• Posts Tagged ‘China’

    Accounting is Boring: How One Woman Broke Away from Taiwanese Norms, Traveled the World, and Started Her Own Business

    by • May 15, 2013 • Interviews , The Many Faces of Success 0 Comments

    Heather Ma

    “We think of success as only measured by your money. / But, money never lasts. / In fact, it’s only last / on the list of impactful things you can ask for / …So, with that – we need us a plan…” – Wale, The Perfect Plan Welcome to The Many Faces of Success Interview Series:...

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    Getting Started in Mandarin: How I Learned Basic Chinese Script in Only 2 Hours

    by • April 25, 2013 • Languages , Learning New Skills , Methods and Madness 2 Comments

    Bopomofo, the full character set.

    In Japanese, Getting Started is Easy Or least knowing where to start is easy. When learning Japanese, you should start off learning hiragana and katakana – the Japanese phonetic scripts. They’ll get you started in the language and get you away from romanization quickly. I must say, I’m not a big fan of romanization...

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