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The Lady in the Painting

Fred Fang-Yu Wang

A well-known chinese folktale is retold here within the limits of an elementary 300 character vocabulary.  Yale and Pinyin romanization with Traditional characters.  An excellent text for beginning Chinese students.

March 11, 1969, Paper, $16.00

A Primer of Newspaper Chinese

Second Revised Edition
Yu-Ju Chih and John S. Montanaro

This primer is a basic introduction to the grammar and vocabulary used in traditional Chinese newspapers. It uses unsimplified characters.

March 11, 1988, Paper, $27.00

Read Chinese, Book One

A Beginning Text in the Chinese Character, Expanded Edition
Fang-yu Wang

This basic beginning reader covers the first three hundred Chinese characters, in both simplified and traditional forms. The text uses both pinyin and Yale romanization where appropriate, and includes writing and stroke order...

March 11, 1982, Paper, $19.95

Read Chinese, Book Two

A Beginning Text in the Chinese Character, Expanded Edition
Richard Chang

This second book of the Read Chinese series covers an additional three hundred Chinese characters, in both simplified and traditional forms. It is structured within the framework of a story about a Chinese student's journey...

March 11, 1983, Paper, $34.00

Read Chinese, Book Three

Fang-yu Wang and Richard Chang

This third book of the Read Chinese series covers an additional four hundred Chinese characters, in both simplified and traditional forms. The selections are drawn from modern narrative and expository prose, as well as plays...

March 11, 1965, Paper, $21.00

Speak Cantonese, Book One

Revised Edition
Parker Po-fei Huang and Gerard P. Kok

This first book of the Speak Cantonese series continues an introduction to standard Cantonese dialect. It uses pinyin romanization and emphasizes the development of vocabulary.

March 11, 1999, Paper, $39.00

Speak Cantonese, Book Two

Parker Po-fei Huang

This second book of the Speak Cantonese series continues an introduction to standard Cantonese dialect. It uses pinyin romanization and emphasizes the development of vocabulary.

March 11, 1985, Paper, $45.00

Spoken Standard Chinese, Volume One

Parker Po-fei Huang and Hugh M. Stimson

This book begins the Spoken Standard Chinese series, which emphasizes natural dialogue and familiarity with a modern, adult vocabulary. Book One uses pinyin romanization and no Chinese characters. An accompanying audio...

March 11, 1976, Paper, $34.00

Spoken Standard Chinese, Volume One

Student Workbook
Vivien Wong and Quincey Lu

This book begins the Spoken Standard Chinese series, which emphasizes natural dialogue and familiarity with a modern, adult vocabulary. Book One uses pinyin romanization and no Chinese characters. An accompanying audio...

March 11, 1982, Paper, $18.00

Spoken Standard Chinese, Volume Two

Parker Po-fei Huang and Hugh M. Stimson

This second book of the Spoken Standard Chinese series completes the presentation of the major grammatical patterns of mdoern Mandarin and introduces an additional 700 words. Book Two uses pinyin romanization. An accompanying...

March 11, 1978, Paper, $34.00

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