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Bonjour la Chine est un projet culturel multimédia. Il s’agit d’une sélecton de 100 termes chinois qui représentent le mieux l’essence de la culture traditionnelle chinoise, reflètent sa nature profonde et globale sous différents angles, et aident les étrangers à mieux comprendre la Chine et la culture chinoise.
 
1871 Los Angeles was a dangerous place, especially for the refugees, migrants and troublemakers who lived on Calle De Los Negros, at the heart of Chinatown. Yut Ho, a beautiful young refugee, came to LA and fell in love, only to be drawn into a showdown between two of Chinatown's most notorious gangsters. Before long, the entire city was caught up in a life or death struggle where old-world values of kinship, honor and loyalty clashed with new-world issues of race, sex, and identity. The ens ...
 
El Podcast Chineadísimo es el fuente ideal para aprender el idioma mientras que se diviertan en la riqueza de su cultura. La idea de este podcast es ofrecer un método simple e innovador para todos los hispanohablantes del mundo que tienen ganas de aprender más de esa lengua.
 
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By some lights, this episode is what Blood on Gold Mountain is all about. The Massacre. This episode has been very difficult in every way. How do you make something good or beautiful out of a mass murder? How do you take the experience of being a perpetual foreigner, persecuted and exploited, mocked and belittled, and turn it into something redempt…
 
In this episode, we are introduced to Christianity through the eyes of Yut-Ho’s Gwailo marriage to Lee Yong in a Christian church. Can you imagine being married in the holy place of a foreign religion without having any context for the iconography all around you? Understandably, Yut Ho is horrified by the sight of Jesus nailed to the cross, “his he…
 
If there’s one person who could be said to truly be at the center of the 1871 LA Chinatown drama, it might be Yo Hing. While Yut Ho’s love intrigue was nominally the reason for the conflagration of Chinatown’s ongoing gang conflict, it would never have happened if it hadn’t aligned with Yo Hing’s plans. Yo Hing represents a side of Chinese America …
 
Sam Yuen Sam Yuen is one of the larger-than-life characters that drive the historical narrative of the LA Chinatown massacre. Historical sources paint a picture of a laconic, stoic-minded business leader whose traditional methods and lack of adaptability made him and his company vulnerable to disruption. Sam Yuen was the leader of a conservative fa…
 
No one knows just how the historical Yut Ho and Lee Yong met. Perhaps, as in our story, it was in the course of their daily routines. Yut Ho would almost certainly have lived a secluded life with her new husband. In Chinese immigrant society, most women worked alongside their menfolk. As a wealthy married woman Yut Ho had the uncommon luxury of sta…
 
Life in California’s early Chinese communities was challenging and dangerous, particularly for women. Discriminatory laws made it harder for women to emigrate, leading to a severe gender imbalance in California’s Chinatowns. Eve of Exclusion Initially, the gender gap was a result of American employers’ perception that men were a more desirable form…
 
This episode addresses one of the most important and neglected aspects of early Chinese immigrants’ experience in California. Relations between Chinese immigrants and their Anglo counterparts were not always hostile. Despite the fact that there were few women in California when Chinese men started arriving, sometimes relationships would form. The o…
 
In some ways, one might think of this episode as containing our version of a land acknowledgement. Immigrants are always trying to listen to natives and learn from them, and I thought Yut Ho and Ah Choy deserved a chance to do so. Indian Camp is a fictional waypost in the foothills of the coastal range near Big Sur. The Elder who dwells there is ca…
 
This episode introduces some key players in the story of the Chinatown Massacre, and gives some background about the social and political conditions for Chinese Immigrants in Wild-West California. Yut Ho and Ah Choy are based on historical figures. For more information about them, a great resource to check out is “The Chinatown War,” by Scott Zesch…
 
Los Angeles, 1871, was the murder capital of the Wild West, and nowhere was wilder or more dangerous than Chinatown. Blood on Gold Mountain is an original storytelling podcast, which follows the journey of Yut-Ho, a young woman who arrives in LA as a refugee, only to become embroiled in a love intrigue, a gang war, and one of the deadliest race rio…
 
Lacan dice que sin duda él es lacaniano porque estudió un poco el chino (El Seminario, libro XVIII. De un discurso que no fuera del semblante). Éric Laurent comenta en esta conferencia del 14 de octubre de 2015 en el local de la ECF, algunas interpretaciones de esta declaración de Lacan y da la suya, apoyándose en la lectura de los capítulos IV y V…
 
Lacan dice que sin duda él es lacaniano porque estudió un poco el chino (El Seminario, libro XVIII. De un discurso que no fuera del semblante). Éric Laurent comenta en esta conferencia del 14 de octubre de 2015 en el local de la ECF, algunas interpretaciones de esta declaración de Lacan y da la suya, apoyándose en la lectura de los capítulos IV y V…
 
En la lección 3, Uds. van a aprender la manera de presentarse a otras personas en chino, en las situaciones formales e informales. También van a escuchar un diálogo en que pueden practicar lo que han aprendido. ¡No se lo pierdan! ¡Subscríbanse hoy!โดย Chineadísimo
 
Hola a todos, y muy bienvenidos al Podcast Chineadísimo, el fuente ideal para aprender el idioma chino y su cultura rica. La idea de este podcast es ofrecer un método simple e innovador para todos los hispanohablantes del mundo que tienen ganas de aprender más de esa lengua. Primero, déjenme presentarme. Me llamo Yongjian. Nací en el norte de China…
 
En el episodio 02, ustedes van a aprender los elementos de la pronunciación tonal del chino mandarín. También se divertirán con unos trabalenguas y como siempre, una canción.โดย Chineadísimo
 
Aquí tiene el video musical de la canción ???-Zhong Guo Hua (El Habla China) presentada en el episodio 2. En esta canción, las tres chicas del grupo S.H.E expresan su orgullo patriótico para la cultura y lengua china, presentándolo usando un estilo moderno de pop y rap. Espero que les guste.โดย Chineadísimo
 
Aquí Uds. pueden escuchar la versión completa de la canción presentada en el episodio 1. Esta canción se llama ??(Adiós/Despedidas) y es del cantante Zhang Zhen Yue (???). En esta canción, el cantante expresa sus sentimientos tristes de nostalgia cuando estaba a punto de salir para siempre del amor de su vida. Es realemente una cancion emocionante.…
 
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