Earth Day in Chinese: 45 Essential Terms

Earth Day in Chinese: 45 Essential Terms

April 22nd – Earth Day in Chinese is 地球日. Protecting the earth is something many of us are all still a bit too casual about—we try to do something when we remember and don’t feel too bad when we don’t. This year, our actions on Earth have taken on a new urgency...
Competitive Parenting, Inclusion, Homeschooling and Struggling with Chinese: A Mom’s Testimony

Competitive Parenting, Inclusion, Homeschooling and Struggling with Chinese: A Mom’s Testimony

Guest blogger: Lim Swee Pei is a mother of 4 and she is homeschooling her kids in Singapore. She shares her experience with competitive parenting, homeschooling and struggling with Chinese. (Her kids are members of the Dim Sum Warriors Club.) Introduction We have a...
5 Ways NOT to Kill Creativity in Your Kids

5 Ways NOT to Kill Creativity in Your Kids

Ministries of Education all over the world are racing to equip children with competencies that are needed for the 21st century: critical thinking, communicating, collaborating, and inventive or creative thinking.  Let’s talk about “creativity”. We’ve had the privilege...
Raising Bilingual Children (Without Resentment): 8 Questions for 4 Moms

Raising Bilingual Children (Without Resentment): 8 Questions for 4 Moms

Raising Bilingual Children Without Resentment: 8 Questions for 4 Moms The footage above was edited from the Instagram Live session. Introduction We know that being bilingual or multilingual confers great advantages in our globalised economy. Yet, we also know that...
How I found a new way to Learn Chinese Online — Natural, Creative, Bilingual

How I found a new way to Learn Chinese Online — Natural, Creative, Bilingual

How I found a new way to Learn Chinese Online — Natural, Creative, Bilingual Jacqueline is the mom of 7-year-old Isaac. I spoke to her and this is her genuine feedback about the difference Dim Sum Warriors has made to Isaac’s attitude towards learning Mandarin....
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