"I don't know many words, so surely I can't read any other Chinese articles except the ones in the textbook!" "Chinese characters are too difficult! It's quite out of the question to read a Chinese article!" Hi, guys! How long have you learned Chinese language? Did you ever think in this way? Did you lose your heart once in a while? Yes, you may have encountered too difficult Chinese characters and an overwhelming number of new words. If you want to learn China and read interesting stories written in Chinese, where is the right book besides the textbook in hand? Please tell us first what your ideal book is. "I don't want to read these unnatural sentences, neither do I want to read things always about having lunch or having a class at school. There are not many exercises in the book. I only want to relax and read this book while waiting for the bus or waiting for the subway. I don't want to read this book from the beginning to the end, either. Instead, I just want to sort out things that I am interested in..." "It must be simple and easy. It will make me smile and help me understand all the aspects and every detail of China. It will suit my study of Chinese in every phase and make me familiar with Chinese characters and enlarge my vocabulary even before I notice it..." If these are what you want, then, take a look at this series! The simple articles, interesting topics and lively format will guide you into the life, feelings and worries of Chinese people. You will know the interesting experiences of foreign students studying in China, and also see China through foreigners' eyes - Haven't they written something that is in your mind but hard to express? Pinyin in this series helps you read aloud. The new words are annotated in English, Korean and Japanese, so that you can read the book fluently; the "Reading Tips" tells you what an article is about. The part "Have you understood it?" gives you a chance to test yourself. You can also write down things that happened in your life in "I have a few words to write" and work out a Chinese book of your own. Will you like such a book?