mental effort to do it on your own makes your practice more effective and memorable. Such format brings teaching, reviewing, testing and application of language into a quick circulation: you learn quickly and immediately apply language information you just learned.

Preview 10:00

This PDF version of vocabulary and grammar is added for your reviewing of the lecture I taught above.

PDF version of lesson 1 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar for your review
7 pages

You need to preview the PDF version of lesson 1 dialogue 1 text, make sure you comprehend the Chinese text, before you go to the next lecture practicing reading the text and answering questions about the text. This version is also convenient for you to review the text whenever you need to.

PDF version of Lesson 1 dialogue 1 text for your preview and comprehension
1 page

In this lecture you will read after me sentence by sentence to ensure the accuracy of your pronunciation and tones, and practice listening comprehension of the text and answering questions about the text. During the first time of my reading of the text, you can look at the pinyin text, I will give you a pause after I read each sentence, a pause for you to read after me, so to ensure the accuracy of your pronunciation and tones, before I read the next sentence. Make sure you know the meaning as you read along and memorize the text content as well as the sentence structure. In the second time, you can look at the Chinese character text when you read after me so you can learn to recognize Chinese character text. In the third time, you just listen to my reading, try not to look at the text, comprehend the text solely through listening, and then answer the questions (best without looking at the text) from your memory of the text, BEFORE I provide correct answers. Repeat after my correct answers to strengthen your practice of language.

Preview 05:21

Lesson 1 dialogue 1 acting video
00:19

This PDF document specify the stroke order of characters learned in lesson 1 dialogue 1, please practice them at least 5 times, remember the stroke order. In the first 3 times, you can copy the characters according to my specification of stroke order, in the last two times, write these characters in the correct stroke order out of your memory.

Preview 2 pages

The descriptions and guiding lines of this lecture and all the following lectures follow the same pattern as I specified in lesson 1 dialogue 1 that you studied before this, as the corresponding sections of each lesson and dialogue follows the same kind of design and practicing principles.

Preview 07:59

PDF version of lesson 1 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar for your review
6 pages

You need to preview the text, comprehend the Chinese text with the help of English translation, before you go to practicing the text in the next lecture.

PDF version of lesson 1 dialogue 2 text for preview and comprehension
1 page

Lesson 1 dialogue 2 text practice
05:15

This is a video of lesson 1 dialogue 1. You can use it to practice listening comprehension and speaking.

Preview 00:23

Lesson 1 dialogue 2 character stroke order
1 page

Lesson 2 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
12:38

PDF version of lesson 2 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practi
8 pages

PDF version of lesson 2 dialogue 1 text for preview and comprehension
1 page

Lesson 2 dialogue 1 text practice
04:03

lesson 2 dialogue 1 acting video
00:33

Lesson 2 dialogue 1 character stroke order
2 pages

lesson 2 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
12:36

PDF version of lesson 2 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar
7 pages

PDF version of lesson 2 dialogue 2 text for preview and comprehension
1 page

Lesson 2 dialogue 2 text practice
05:36

lesson 2 dialogue 2 acting video
00:41

lesson 2 dialogue 2 character stroke order
1 page

This is the unit test and answer sheet for lesson 1 and 2. Do the test yourself and then check my answer sheet placed immediately after the test on a new page.

Lesson 1 and 2 unit test and answer sheet
5 pages
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Lesson 3 and 4
26 Lectures 01:29:08
Lesson 3 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar part 1 instruction and practice
19:55

Lesson 3 vocabulary and grammar 1 part 2 instruction and practice
01:47

PDF version of lesson 3 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar
13 pages

PDF version of lesson 3 dialogue 1 text for preview and comprehension
2 pages

Lesson 3 dialogue 1 text practice
06:18

lesson 3 dialogue 1 acting video "dates"
00:59

lesson 3 dialogue 1 character stroke order
2 pages

Lesson 3 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
12:16

PDF version of lesson 3 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar for your review
6 pages

PDF version of lesson 3 dialogue 2 text for preview and comprehension
2 pages

lesson 3 dialogue 2 text practice
06:25

lesson 3 dialogue 2 acting video "dates"
00:53

lesson 3 dialogue 2 character stroke order
1 page

lesson 4 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
16:57

PDF version of lesson 4 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar for your review
7 pages

PDF of lesson 4 dialogue 1 text for preview and comprehension
2 pages

lesson 4 dialogue 1 text practice
05:37

lesson 4 dialogue 1 acting video "hobbies"
00:40

lesson 4 dialogue 1 stroke order
2 pages

lesson 4 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
11:54

PDF version of lesso 4 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar for your review
9 pages

