Chinese Cabbage Recipe

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Food.

Chinese cabbage Chinese cabbage called Napa Cabbage can refer to two distinct varieties of Chinese leaf vegetables used often in Chinese cuisine. These vegetables are both related to the Western cabbage, and are of the same species as the common turnip. Both have many variations in name, spelling and scientific classification, especially the “bok choy”… Read more »

Chinese Chicken Stir Fry With Celery

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Food.

Stir Fried Chinese Chicken with Celery is a great recipe for you to eat healthier, it has high protein, high fiber and low carb. Chicken is an excellent source of nutrition. In general, it’s relatively low-calorie, has a lot of protein, and isn’t the “red meat” variety. It also tastes great! Vegetable, celery is one… Read more »

Easy Chinese Chicken Salad

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Food.

Chicken breast is low-fat and protein-rich healthy meat. Vegetables offer various vitamins and fiber.This easy Chinese chicken salad recipe is tasty, healthy, and easy to cook. Ingredients 1 pound skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, sliced 4 cups romaine lettuce, torn, washed and dried 2 cups shredded carrots 1 bunch green onions, chopped 1/4 cup sliced… Read more »

Chow Mein Noodles

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Food.

Noodles are an essential ingredient and staple in Chinese food. There is a great variety of Chinese noodles, which vary according to their region of production, ingredients, shape and/or width, and way of preparation. Noodles are an important part of most regional cuisines within China, as well as in Taiwan, Singapore, and other Asian nations… Read more »

Sweet and Sour Pork

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Food.

Sweet and Sour Pork is one of the most well-known Chinese recipes in the world. If you like Chinese food, you may know the dish. Sweet and sour pork is very pleasing to the palate because of the flavorsome sweet and sour sauce. The sweetness is from sugar; the tangy ketchup and sharp rice vinegar… Read more »

Fried Rice

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Food.

Fried rice is a very popular Chinese food, especially for Happy Family Chinese Food. It is made from steamed rice stir-fried in a wok with other ingredients such as eggs, vegetables and some kinds of meat and/or seafood. There are many popular varieties of fried rice, each with its own specific list of ingredients. In… Read more »

Kung Pao Chicken

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Food.

Kung Pao Chicken is one of the most popular Chinese recipes around the world. It is well-loved by many people all over the world including here in the U.S. Kung Pao is a cooking technique originated from the Sichuan province of China; the authentic Sichuan Kung Pao Chicken or called Gong Bao Ji Ding uses… Read more »

Ma Po Tofu Recipe

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Food.

Ma Po Tofu (stir-fried tofu in hot sauce) is the most well-known dish among the spicy and hot dishes of Sichuan Cuisine. It looks a dish mixed with yellowish-white tofu and reddish brown chili sauce. Ma Po Tofu is made of soft tofu, ground pork, chopped chili, prickly ash powder and broad bean paste. It… Read more »

Chinese Food Symbolism

by & filed under Chinese Culture.

Food plays a very important role in Chinese culture, so it is not surprising that many Chinese foods have symbolic meaning. The Chinese Food Symbolism may be based on its appearance or on how the Chinese word for it sounds. Most of the dishes served during Chinese New Year also called Lunar New Year or… Read more »

Spring in Chinese

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Language, Newsletter.

Kids Chinese Podcast: Newsletter No.17 Dear subscribers, Welcome to Chinese Lessons at KidsChinesePodcast.com! Thank you very much for your continue support! Spring is here. In the air, you can smell it coming. On the trees, leaves are green. Like many people around the world, Chinese people like spring because the spring season in Chinese calendar starts…. Read more »

Chinese New Year

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Language, Newsletter.

Kids Chinese Podcast: Newsletter No.15 Dear subscribers, Welcome to Chinese Lessons at KidsChinesePodcast.com! Thank you very much for your continue support! Overview of Chinese New Year The Chinese New Year is called Spring Festival or Lunar New Year. It is the most important and the longest holiday in China. Because the Chinese calendar is lunisolar, the… Read more »

Learn Chinese by a Funny Story

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Language.

Let’s learn Chinese together by the following funny story on a 2-year-old girl. 一个两岁的小女孩和二十五美元 两岁的小女孩,艾米利和妈妈在商店里买东西。 艾米利发现一个粉红色的裙子,用手指指向那个裙子。 艾米利:“妈妈,真可爱,粉红色的,买吗?“ 妈妈低头看了看标签上的价格。 妈妈:“二十五美元。“ 艾米利走到另一边,拿起一双袜子,用手指着上面的标签。 艾米利:“二十五美元。“ 和妈妈回到家后。 艾米利从自己的衣橱里翻出一件仍带着价格标签的新衣服,指着那个标签。 艾米利:“妈妈,二十五美元。“ 然后又翻出一个带有价格标签的毛巾,指着那个标签。 艾米利:“妈妈,二十五美元。“ 从那以后,每当艾米利发现一个价格标签,她都会指着它说二十五美元。 A 2-year-old Girl and 25 Dollars A 2-year-old girl, Emily, was shopping with her mommy. Emily found a pink skirt, and pointed to it. Emily: “Mommy, it is… Read more »

“Happy New Year” in Chinese!

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Language, Newsletter.

Kids Chinese Podcast: Newsletter No.14 Dear subscribers, Wish you all the best for the new year! Welcome to Chinese Lessons at KidsChinesePodcast.com! Thank you very much for your continue support!   How to say “Happy New Year” in Chinese? 新年(xīnnián):n. New Year 快乐 (kuàilè):adj. happy Happy New Year! 新年快乐!(xīnnián kuàilè ) Origin of “New Year’s Day” in China The first… Read more »

Learn Mandarin Chinese

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Language.

Mandarin Chinese is the most spoken language is the world. Mandarin Chinese language is the official language of China and Taiwan, as well as one of four official languages of Singapore, and one of six official languages of the United Nations. People’s Republic of China, mainland China uses Simplified Chinese. Mainland China has the most… Read more »

How to Learn Chinese?

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Language.

If you are interested in learning Chinese, you may have the question, how to learn Chinese? How to learn Chinese effectively? Traditionally, the only way people could take live Chinese lessons is by meeting Chinese teachers face to face, either in schools, language learning centers or at a physical location. It usually takes a lot… Read more »

Why Learn Chinese?

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Language.

Why learn a new language? A language is a communication tool to get to know the culture and communicate with the people who speak the language. If you learn a new language, you are easy to learn and understand the culture, and then you can communicate with more people and understand them well, which open… Read more »

Kids Chinese

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Chinese Language.

Why Do Parents Want Their Kids To Learn More Than One Language? We live in a global society now. More and more people are bilingual and multilingual because their daily life and work needs. It is the reality and it is a trend with the globalization. In California, the United States, one immigrants’ area where… Read more »

Happy Holidays

by & filed under Chinese Culture, Newsletter.

Dear subscriber, Wish you and your family all the joys of Christmas and happiness throughout the New Year! ========================== Healthy, Happy, Successful www.parents-and-kids.com *************************** KidsChinesePodcast.com ==========================