Is writing in Mandarin Chinese and English very different? Nanci, a local Chinese Writer I met in various cultural groups in Shanghai, was kind enough to share her experiences writing in both languages from an early age. Does anything she say surprise you? Does her experience resonate with you? Please share your ideas with us on Twitter, Instagram or via Gmail: stephfuccio is my handle in all of these places.
What is happening on Geopats Podcast this month (November 2019)?
All month I will be doing a range of experimental micro episodes about language. The main focus, as usual in our language show, will be on Mandarin Chinese but I make zero promises to stick to one language. In fact, I fully expect that I will swerve towards and away from other languages throughout the month as well. This experimentation is part of National Podcast Posting Month, NaPodPoMo (it's international really but it started nationally in the U.S. many years ago so the name stuck) http://napodpomo.org/, https://www.facebook.com/groups/napodpomo/ and http://www.rssmix.com/u/9742423/rss.xml
Oh, and I will make reference to my language YouTube channel so here is that link as well https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClzR7HySZTVb6g-tSzAhi5A
Geopats Podcast: Would love to hear from you! Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn & you can even leave a voice message on Speakpipe. Where to find the Geopats Podcast website, Apple Podcasts page, subscribe on : iOS , Android devices, RSS. Check out all of our projects: https://stephfuccio.com/
This episode was created with:
-My microphone: Samson Q2U
-Auphonic,free online leveling software
- Producer, Editor, & Host: Stephanie (Gmail: stephfuccio or WeChat: stephfuccio)
-Music courtesy of Damon Castillo. Today's song is "Rocket Of Love" from their Mess of Me album. https://www.damoncastillo.com/
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Serial expat who loves diving into the communicative messiness of a global life.