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汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character 红 hóng ‘red’ [25 Apr 2017|04:55am]

纟 mì silk
幺 yāo short thread
厶 sī private
一 yī one
工 gōng work
一 yī one
丨 gǔn line
一 yī one


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More information: http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/the-chinese-character-decomposition-guidance/18847104 and http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/polina985
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List of the Chinese Textbooks with the Chinese Character Decomposition [07 Apr 2017|07:25am]

List of the Chinese Textbooks with the Chinese Character Decomposition

1. Mandarin Chinese Textbook for Beginners
Open the Door to Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina

2. Mandarin Chinese Textbook Beginners - Intermediate
Open the Door to Chinese Book 2 by Polina Shinkina

3. Mandarin Chinese Textbook Intermediate
Open the Door to Chinese Book 3 by Polina Shinkina

4. Chinese Commercial Correspondence Textbook for Self-Study
Supersonic Commercial Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina

5. Chinese Marketing Correspondence Textbook for Self-Study
Supersonic Marketing Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina

6. Chinese Financial Correspondence Textbook for Self-Study
Supersonic Price Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina

7. The Chinese Character Decomposition Guidance by Polina Shinkina

8. Business Chinese Textbook for Self-Study
Signing a Contract by Polina Shinkina

9. Chinese Textbook for Business Communication
Comparing Quotations by Polina Shinkina

10. Chinese Textbook for Business Communication
Reducing the Contract Amount by Polina Shinkina

11. Chinese Textbook for Business Contract Learning
The Draft Contract by Polina Shinkina

12. Chinese Textbook for Commercial Contract Learning
The Contract Total Amount by Polina Shinkina

13. Chinese for Business Communication
The Chinese Commercial Contract Discussion by Polina Shinkina

14. Table of the Chinese Radicals by Polina Shinkina

15. Business Chinese Textbook for Self-Study
The Chinese Contract Terms Discussing Price by Polina Shinkina

16. The Chinese Numerals for Businessmen by Polina Shinkina
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[25 Oct 2014|03:03pm]

Grades first semester.My daughter is worried about her GPA her first semester. She is struggling to pass in calc2 and has a c average in her other classes. She has always had straight A's. She is very concerned. Her mother is thinking she should go to a different school. Is it common to struggle the first semester at washu.
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Dentists in St. Louis [15 Mar 2009|10:49pm]

Does anyone know a good dentist in St. Louis close to school? I found the Wydown Dental Group through my health care provider but I know nothing about them. Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks
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[01 Jan 2009|08:25pm]

Kind of random, but I'm just wondering if Wash U. students have a distinct name. For instance, Brown students are called Brunonians. Does Wash U. students have such a name?
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Help, I just moved here!! [15 Dec 2008|12:49pm]
Hello, I just moved here about 6 months ago from FL and am moving back this week. I signed a year lease, thinking I would be here for atleast two years but plans changed.

My landlord will not allow me to break the lease, instead I have to sublease or find someone to take a new year lease.

I live in a 1br Downtown Loft overlooking Washington Ave - (Walking distance from Busch Stadium, Edward Jones Dome, Scott Trade Center, Lucas Park, Lure, Wasabi, BT Pizza, Flamingo Bowl, Mosaic, The Landing, Lumiere Casino, Dubliners, Papa Johns, Post office, etc.)

It's got 14 ft ceilings, comes with a washer/dryer, secure garage parking, granite countertops, and a whirlpool tub.

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If you or anyone you know is looking, please post your contact information and I will leave you with mine. I REALLY APPRECIATE IT!! Thanks.
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i have a thesis proposal proposal [30 Sep 2008|07:36pm]

you see, i did a google scholar search on miley cyrus and i still do not know why she is so famous. there exists no single person (or group) in my living memory that even compares. she epitomizes pop culture. if this were a dictatorship, one would think it was hers....if this was a dictatorship, one would think it were hers...were,were?...right, i am not a writer so i pass this task of public service unto the populous of wash u b/c we're a right smart bunch. it would be a good investigation in either business or anthropology and i'm positive it would get published. please copy me on your final draft. thank you.
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Is WashU reputable and FUN.... [04 Aug 2008|04:13pm]
Hey all, 

I am a senior in high school and I am beginning my college search. I am planning on doing premed and WashU is one of my top choices. I heard it has a highly competitve atmosphere and that the students don't have much time to do anything else besides studying to ensure they pass their classes. So what is the atmosphere truly like and are premeds capable of studying AND having a stable social life (including partying, clubs/organizations, going out into the city, and volunteering)? Basically, will I be able to have the entire "college experience"?
Feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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[14 Jul 2008|08:05pm]

Just saw that Ratatat is playing in the Gargoyle August 30. You lucky bastards who still go to WashU.
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CWE apartment recommendations? [05 Jul 2008|10:03pm]

Hi folks! My beau and myself are moving to St. Louis in late August and are looking for personal recommendations for apartments in the Central West End. I'm of course checking out Craiglist et al., but recommendations (or warnings) from real people seem preferable.

