A Creative Way to Learn Chinese Characters

Los Angeles—“Soul of Chinese Characters—Cultural Exchange World Tour Los Angeles”, co-hosted by Yunnan Jiafei HuaZi Cultural Development Co. Ltd and American Chinese Culture Association, will kick off at San Gabriel Library on October 24.
jia fei teach you a creative way to Learn Chinese Characters
Jia fei demonstrates a creative way to Learn Chinese Characters.
 “Jiafei HuaZi” is a fun-filled and interesting immersion teaching method of Chinese characters, which inspires children’s cognition, allows them to easily memorize Chinese characters and experience the wisdom embedded in Chinese characters, and ignites a spark of their interests in Chinese characters and Chinese culture. 

Yunnan Jiafei HuaZi Cultural Development Co. Ltd is committed to the development of Children’s memory potentials through vividly drawing Chinese characters which are hard to learn and recognize. Its mission is to promote Chinese characters and Chinese culture around the world through “interest plus memory”. Madam Jiafei Fan, the founder of this creative instruction method, is the descendant of Zhongyan Fan, a well-known thinker of North Song Dynasty, who authored the famous quote “Be the first to show your concern and the last to enjoy yourself”

A Creative Way to Learn Chinese Characters
A Creative Way to Learn Chinese Characters
 “Soul of Chinese Characters-Cultural Exchange World Tour Los Angeles” is co-organized by American Cultural Center of the Chinese Minorities, and co-sponsored by Shandong Duxiang Online Media Co. Ltd., Shandong Chenguan Culture Communications Co. Ltd., Wuhan Ximai Management Consulting Co. Ltd., Shenzhen Zhengu Shuojin Investment Holding Co. Ltd., and Futurist Cultural Communications (Beijing) Co. Ltd. 

The following is the information of this exhibition:

When: 3:00 to 8:00 pm, October 24

12:00-8:00pm, October 25

10:00am—2:00pm, October 26

1:00pm—5:00pm, October 29

Where: San Gabriel Library, 500 South Del Mar Avenue, San Gabriel, CA 91776

Contact: 562-818-5148

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