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Press Releases from Capturing Chinese Publications LLC (4 total)

Introducing A New Chinese Reader to Enable Chinese Language Students to Master C …

Capturing Chinese presents a new advanced Chinese reader helping students master the literature of China's best authors. Allowing students to put down their dictionaries and instead curl up with a book of Chinese literature, Capturing Chinese is a must have for intermediate and advanced Chinese language students. The new book, titled Capturing Chinese Stories: Prose and Poems by Revolutionary Authors, features five of the most influential authors in recent Chinese history

Capturing Chinese Presents a New Advanced Chinese Reader -- Lu Xun’s The Real …

Capturing Chinese brings Chinese language learners another masterpiece of Lu Xun--The Real Story of Ah Q, a literary gem that captured the hearts of millions in the onset of 20th century and continues to influence present China. Like all books in the Capturing Chinese series, The Real Story of Ah Q is skillfully edited to help advanced and intermediate Chinese learners to break into one of the most complex language

Capturing Chinese Introduces New Chinese Textbook – Lu Xun’s ‘The New Year …

CHINA (April 2011) – To aid advanced and intermediate students who find difficulty in learning Chinese, Kevin Nadolny, founder of Capturing Chinese, has published another masterpiece of Lu Xun --- The New Year’s Sacrifice. This new book is part of the Capturing Chinese series written by the Father of Modern Chinese Literature,Lu Xun. Every book is set in an inventive format to ease the painstaking process of mastering the Chinese

Finally a book to help students read original Chinese literature

Author, Kevin Nadolny, has published "Capturing Chinese: Short Stories From Lu Xun’s Nahan", an original approach to help students break into reading Chinese literature without the usual frustration of looking up obscure characters, misunderstanding historical events, and not knowing the background of the story. Starting with no background in Chinese, Kevin Nadolny has spent the past eight years mastering Mandarin Chinese studying both at US schools and in Beijing. After

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