Chinese Fridge

Free Learning Games for Kids Online

We recently discovered a useful website that features more than 272 educational games that are available online called Spree Games. The games we tested out were all free to play online, and can be browsed by subject covering everything from Foreign Language (although nothing for learning Chinese as far as we can tell) to English,

Chinese Immersion School Expansion Backed by Education Commissioner in Massachusetts

Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School in Hadley, Massachusetts, has gained the recommendation of the state education commissioner to be allowed to open a full high school. Elementary and secondary education commissioner Mitchell Chester recommended the school to expand its curriculum to include grades all the way up to the 12th grade, according to The Daily Hampshire Gazette. The

Chinese Phrases for Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day 2013! Valentine’s Day is a popular holiday in Chinese speaking countries and regions like China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and many more. Who wouldn’t like celebrating love with chocolate, roses and other gifts and treats? To get you started off right, here are some Chinese phrases that might be useful to you this

Find Chinese Fridge on Pinterest!

You can now find Chinese Fridge on Pinterest! In addition to pinning updates and previews of our own Chinese game app, we’ll be pinning and repinning other useful Chinese learning resources on Pinterest. If you’re on Pinterest too, check us out and help us spread the word about Chinese Fridge by pinning our images! Give

Chinese Fridge App Update Coming Soon!

Another update is around the corner for our Chinese game, Chinese Fridge. This update will add two new exciting special blocks to the game: Sheep Stampede and Ice Cubes. Both Sheep Stampede and Ice Cubes special blocks have individual animation unique to each block. Be sure to update the iPad app if you have it

Chinese New Year 2013 Twitter Roundup

Chinese New Year 2013 is under way, starting earlier today in America. We took to Twitter to find the most interesting, funniest, coolest Tweets to share with our friends. Check them out along with our commentary below! Happy #ChineseNewYear! Best wishes to all for the #YearOfTheSnake. Let the #HK festivities begin! twitter.com/HongKongTouris… — Hong Kong

Chinese Fridge is now on Weibo!

Chinese Fridge now has an account on Weibo, so if you’re interested in catching all our updates there, head on over to our Weibo account and follow us. For those who don’t know, Weibo is like the Chinese equivalent of Twitter. It’s a microblogging platform and website that allow people to post short updates to their

Happy Chinese New Year 2013

It’s that wonderful time of year again — Chinese New Year 2013 is coming February 10! Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is the centuries-old tradition celebrating the new year in the Chinese lunar calendar. It begins with the first day of the first month in this calendar, and continues until the

New York High School to Offer Chinese Classes for the First Time Ever

A public high school in New York will offer Chinese classes for its students for the first time ever, starting this year. Kids at Fairport High School will be able to take beginning Chinese class in September, according to the Fairport-East Rochester Post. Students will learn grammar, pronunciation and writing for Mandarin Chinese in the