Stories of Chinese People's Lives II People in Their 30s 三十而立
Stories of Chinese People’s Lives II is a Chinese reader series for Chinese learners selected and edited by Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban). Based on the program by Tencent Net One Day of a Chinese, this series presents a one-day life and work of ordinary Chinese people. It helps Chinese learners at home and abroad to understand the contemporary Chinese society. By scanning the QR code in the book, readers can have access to all kinds of online resources. Besides, it helps readers to understand Chinese geography, economy, society, folk culture, as well as updated, authentic and practical Chinese language directly through vivid pictures, videos and descriptions. This series has the following characteristics: authentic Chinese culture; interesting materials with both descriptions and illustrations; various online audio/video resources provided by QR code; a wide coverage of readers from different age groups and convenience for teachers to prepare their lessons and for students to study by themselves.
People in Their 30s is one of the seven books in Stories of Chinese People's Lives II, which selects 6 stories of young people in modern China, covering issues like China's child-birth policy, e-commerce shopping spree, Chinese Spring Festival, dietary culture of Xinjiang, embroidery of Hubei, Chinese movie etc.
1.A Younger Sister Came to the Family
2."Shopping Festival" for the Courier
3.The Double Life of Habibe
4.Spring Festival from Memory
5.Mr Liu: A Teacher and Devoted Cineaste
6."Master of the Red Embroidery Chamber"