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China Expats and Culture Blog

Frank Liu

Frank Liu is a contributing writer at TutorMing. Born in Guangxi, China, he is fluent in both Mandarin and Cantonese. He spent 13 years of his life in China, before moving to Singapore with his family. He is well-versed in Chinese culture and history. In his free time, he likes to jog, read, and travel.

Recent Posts

Why There Is No Chinese Alphabet

Frank Liu | October 14, 2015

To many Chinese learners, learning how to "draw" those bewilderingly complex Chinese characters proves to be a major headache. But have you ever wondered why Chinese remains the only ideographic language still in use today and has not been alphabetized like many other languages?

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