3 edition of Twenty lectures on Chinese culture found in the catalog.
Twenty lectures on Chinese culture
Each lecture with vocabulary, romanized text, and Chinese character text.
|Statement||by Parker Po-fei Huang [and others]|
|Series||Yale linguistic series|
|Contributions||Huang, Parker Po-fei, 1914-|
|LC Classifications||PL1117 .T9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 225 p.|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||66021520|
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Written with the two-fold purpose of increasing proficiency in the language and affording an insight into Chinese civilization, this unusual book has lectures on such varied subjects as the people and culture of China, the geographical environment, the history, traditional and present government, the traditional agricultural economy, contemporary agriculture and industry, and Chinese.
Written with the two-fold purpose of increasing proficiency in the language and affording an insight into Chinese civilization, this unusual book has lectures on such varied subjects as the people and culture of China, the geographical environment, the history, traditional and present government, the traditional agricultural economy, contemporary agriculture and industry, and Chinese /5(4).
Twenty Lectures on Chinese Culture. Exercise Book. Richard Chang, Howard H. Chao, Parker Po-Fei Huang, and Linda Hsia. Read Chinese, Book Two. A Beginning Text in the Chinese Character, Expanded Edition. Richard Chang. View details.
This is still a worthwhile book for someone at the mid- to upper intermediate level in their study of Mandarin. It is true that the lectures are somewhat flavored by the political affiliations of the authors (at the time of publication the Nationalist side of things pretty much dominated Chinese language education in this country) but the lectures are interesting and cover a wide variety of /5.
Description of the book "Twenty Lectures on Chinese Culture: v. 1: An Intermediary Chinese Textbook": Written with the two-fold purpose of increasing proficiency in the language and affording an insight into Chinese civilization, this unusual book has lectures on such varied subjects as the Twenty lectures on Chinese culture book and culture of China, the geographical environment, the history, traditional and present.
Twenty lectures on Chinese culture: an intermediary Chinese textbook. Exercise book. Responsibility Chinese language > Textbooks for foreign speakers > English. Bibliographic information. Publication date Related Work 20 lectures on Chinese culture.
Browse related items. Start at call number: PLT9 EB ZCS CHI TEXT WKBK. twenty lectures on chinese culture, an intermediary chinese textbook. exercise book. yale linguistic series.
huang, parker p.; and others. this "exercise book" contains vocabulary drills and questions based on the twenty lectures of the reader volume. for each lecture unit there are two vocabulary drills and a list of 20 questions to be : Parker P.
Huang. Twenty Lectures on Chinese Culture 作者: Richard Chang / Howard H. Chao / Parker Po-Fei Huang / Linda Hsia 出版社: Yale University Press 副标题: An Intermediary Chinese Textbook 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: Twenty lectures on Chinese culture: an intermediary Chinese textbook / by Parker Po-fei Huang [et al.] Also Titled.
20 lectures on Chinese culture. Author. Huang, Parker Po-fei. Other Authors. Huang, Parker Po-fei, Published. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, Content Types. text Carrier Types. volume Physical Description. this chinese language text was written for the student who has completed tewksbury's "speak chinese" () and f.
wang's "chinese dialogues" () or has an equivalent grasp of chinese vocabulary and sentence structure. there are twenty units in this text, each organized around a short lecture on china and the culture of the chinese : Parker P.
Huang. Twenty Lectures on Chinese Culture For use with intermediate-advanced students; a series of lectures each focusing on one aspect of Chinese culture; designed to increase proficiency in Chinese and to introduce the student to certain cultural insights; text includes vocabulary, romanized text, and character text for each lecture.
Linda Hsia is the author of Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio ( avg rating, ratings, reviews, published ), Twenty Lectures on Chinese /5. One of the other reviewers called this book "propaganda", and I can see what led to that opinion.
It certainly has the air of an old-fashioned Social Studies text, whose theme might be "The Happy Immigrant Jade Snow Discovers the Wonders of the American Way", combined with "Everything You Need to Know About Chinese Culture in Four Easy Lessons"; Jade Snow Wong puts some lectures in /5.
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