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Counting in Chinese for Kids Made Easy

We’ve noticed a lot of parents looking for ways to teach counting in Chinese for kids. Luckily, there are a lot of great resources to explain counting in Chinese for kids, which includes a wide range of free videos. Check these out:

This video not only teaches how to count from 1 to 10 in Chinese, it also includes a common Childrens’ song that helps practice the numbers 1 through 7, as well as a few other words. Includes Chinese characters, pinyin, and English translation.

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Find Chinese Fridge on Pinterest!

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 us a follow and we’ll follow you back.

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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!

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Chinese Fridge is now on Weibo!

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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 followers.

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Chinese School for Kids: Twitter’s Take

For a lot of overseas Chinese kids, Chinese school can be a real source of complaints. So many kids don’t want to spend their precious weekend hours learning Chinese. At the same time, however, many kids come to realize how grateful they are for these classes — especially as they grow older. It becomes almost a bonding experience for kids who went and experienced it.

We were curious to see what students were saying about Chinese School and Chinese Classes on Twitter, so we took to the Twitterverse to find out. We hope that our Chinese game app can help these kids alleviate some of their reluctance to study Chinese, but until then, here are some of the highlights we found on Twitter (with a little commentary of our own):

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Find Chinese Fridge on Twitter

Chinese Fridge TwitterChinese Fridge is now on Twitter! Stop by our Twitter page and leave us a Tweet whenever you have time.

We hope to make the most of Twitter by using it to engage our followers and users about all issues regarding our app, and also education technology and education as a broad topic.

You’ll find that in addition to updates about our app, we like to Tweet a number of articles about education to help keep our followers better informed about the subject.

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