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Hello, everyone! I am a native Chinese speaker. I love Chinese language and StackExchange website, that's why I came here. Hope I am able to help.

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Dec
26
answered Difference between 许多 and 很多
Dec
25
comment Poetic two-character words of the form: Verb + Natural Noun?
the "verb+noun" pattern is common to see in Chinese words, but what do you mean by "poetic" in the title of the question? to be "poetic" would be subjective in my opinion.
Dec
16
comment What written language is more commonly used for video games in China?
It depends on where the video games are sold. Even if the titles in games are in English, the publisher would use British English in the UK and American English in the USA.
Dec
14
awarded  Yearling
Dec
12
comment 一、 marker meaning? Ordinal number?
just a supplement, “顿” means “停顿” (pause,stop) here. You don't read it in a sentence in most cases, instead, you have a short stop in speaking because of it.
Dec
9
revised How can we translate 不是……胜似 into English?
Corrected wrong excerpt of the poem
Dec
9
answered How can we translate 不是……胜似 into English?
Nov
28
answered Difference between 生前 and 死前
Oct
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
3
answered Is this sentence ambiguous out of context?
Sep
1
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
30
comment How useful are the kanji in reading Chinese?
It's hard to say. I don't have a statistic data on how many characters overlap in the two languages. In my opinion, two many characters are used in both languages, however, some characters have different shapes or meanings. Japanese mantains more classic meanings for characteters. You could look at my previous post chinese.stackexchange.com/questions/167/…
Jul
30
revised Determine radicals for simplifed characters that lost their traditional form completely
Although "相亲" could mean to date a girl/man with the help of a matchmaker, here I believe it means "to be close to the other"
Jul
29
comment Does 给你 mean “Here you go?”
and you could even simply say "给" in this situation, which is casual or could be not impolite.
Jul
23
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
23
revised Different names for each of the fingers
added 21 characters in body
Jul
23
comment Different names for each of the fingers
@mayueyang Yes, you can call it 小拇指. I personally don't like to use that word. Thanks, and I will edit my answer.