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5 Reasons Why You Should Learn Chinese In 2020

Posted by admin on  December 21, 2019

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Category: Opportunities
  It’s that time of the year again where all of us are busy making new year’s resolutions! 2020 is just around the corner, and we thought we could do our bit by helping you out on the New Year’s Resolutions front.    We make resolutions because we want to improve ourselves, either mentally or physically. Resolutions are an opportunity to evolve from our current stage in life to a newer, better one. We make
  This October, 20th to be very specific, Team TOD held our first and extremely grand Chinese cultural festival – “A Date With China” at Cafe Katha on FC Road. This one of a kind event had never before taken place in Pune.    The Oriental Dialogue conceptualised and executed this beautiful celebration of Chinese heritage and culture after a month of planning and hard work. Our team, led by Aditi, created an outline for

Workshop: Chinese Name Pronunciation

Posted by admin on  November 19, 2019

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Category: Culture
Shakespeare once asked, “What’s in a name?” Well, a lot! A person’s name is their identity; it defines who they are and lets the world recognize them as unique individuals. Chinese names are notoriously difficult to pronounce. Most people never really get the pronunciation right. This leads to a roadblock in communication, especially in the case of professional associations. Keeping this in mind, The Oriental Dialogue (India’s premier Chinese language institution) has come up with

A Date With China – The TOD Event Of The Season!

Posted by admin on  October 15, 2019

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Category: Culture
Team “The Oriental Dialogue” is proud to present our flagship one of a kind festival – A Date With China. This Sunday i.e the 20th of October, we are hosting our first and grand Chinese cultural festival at Cafe Katha on F.C Road from 3 pm to 6 pm. As an institute that is closely associated with “all things” China, we wanted to create a beautiful, culture-driven experience to reveal some unknown facets of the
For a very long time, the western continents dominated development and economic growth. But if you open any newspaper or research paper today, they’ll tell you that the next century belongs to Asia. If there ever was a right time to be alive in the world’s largest and most populous continent, it is NOW! There are two Asian countries that are at the forefront of this dynamic, evolving picture – India and China. Fortunately for