This is the practice round of my Toastmasters District Humorous Speach for the CPA Toastmasters Club. Nai nai (northern Chinese Mandarin) means granny.
In this video, let’s talk about the states and major cities in Australia 澳(ao)大(da)利(li)亚(ya)- their names in Chinese Mandarin: Sydney – 悉(xi)尼(ni) – New South Wales – 新(xin)南(nan)威(wei)尔(er)士(shi) Melbourne – 墨(mo)尔(er)本(ben) – Victoria – 维(wei)多(duo)利(li)亚(ya) […]
Hi, Barry Li again. Happy long weekend time! 长(chang)假(jia)快(kuai)乐(le). Today we are not going to talk about the short “long weekend” in Sydney. (only 3 days) We are going to talk about the 7 days […]
Happy Moon Festival! 中秋节快乐！The 2018 Chinese Moon Festival is on the 24th of September, which is tomorrow. The Moon Festival is a very important festival for the Chinese People. It’s also an important part of […]
This is a speech delivered by Barry Li on the 20th of June 2018 at the China and Australia Culture Exchange Centre opening lunch. Hello everyone. I’m invited by my colleague/friend Selena today to this […]
By Barry Li Two weeks ago, a Chinese international student running for election on the University of Sydney Union board was disqualified for bribery and graffiti painting on campus walls. My initial reaction was of […]