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Old Lewis Center photos [11 Jun 2008|08:29pm]

This may be old news to some people, and I'm not sure if WU even has any classes there anymore now that Sam Fox is in use.  But hey!  Meet the Lewis Center.  Er, excuse me, meet the Art Academy Building, courtesy of a hundred years ago.
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Donating food or meal points? [16 Apr 2008|07:02pm]


Hello all!

I have over 200 meal points left and I know I won't be able to get through them, much less through the rest of my remaining points.  Does anyone know of some campus food drive I could either donate points directly to or for which I can buy some canned goods, cereals, etc.?

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An outsider needs some help looking for housing [16 Apr 2008|02:04pm]

Hello, people of St Louis! More importantly, the people that go to or work for Wash U.

My friend did her undergraduate work at the University of Illinois, and she will be going for her molecular genetics and genomics graduate degree here with you guys soooo that means the School of Medicine campus, right? She's looking for apartments. She'll most likely be living by herself, and she has two kitties.

HELP, GUYS! Where do you recommend she lives? What are some good realtors? Who should she avoid?
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Requirements [15 Apr 2008|01:59pm]
Hello- I'm about to register for classes, and I'm looking for a class that will fulfull a CD or SD requirement (I've taken cultural Anthro to fulfil one of them). I have a very heavy course load this semester, so I'm looking for an interesting class that won't be too time consuming so I can focus on my other classes. Has anyone taken any classes like that to fulfil the CD or SD requirements?

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[14 Apr 2008|10:25am]

I really want to take Intro to Sexuality Studies and The Golden Age of Children's Literature, but the only way I can fit them both into my schedule next semester is to have class on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10-4 with a one-hour break, which isn't ideal. Does anyone have a suggestion about which one I should try to take first? I know that the Children's Lit class is only offered in the fall. Is there a big difference between the workload in each class?

Thanks in advance for your help!
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Hello! [13 Apr 2008|02:04pm]

Hey everyone! I'm an admitted Danforth scholar to Wash U this year, and I'm definitely attending Wash U ^^ I went to a scholarship admit weekend that pretty much sealed the deal for me and showed me that Wash U is my dream school.

I'm doing Housing right now, and debating whether to pay for the gym or not. Does anyone know if it's $30 per month or per school year? I didn't see the gym when I was there, is it usually very crowded?
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Cut-throat atmosphere? [04 Apr 2008|10:02am]

Honestly, what is the atmosphere at Wash U like? I know a lot of you adore Wash U from your posts and comments, but is it competitive and cut-throat? Please answer anonymously if you have to.
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Girl Scout cookies [16 Mar 2008|08:11pm]

Is anyone still selling Girl Scout cookies, or do you know where I could get some? I tried to order them from a girl my RA babysits for but when my RA tried to give her our order the girl had already turned in the order form. I kind of forgot about it until I was home and saw a cookie booth but couldn't stop because we were stuck in awful traffic. Long story short, I was a Girl Scout for 10 years and I'm now craving Samoas and Tagalongs. If you could help me out, I'd really appreciate it!!
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[08 Mar 2008|05:01pm]

What's the transfer rate like at Washington University? I want to transfer to WashU from a community college, but I'm unsure if they would accept me. I have a 4.0 so far at community college and a 4.0 with 5 credits at the University of Washington, but my downfall is my high school GPA being around a 2.6. I have never taken the SATs/ACTs and am hoping to get it waived since WashU offers that (but it might hurt my chances). If it matters, I'm in the Phi Theta Kappa club, vice president of service for Circle K International (community service club), and treasurer of Rotaract (non-profit and service club). 

I know this might not be the right place to ask so feel free to tell me to delete this post if it doesn't relate to this community and I'd totally understand.
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West Coaster incoming [03 Mar 2008|01:31pm]

Hi everyone!
I'm a graduate student coming to Wash U in the fall from Los Angeles (I got a BS in Math at Cal State LA). I'll be studying computational biology on the med school campus. I'm an avid swing and blues dancer, I do western martial arts, and love cooking and food. I'm looking forward to getting to know the city!
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