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DAHUA story


What is DAHUA Chinese?

DAHUA Chinese aims to build the interaction between different cultures with Chinese people. Our motto is, mutual understanding makes the world a better place”.

Our Genesis

Our story began in classrooms across the United States, where we, a group of Chinese language educators, were confronted with a pressing need: the need for quality, engaging teaching materials that truly resonate with the linguistic nuances and cultural depth of the Chinese-speaking world. Finding such resources was a struggle, and from this struggle, DAHUA CHINESE was conceived.

Our Vision

We imagined a learning platform that went beyond mere vocabulary and syntax, one that could offer a window into the lives and stories of Chinese people. DAHUA CHINESE is our realization of that vision—a professional, intriguing, and enjoyable platform that enriches Chinese language instruction for a semester or an entire educational journey.

Our Promise

DAHUA CHINESE brings a dynamic and interactive learning environment that is as professional as it is entertaining. Our diverse content not only equips educators with a comprehensive curriculum but also sparks the curiosity and excitement of learners.

Our Invitation

Whether you are an educator in search of exemplary teaching tools or a student eager to explore the language of the Chinese people, DAHUA CHINESE welcomes you. Join our community and share in the celebration of the Chinese language and the rich tapestry of life it represents.

Begin your exploration with DAHUA CHINESE – a platform where the stories, history, and heart of the Chinese people come alive through language.

Our Approach

Understanding that language is an embodiment of people and their culture, we crafted DAHUA CHINESE to reflect this belief. Our platform encompasses a rich array of content divided into four key areas:

Articles and Conversations: At the foundation of language fluency lies the power of expression and understanding. Our selection of graded readings and simulated conversations is specifically designed to reflect the diverse voices of Chinese speakers, accommodating learners at all levels of proficiency.

Chinese History: By presenting stories from the past, we connect learners to the historical narratives that have shaped the lives of Chinese people. Our historical content not only informs but inspires, providing a backdrop that enriches the language learning experience through cultural discovery.

Business and Events: In a world where the Chinese-speaking populace has a significant impact on global affairs, a grasp of business terminology and contemporary happenings is indispensable. Our resources in this area are tailored to arm learners with the language skills and cultural insights vital for engaging with the Chinese-speaking business community and understanding its role in world events.

Life and Culture: Immersing oneself in the customs, traditions, and social fabric of Chinese-speaking societies adds invaluable context to language study. Our lifestyle-focused materials draw learners into the day-to-day experiences of Chinese people, offering authentic insights into the cultural richness of the language.

Each section offers level-specific filters, ensuring learners engage with material that is both accessible and suitably challenging.

What We Do?

DAHUA Library

In the Library, there are 4 main themes,
Living with Culture, Chinese History, Business and Celebrities, and Chinese Learning
for our users to learn the culture and language.

Living with culture

Why does my Chinese mother in law scream when my pregnant wife sews the button? Why does my dad put a screen that blocks the window view beside the door and say it can preserve the money in my house? Why do most Chinese people hate the Disney movie Mulan and sarcastic the scenarios?

All the misunderstanding and surprises comes with a big “WHY”. Actually, all the myths, taboos and habits come from ancient Chinese peoples’ life experience. These experiences become traditions, and they are exactly how they lived their life and it is now affecting us.

Chinese people think oranges are cold but mango is hot, so women are not recommended to eat oranges during their period? In a traditional yard, it is not only pretty, but also full of symbols that stress you to be more diligent? There are some traditions in Chinese families that make it easier for them to become elites?

In Live with Culture, you will see how we introduce you from ancient times to nowadays all the topics over the food, clothing, living space, transportation, education, entertainment and beliefs. Just like a scroll unfolds how Chinese people live their life in front of you.

Chinese history

The first emperor of Tang, 唐太宗 had said,”以銅為鑑,可正衣冠;以古為鑑,可知興替;以人為鑑,可明得失。”(By setting bronze as a mirror, one can adjust dressing. By setting history as a mirror, one knows the ups and downs of a dynasty. By setting people as a mirror, one can understand what he gains and loses.)

