Heung Bu and Nol Bu
The Mysterious Stream
Mela and the Elephant: book review for MCBD
January 9, 2019
My First Book of Japanese Words: book review for MCBD
January 25, 2018
The Bigger the Fro: a book review for MCBD
January 22, 2018
Mascot: Winter Olympics in South Korea
January 10, 2018
Chopstick Etiquette (Chopstiquette)
May 8, 2017
Korean Culture Giveway
May 5, 2017
Like Christmas Without Santa?
April 28, 2017
Book Review: Little Artists by Niki Daly
January 6, 2017
September 15, 2016
Korean School Graduate
September 7, 2016
Interesting video on the benefits of having a bilingual (or multilingual) brain and the three types of bilinguals. Link to TED-Ed's Mia Nacamulli...
Benefits of a Bilingual Brain
July 10, 2015
January 28, 2016
It's called Chinese New Year, but it's not just for the Chinese . Nine Asian countries have public holidays, accounting for 1/5 of the World's population who celebrates the day:
China: 1.3 billion in China get three days of public holiday.
Indonesia: 250 million people in Indonesia get one day of public holiday.
Philippines: 100 million get one day of public holiday.
Vietnam: 90 million people get at least three days of public holidays, but the holidays sometimes extends for an entire week by taking away weekends, as in China.
South Korea: 50 million people get three days of public holiday.
Malaysia: 30 million people get one day of public holiday.
North Korea: 24 million people get three days of public holiday.
Taiwan: 24 million people get four days of public holiday generally.
Brunei: One day of public holiday.
Singapore: Two days of public holiday.
Hong Kong: Three days of public holidays, extending to four days if the holidays fall on a Sunday.
Macau: Three days of public holiday, extending to four days if the holidays fall on a Sunday
chinese new year
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