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Exploring in Chinese (review)

Exploring in Chinese (review) Reviews 143 China and the United States. They also explore the similarities and differences between the two nations. The result is a concise, well-written, and nontechnical book that will not only inform concerned national and local decision makers, but will also appeal to anyone interested in the subject. One hopes that the U.S. and Chinese National Academies will continue to collaborate in other areas of mutual interest. Herman F. Huang Herman F. Huang is with the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Huang holds degrees in environmental science and urban planning. A community planner, he specializes in the impact of transportation projects on the human environment. Cynthia Ning. Exploring in Chinese. 2 volumes. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2008. Volume 1: 322 pp. Paperback (with DVD) $40.00, isbn 0-300-11569-7. Volume 2: 283 pp. Paperback (with DVD) $40.00, isbn 0300-11583-3. The two-volumes of Exploring in Chinese are DVD-based textbooks for intermediate students. The series has seven units covering daily topics such as friends, meetings, food, shopping, daily activities, people, and places. With each unit consisting of three to six lessons, the two volumes have a total of thirty-seven lessons: volume one contains twenty lessons; and volume two, seventeen. Each http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Exploring in Chinese (review)

China Review International , Volume 16 (1) – Sep 15, 2009

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Reviews 143 China and the United States. They also explore the similarities and differences between the two nations. The result is a concise, well-written, and nontechnical book that will not only inform concerned national and local decision makers, but will also appeal to anyone interested in the subject. One hopes that the U.S. and Chinese National Academies will continue to collaborate in other areas of mutual interest. Herman F. Huang Herman F. Huang is with the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Huang holds degrees in environmental science and urban planning. A community planner, he specializes in the impact of transportation projects on the human environment. Cynthia Ning. Exploring in Chinese. 2 volumes. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2008. Volume 1: 322 pp. Paperback (with DVD) $40.00, isbn 0-300-11569-7. Volume 2: 283 pp. Paperback (with DVD) $40.00, isbn 0300-11583-3. The two-volumes of Exploring in Chinese are DVD-based textbooks for intermediate students. The series has seven units covering daily topics such as friends, meetings, food, shopping, daily activities, people, and places. With each unit consisting of three to six lessons, the two volumes have a total of thirty-seven lessons: volume one contains twenty lessons; and volume two, seventeen. Each

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China Review InternationalUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Sep 15, 2009

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