This is what he said when he honored the memory of his favorite prime minister, 魏徵, and also let us know how history being an important part for one to know a culture.

Want to know those soap dramas in the royal families?
Want to know the stories that all Chinese people take for granted?
Want to know the conspiracies and strategies that ancient Chinese ministry officers do to each other?

Want to meet those greats and know their philosophy of life?
Want to meet those famous beauties/handsome in Chinese history?
Want to meet those character archetypes in TV episodes you are watching?

Know Chinese history, and you will have the magic mirror to know why and how Chinese people think, act and say.

Business and Celebrities

Why are there so many crazy rich asians?
There are 1.4 billion Chinese people around the world. They share the same culture and language, that's why Chinese celebrities, wealthiest and great all are globally effective. They not only influence the economy worldwide but also make changes around you, even politics.

Do you know...
Some rich Cantonese would dress old and out of style but maybe are the owners of the office building?
You need to be careful of couples who come from Wenzhou! It’s very common for the husband to do the business and the wife to hype the housing price?
Those Miss HK from the 1970s to 1990s affected every Chinese girl's beauty standard until now?

You also could figure out..
What is the e-commerce shop go-to market strategy by Douyin and Xiaohongshu in China?
How has KFC won the big battle of fast food in China in these 10 years?
Why can some people who work for TSMC skip some responsibility as a citizen?

What do you think about open-border China? A big business opportunity or a big conspiracy? Let us tell you what the Chinese people's philosophy of the business is behind!

Chinese Learning

Is Chinese learning a hard thing to do? No worries! Here’s the arsenal for you to conquer the second hardest language in the world!

This section provides graded reading material for those who are diligent in learning the language. All the articles are interest-base and fit the level you need. The content includes daily conversations, short stories, important literature and our star product that we have published since DAHUA was founded, which is the DAHUA Biweekly magazine!


Traditional Chinese skills are hard to learn, and you must need a good teacher leading you to explore the whole new world!
The founder of DAHUA Chinese, Caroline is one of the best Guzheng soloists in Taiwan. She taught Guzheng to foreigners in Taipei since she was 19.
There are some pain points that makes these instruments are hard for foreigners to learn:

  • Uneasy to reach
  • Hard to find a good teacher
  • Need a good advisor on choosing materials

Do you know there are many styles of traditional Chinese music that fit different local accents? That's why we need to mark the style or the original player beside a music sheet, and it can sound very different, even if they all use the same name like "Lofty Mountains and Flowing Water", "Blissful Harmony" or "The Melody of Purple Bamboo". But this also makes foreign learners confused and frustrated.

Do you know the style of Chinese calligraphy is actually based on history, politics and technique growing? That's why we can easily identify when the artwork is created, just like fashion history.

Do you know the 14 stars of Ziwei Doushu that show the past, present and future of your life?
Who are the gods that affect your personalities?
When will I get married?
What is the right time for me to make a big change?
How to make the best choice in my career?
These are all written on your 12 houses. Chinese people believe in this for 5000 years, that must be something reasonable inside, even if you think it is just a statistical result.

The courses DAHUA provide not just for foreign people to know Chinese culture, but also to contribute to the Chinese second generation abroad. We hope younger generations can be interested in our origin and have gratitude to those who have raised them by motivating them with something cool, fun and meaningful.


DAHUA events introduce many interesting, intriguing and funny historical and cultural topics. Book the limited seats on our booking form and you will be our guest to join us in the events!

Follow us on Facebook and Youtube for live stream events every Monday night!
Follow us on TikTok and Instagram for short videos around the topics!


Uneasy to find the shop to buy the material for your culture class?
Can’t find a good resource to buy and fix your Chinese instrument?
Want to buy something culturally innovative that is designed by Chinese designers?

DAHUA Shop is here for every selection you need! Let’s go and check it out!

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