我也找到了别网站叫 《The Chairman‘s Bao》为都中文学生和中国人。你可以订购博客读中国新闻或者看视频。文章和视频都是中文的。在网页的底部，你可以看到中文词汇和语法。最后你可以挑到难度的中文，有HSK 1到6 水平。此外美国人可以读关于中国文化。比如：中国黄道十二宫，成语，和龙舟。
Hello everyone! Today I found a good website called “a moment.” This is a Chinese blog with articles, there are three to seven minutes long fictional blog. Every blog has full Chinese text. I really like this site because I love learning new stories. I think this helps my Chinese classmates. So they can improve Chinese hearing and reading.
I also found a website called “The Chairman’s Bao” for all Chinese students and Chinese. You can order blogs to read Chinese news or watch videos. Articles and videos are Chinese. At the bottom of the page, you can see Chinese vocabulary and grammar. Finally you can pick the difficulty of Chinese, HSK 1 to 6 levels. In addition, Americans can read about Chinese culture. For example: Chinese zodiac signs, idioms, and dragon boat.
Well, that’s it. Thank you for my video!
The Chairman’s Bao
This video, as presented to the class, shows a traditional presentation of cross talk (相声) performed by Mark Roswell, a Canadian performer and goodwill ambassador to China. Cross talk is a folk art form that provides humor in the form of cultural perspective and linguistics.
Cross talk as performed demonstrates near-perfect pronunciation and uses a slow enough pace to allow language learners to understand the jokes and experience Chinese culture and humor.
New York Times是一个著名的美国报纸，但是他们的网站也有中文版。这个网站最好的特征是他们的新闻可以只用英文，只用中文，或两个并排看。
Source: 纽约时报中文网 国际纵览
这个网页是从”Learn Chinese Online”，一个免费的线上资源来学习中文。这个网页有网站管理员写和编辑的短篇小说来帮学生练习他们的阅读和理解。这些小说被分為成3级: 初级，中级，高级。这些短篇故事很简短和很有趣来读。
This is page is from “Learn Chinese Online”, a free online source to learn Chinese. This specific page contains short stories written and edited by the website administrator to help learners of Chinese practice their reading and comprehension. The stories are categorized into beginner, elementary, and intermediate. Since the stories are short, they are fun to read.
These videos should have information that is simply on point. The embedded links demonstrate Chinese transcription in the form of Zhuyin notation (Also known in Chinese as ‘Phonetic Script’ or ‘BoPoMoFo’). My thoughts are that those watching may find this information to their liking.
The first video link , which provides an interesting educational cartoon that explains this system well alongside adding some play on words.
Yet do please see these other very interesting video links (hyperlinks above).
Qu Yuan:天生 339 BCE 死亡: 278 BCE
The story is of a man by the name of Qu Yuan who was a great patriot of China. He traveled around the Country creating poetry expressing his love and admiration of his country. When he learned of his kingdoms take over by a rival one in 277 B.C, Qu Yuan threw himself into the Mei Lo River. Fishers and people alike loved him, and then try to save him by racing their fishing boats to the middle of the river. They played their drums, and splashed the water to keep the fish away from his body and to keep away the evil spirits. To honor his soul, and to keep it fed, they scattered rice into the water. Every year, they hold the, Dragon Boat Festival. The boat races are primarily used for fun. While teaching and highlighting the history and culture of this historic event. I chose this because I love Chinese tradition, and the way it is celebrated today.