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Native Chinese raised and lived near and in Beijing for nearly thirty years. Currently a PhD student studying in Tsinghua University. Not a linguist, but research interest in related to linguists, so have basic knowledge of linguist. Can speak English and Japanese.


Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Could you explain the structure of this sentence?
Feb
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on sandhi tag wiki excerpt
Feb
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on zhuyin-fuhao tag wiki excerpt
Feb
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on shanghainese tag wiki excerpt
Feb
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on yale-romanization tag wiki excerpt
Feb
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on phonology tag wiki excerpt
Feb
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on middle-chinese tag wiki excerpt
Feb
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on classical-chinese tag wiki excerpt
Feb
24
comment What's the difference between 蝦 and 鰕?
@MikeManilone You should use "虾"
Feb
21
reviewed Reject suggested edit on classical-chinese tag wiki excerpt
Feb
18
comment 央行行长会: Is the second 行 necessary?
Insterestingly, 国防部长 could be considered an accepted word. For协会长, the search includes a lot phrases like "律协/会长" where 律协 is an abbreviation and 会长 is a title. "协会长" itself is not a word here.
Feb
17
reviewed No Action Needed Advice on Mandarin Chinese passive learning
Feb
17
answered 央行行长会: Is the second 行 necessary?
Feb
17
comment Is 级 necessary in 优先级
@MikeManilone Well, I will get surprised if hear a native say so.
Feb
15
comment Is 级 necessary in 优先级
I rarely see or hear things as in your example #2.
Feb
12
comment What greetings or sayings are there that are used during the new year, specific to the Year of the Snake?
I much easier to understand now. Maybe the mix of Chinese and English made things hard to understand.
Feb
11
answered Who exactly is a 干妈
Feb
11
comment Who exactly is a 干妈
@StumpyJoePete It is a common word in China, but a little bit hard to explain ...
Feb
11
comment What greetings or sayings are there that are used during the new year, specific to the Year of the Snake?
Your title is a bit hard to understand.
Feb
9
comment Difference between 喜乐 and 快乐?
@trideceth12 The examples of 喜乐 are a little “Bible” style. I only see sentences like this in the Chinese version of the Bible. 喜乐 is seldom used now in the Beijing area of China.