Case Study: Learn to Read Chinese … with Ease!

Commemorative Wall at Buddhist Monastery

Many of my American friends and family members often wonder how I can take on such a seemingly overwhelming language as Japanese.  Well the answer to that, as well as an excellent example of audience involvement, can be found in today’s case study.

Although the following video will teach you to read at least eight Chinese characters, these (and a couple thousand more) are also used in Japanese and hold the same or similar meanings (pronunciation, however, is a different story).

So, check out the video below and be happy knowing that you’ve picked up some Chinese, Japanese, and a good case study as well.  Enjoy!

 

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