PDF version of lesson 4 dialogue 2 text for preview and comprehension
2 pages

lesson 4 dialogue 2 text practice
04:42

lesson 4 dialogue 2 acting video "hobbies"
00:45

lesson 4 dialogue 2 character stroke order
1 page

lesson 3 and lesson 4 unit test and answer
4 pages
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Lesson 5, 6, 7
36 Lectures 02:19:12
lesson 5 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
16:14

PDF of lesson 5 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar for your review
12 pages

PDF lesson 5 dialogue 1 text for preview and comprehension
2 pages

Lesson 5 dialogue 1 text practice
07:42

lesson 5 dialogue 1 acting video "visiting friends"
01:01

lesson 5 dialogue 1 character stroke order
2 pages

Lesson 5 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
09:43

PDF of lesson 5 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar for your review
5 pages

PDF of lesson 5 dialogue 2 text for preview and comprehension
1 page

Lesson 5 dialogue 2 text practice
05:42

lesson 5 dialogue 2 acting video "visiting friends"
00:31

lesson 5 dialogue 2 character stroke order
1 page

lesson 6 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar
19:53


PDF of lesson 6 dialogue 1 text
2 pages



Lesson 6 dialogue 1 character stroke order
1 page

lesson 6 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar
13:32

lesson 6 dialogue 2 text practice
06:38

lesson 6 dialogue 2 acting video "make appointment"
00:36

lesson 7 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar
19:56

PDF of lesson 7 dialogue 1
10 pages

lesson 7 dialogue 1 text
2 pages

lesson 7 dialogue 1 text practice
07:43

lesson 7 dialogue 1 acting video "learn Chinese"
00:44

lesson 7 dialogue 1 character stroke order
1 page

lesson 7 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar
12:27

PDF of lesson 7 vocabulary and grammar
6 pages

lesson 7 dialogue 2 text
2 pages

lesson 7 dialogue 2 text practice
06:49

lesson 7 dialogue 2 acting video "learn Chinese"
00:37

lesson 7 dialogue 2 character stroke order
1 page

lesson 5,6,7 unit test and answer sheet
4 pages

Lesson 1-7 key sentences review before final exam
4 pages

Final Exam lesson 1-7 and answer sheet
13 pages
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Lesson 8 and Lesson 9
26 Lectures 01:40:42
lesson 8 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar part 1
20:10

lesson 8 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar part 2
06:46

PDF of lesson 8 dialogue1 vocabulary and grammar for your reviewing
11 pages

lesson 8 dialogue 1 text
2 pages

lesson 8 dialogue 1 text practice
12:13

lesson 8 dialogue 1 acting video "school life"
01:04

lesson 8 dialogue 1 character stroke order
1 page

lesson 8 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar
13:22

PDF of lesson 8 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar for your reviewing
8 pages

lesson 8 dialogue 2 text
1 page

lesson 8 dialogue 2 text practice
06:41

lesson 8 dialogue 2 acting video "school life"
00:37

lesson 8 dialogue 2 character stroke order
2 pages

lesson 9 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar
18:01

PDF of lesson 9 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar for your reviewing
12 pages

PDF of lesson 9 dialogue 1 text
2 pages

lesson 9 dialogue 1 text practice
08:05

lesson 9 dialogue 1 acting video "go shopping"
01:09

lesson 9 dialogue 1 character stroke order
2 pages

lesson 9 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar
06:40

PDF of lesson 9 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar for your reviewing
6 pages

PDF of lesson 9 dialogue 2 text
1 page

lesson 9 dialogue 2 text practice
05:10

lesson 9 dialogue 2 acting video "go shopping"
00:44

lesson 9 dialogue 2 character stroke order
1 page

Lesson 8 and lesson 9 unit test and answer
4 pages
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Lesson 10, 11
25 Lectures 01:15:19
lesson 10 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
13:39

PDF of lesson 10 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar for your review
9 pages

PDF of lesson 10 dialogue 1 text for your preview and comprehension
2 pages

Lesson 10 dialogue 1 text practice
07:11

lesson 10 dialogue 1 acting video "transportation"
00:57

lesson10 dialogue 1 character stroke order
2 pages

lesson 10 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
11:12

PDF of lesson 10 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar for your review
6 pages

