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Jul
5
comment Why Is The Color Red Considered Lucky In Chinese Language and Culture?
Why is 年 afraid of red?
Jul
5
accepted 犬子: who's the dog?
Jul
4
comment Why Is The Color Red Considered Lucky In Chinese Language and Culture?
This is not a Chinese language question. Shame we don't have a Chinese culture Q&A site :(
Jul
3
reviewed No Action Needed 犬子: who's the dog?
Jul
3
comment What is the difference between 狗 and 犬?
Thanks; I've asked this question here: chinese.stackexchange.com/questions/8561/… perhaps you can share your reasoning there?
Jul
3
asked 犬子: who's the dog?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
comment What is the difference between 狗 and 犬?
Slight nit-pick: 犬子 should mean "dog-like son", as it is used in the idiom 虎父无犬子 - "a tiger-like father does not have dog-like sons"
Jul
1
reviewed Reviewed Chinese equivalent of: 'ew'?
Jul
1
comment Dialects/Topolects: Tone Marks?
Do you strictly mean topolects (e.g. Cantonese, Wu), dialects (e.g. Shenyang dialect, Beijing dialect) or both?
Jun
30
reviewed Close A mobile verification call to china in chinese
Jun
20
accepted What are these “riddle jokes”?
Jun
19
asked What are these “riddle jokes”?
Jun
16
comment How offensive is 他妈的?
Do you mean SOB as in son-of-a-b?
Jun
16
comment Is this book in simplified or traditional Chinese?
Well if you look at the "basic info" section on that site, you'll find this text: 语种: 简体中文. No need to go into the preview.
Jun
12
comment Radicals: inescapable?
There's one concrete advantage to knowing radicals: you can easily look up characters you don't know in a dictionary by radical. You don't need to memorise all the radicals for that though, only to have an idea of what a radical is and how many strokes it has.
Jun
11
reviewed Close How to use 过 and 了?
Jun
11
reviewed Leave Open What does this mean: 操
Jun
5
answered How to wish people good health, etc during Chinese New Year 揮春 | 春貼 | 門聯、春仔
Jun
3
comment 奇 is a strange character
@TommieC. thanks, I misread that part. The text says that the "unusual" meaning came later.