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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Some Blogs about Families Raising Bilingual-Chinese Kids

I've been looking for nice blogs written by parents raising bilingual/ multilingual kids because you might be interested to read about their experiences at home. Most likely, their experiences are very similar to yours.

Here are some I have found that you might like.  Plus if you are already following a blog with similar themes, raising kids to learn Chinese, please give us the heads up and we will add it here.  Thanks.

http://yunmay.blogspot.com/ - The writer and her Korean-born husband raise multilingual and multicultural children in English, Korean and Chinese...
http://thelocaldialect.wordpress.com/ - Jessica is American while her husband is Chinese. Together, they share a life and a love in a place called Yunnan, in Southwest China. Join her as she chronicles the trials and tribulations of being in an international marriage, living in a foreign country, and bridging the gaps between two very different cultures.
http://wenjonggal.wordpress.com/about/ - A blog of one of our favorite ChildBook parents, raising her child in English, French and Mandarin.
http://www.littlepim.com/blog/ - A blog from Julia Pimsleur Levine, creator of the Little Pim multilingual DVDs.


Anonymous Best4Future Blog said...

Hello, Ray:

I am Lina from www.best4future.com/blog, the blog you recommended about families raising bilingual-Chinese kids. Thank you so much for recommending my blog. It really makes me feel happy when somebody thinks my articles are worthy reading!

I have been to your website and your blog too. I am so touched by the story on how you and your wife started this business. And I am so impressed by the growth of your business. I think the success comes from the love in the heart that you want your child master a second language - Chinese. Right?

I sincerely wish the best for your family and your business. Keep in touch!

Lina Dickson

October 11, 2010 at 9:54 AM  

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