Iris Liu

Experience: 4 Years

Motto: Stay hungry stay foolish.

Teaching experience and background

Speakers of Other Languages) from Jilin University. While still in college, she helped Korean and Japanese students learn Chinese and has more than a year of teaching experience since graduation. Iris has the skills and drive to make learning Chinese both fun and fruitful for her students.

Latest Update

  • How to Say Welcome to in Chinese

    Jan 4, 2016

    China is an ancient-yet-modern and hospitable country. The Chinese are always ready to say welcome to others. Today we'll learn how to say welcome to in Chinese Mandarin.

  • Chinese Words for Family Members

    Dec 14, 2015

    Family is the warmest word in the world which is made up by all family members. What are the Chinese words for family members?

  • Chinese Learning Games for Kids

    Dec 7, 2015

    For kids, learning Chinese may be a little tedious and boring. How to increase the kids' interest for learning Chinese? Playing games is a good way to make learning more interesting. This article introduces some good Chinese learning games for kids.

  • Basic Greetings in Chinese

    Dec 4, 2015

    When we start learning a new language, we often start from the basic greeting phrases. Today, let's learn some basic greetings in Chinese.

  • Chinese Sentences for Beginners

    Nov 27, 2015

    This article introduces some basic Chinese sentences, especially for the Chinese learning beginners. The sentences are simple, but quite useful.

  • Common Phrases in Chinese

    Nov 25, 2015

    When we learn a new language, it is good to start with some common and basic phrases which can be used in almost everyday conversations. "Well begun is half done!" So, let's begin our journey to daily Chinese.

  • How are you in Chinese Mandarin

    Nov 19, 2015

    How are you is very common greeting in English, this translate in Chinese mandarin is "ni3 hao3 ma"? But you rarely heard that Chinese people say this when they greet people, how to express "how are you" in mandarin?

  • How to Say Hello in Chinese

    Oct 23, 2015

    For the foreigners who first travel in China, to know the appropriate greetings is very useful when they need to ask for help or meet someone for the first time in China. Today, we will let you know several different kinds of greetings in China according to the specific situations.

  • How to Order Food in China

    Mar 18, 2016

    Restaurants in China are almost as varied as those in the United States. In China, ordering food can be a real cultural experience, and there is no English speaking staff to help or even an English menu most of the time

  • How to say I love you in Chinese

    Mar 18, 2016

    Love is the most wonderful thing in the world. What if you meet your Mr. or Miss. right in China? How do you express your love to him/her?

  • Benefits of Learning Chinese Mandarin

    Aug 24, 2015

    More and more people choose to learn Chinese language and they think it will change their lives. Today, we will tell you five benefits of learning Mandarin.

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