PDF of lesson 10 dialogue 2 text for preview and comprehension
1 page

lesson 10 dialogue 2 text practice
06:30

lesson 10 dialogue 2 acting video "transportation"
00:40

lesson 10 dialogue 2 character stroke order
2 pages

lesson 11 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
11:29

PDF of lesson 11 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar for your review
7 pages

PDF of lesson 11 dialogue 1 text for preview and comprehension
1 page

lesson 11 dialogue 1 text practice
04:53

lesson 11 dialogue 1 acting video "weather"
00:35

lesson 11 dialogue 1 character stroke order
2 pages

lesson 11 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
09:33

PDF of lesson 11 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar
6 pages

PDF of lesson 11 dialogue 2 text for preview and comprehension
2 pages

lesson 11 dialogue 2 text practice
07:35

lesson 11 dialogue 2 acting video "weather"
01:05

lesson 11 dialogue 2 character stroke order
2 pages

Lesson 10 and 11 unit test and answer sheet
3 pages
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lesson 12, 13, 14
39 Lectures 02:16:03
lesson 12 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
15:48

PDF of lesson 12 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar for your review
10 pages

PDF of lesson 12 dialogue 1 text for preview and comprehension
2 pages

Lesson 12 dialogue 1 text practice
06:17

lesson 12 dialogue 1 acting video "Dining"
00:54

lesson 12 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
07:47

lesson 12 dialogue 1 character stroke order
2 pages

PDF of lesson 12 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar for your review
6 pages

lesson 12 dialogue 2 acting video "dining"
01:09

lesson 12 dialogue 2 text practice
09:08

lesson 12 dialogue 2 character stroke order
1 page

lesson 13 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
13:52

PDF of lesson 13 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar for your review
9 pages

PDF of lesson 13 dialogue 1 text for preview and comprehension
1 page

lesson 13 dialogue 1 text practice
05:37

lesson 13 dialogue 1 acting video "ask direction"
00:35

lesson 13 dialogue 1 character stroke order
2 pages

Lesson 13 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
12:38

PDF of lesson 13 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar for your review
10 pages

PDF of lesson 13 dialogue 2 text for preview and comprehension
1 page

lesson 13 dialogue 2 text practice
07:02

lesson 13 dialogue 2 acting video "ask direction"
00:41

lesson 13 dialogue 2 character stroke order
1 page

lesson 14 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
13:32

PDF of lesson 14 dialogue 1 vocabulary and grammar for your review
8 pages

PDF of lesson 14 dialogue 1 text for preview and comprehension
1 page

lesson 14 dialogue 1 text practice
06:56

lesson 14 dialogue 1 acting video "birthday party"
00:49

lesson 14 dialogue 1 character stroke order
2 pages

lesson 14 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar instruction and practice
15:08

PDF of lesson 14 dialogue 2 vocabulary and grammar for your review
10 pages

PDF of lesson 14 dialogue 2 text for preview and comprehension
2 pages

lesson 14 dialogue 2 text practice
09:18

lesson 14 dialogue 2 acting video "birthday party"
01:02

lesson14 dialogue 2 character stroke order
2 pages

lesson 12, 13, 14 unit test
5 pages

lesson 8-14 key sentences and grammar patterns review before final exam
9 pages

Final Exam Lesson 8-14 and answer sheet
07:46

Bonus Lecture My website of Chinese language/culture of free contents and others
00:04
About the Instructor
Hong Zeng
4.6 Average rating
146 Reviews
4,948 Students
21 Courses
Professor of Chinese language and literature; comparative literature; film study

I am an award-winning professor of Chinese, director of "Hong Zeng's Chinese Language and Culture". I have taught Mandarin Chinese at all levels in prestigious American colleges altogether for 16 years. I have taught nine years as a tenure-track professor of Chinese at Carleton College, ranked No. 1 in undergraduate teaching in all liberal arts colleges in America, and have directed the Chinese program for two years at Hamline University (the first university in Minnesota). In both my second year coming to Carleton and Hamline, I more than doubled their Beginning Chinese Class enrollment. I have also taught at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. I have two PhDs, one in Chinese and comparative literature from UNC, Chapel Hill, the other in second language education, literary translation and English literature from Beijing Foreign Studies University. I have published five books in America (including two from Macmillan) on Chinese and comparative literature, film study, language study and language philosophy that are well-endorsed by world-renowned experts and book review journals in my field. I have earned 30000 dollars large grant from Asian Network in Chinese study.