I've been annoyed for years by my poor memory. It blocks me from improving my English language skills.
Scanning Salon.com, I came across a good example for explaining the idiom "read between the lines", which is a topic I want to address for some time ago.
A photo published by the People's Daily newspaper last Friday touched me greatly.
In our journey together, I’ve often encouraged readers to stop trying to express ideas in Chinglish.
Reader question: This is a headline: “Been there, seen that”. What does it mean?
If you keep a diary, you may be called a writer of sorts. You may never get published, but you write everyday and that is what a writer does...
Karl writes: I am a faithful reader of chinadaily. I've got a question. What's the difference between "use" and "usage"?