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Austin ended his first week of 4 yo class with an excellent testimonial of basic Chinese strokes. I was told that he did follow through very well despite they were total strangers to him. We hardly speak Chinese to him, neither we can teach him anything better when it comes to Chinese. What we understood from the educators was Austin responded accurately as when some basic Chinese strokes were gauged after the lesson.

Believe it or not, Austin is our Chinese teacher at home? If you ask, this little man is more than happy to show you these strokes by navigating his right index finger in the space!

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After mastering all these basic Chinese strokes, one can attempt to write or complete this character - ‘sui’ at which literally means water.

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