To (use) 'be' or not to (use) 'be'? Why are there so many Chinese phrases of two synonymous words? How can you stop being "tone deaf"? Join your fellow Chinese language enthusiasts and have your questions answered by a teacher and author. In Chinese Workshop we learn Mandarin by creating real-life-like conversations and exploring the ins and outs of this crazy language. Join us!

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