CE Bilingual Books 中英文雙語書
Chinese/English Bilingual Books For Children
Meet Our Author/Editors:
Irene Y. Tsai
Bilingualism has always been part of Irene's life. Growing up in NYC, she often translated English to Chinese for her mother and sometimes, for other Chinese friends in the community. After writing science articles for children, she found a need for quality Chinese English bilingual books. Frog In The Well and The Blind Men and an Elephant are her first bilingual books. Irene is a member of the the Society of Children's Book Writer's and Illustrators. Read More
Joyce Lin is a tax consultant and works in New York city. She used to work in Taipei, Boston, and Salem. Joyce finished her MBA degree and MST degree in Massachusetts and holds a B.B.A. from Chinese Culture University, Taipei.. Her multi-cultural background and experience in international network are sources for her reading in multi-cultural literature. She is multi-lingual, fluent in Chinese Mandarin, Taiwanese and English. She enjoys reading and hiking in the Mountain. However, she starts to enjoy the ocean because she lived in Boston, Salem (MA), and New York City.
Bin-ni graduated with Chinese Literature from Chinese Culture University in Taiwan and a MS in educational technology from New Jersey City University. She taught Chinese class to nineth grade students. She likes to travel and see different parts of the world so she would not be like the blind men discovering an elephant.
Yunong is a language faculty at the University of Pennsylvania. She got her Masters degree in Teaching Chinese from the University of Iowa, and taught Chinese at UI for two years. Yunong’s Chinese writings were frequently published during her college time. Her recent publications include Introduction to Standard Chinese Pinyin System - Textbook and Workbook with 2 CD (1 Audio-CD, 1 MP3-CD) Authors: Helen H. Shen, Chen-Hui Tsai, Yunong Zhou.
Meet Our Illustrators:
Pattie is a Visual Communicator for over 35 years, receiving recognition for her artwork at the early age of seven. Ms. Caprio was inducted into the National Honor Society, Phi Theta Kappa, in 1996 and in recognition of outstanding contribution to the Preservation and Appreciation of the Heritage of the Upper Delaware Valley, she received an award for illustrating and co-published “Falling Feathers” the Pocono Indian Presence, a book written by author Peggy Bancroft in1991. Read More
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