Some of you have asked for some pictures of Christmas 圣诞节 in China 中国 and have been waiting patiently for the 1st 一号 of December 十二月 to lai dao来到 arrive. As tomorrow is the First of December here are some photos of signs of Christmas in China. I hope that you like them! Have a read of the new web page link “Better Chinese, How people celebrate Christmas in China” for more information about Christmas in China. While you are there, have a 看一看( kan yi kan- look) at the Christmas Eve 平安 pingguo-apple too! Zaijian！Mrs Jerram 🙂
Sheng dan kuaile!
Chinese phrase sheng dan jie qian xi, in Chinese characters 圣诞节前夕, means Christmas Eve
P.S Look at the new ‘Celebration Songs” Category Link for a Christmas surprise!
你们好！ Nimen hao!
I’ve added two new categories to our blog everyone. They are Web page links and Positive Thinking.
The Web page Links Category will have url links to pages that tell us about Chinese words, phrases and Chinese culture.
The Positive Thinking Category will have links to videos and other media that help us to be fun loving and positive thinking learners.
Positive memes and pictures I have started to paste into a Positive Thinking Pics Wiki, that you can find under the Positive Thinking Category link.
Do you already know of some web page links and positive sayings and videos that we could have on our blog? Let me know if you do!
Enjoy! Jerram 老师 Jerram laoshi
P.S- Do you think this photo of my Xiao bai gou 小白狗 (AKA Pixie Jerram) should be put in the Positive Thinking Wiki？
In China this year it is Year of the Horse. Amber and I have decided that because it is马 年, the first student and teacher, co-created blog should include horse images.
There are two pages of images. The last image is the one I used to help me paint a Year of the Horse canvas for the Arts Extravaganza.
Just click this link to see them!
Year of the horse