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Chinese Fables 2 : Parrot Tries to Put Out a Fire & The Orangutan Loves to Drink

Three Animations (Simplified Chinese; Traditional Chinese) & 5Q-Book (Simplified Chinese; Hanyu Pinyin, Traditional Chinese; Zhuyin; Hanyu Pinyin, English) Content: “Chinese ...

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Three Animations (Simplified Chinese; Traditional Chinese) & 5Q-Book (Simplified Chinese; Hanyu Pinyin, Traditional Chinese; Zhuyin; Hanyu Pinyin, English) Content: “Chinese Fables 2” contains three fables: 1.Parrot Tries to Put Out a Fire (Simplified animation of 2 minutes and 8 seconds, Traditional animation of 2 minutes and 17 seconds, Illustrated audio book of 24 pages and word lists) A lovely parrot came to the mountain. All the animals in the forest were friendly and welcomed the new visitor. They played happily every day. One day, a fire was blazing in the forest. What would the parrot do to help his friends? 2.The Orangutan Loves to Drink (Simplified animation of 1 minute and 46 seconds, Traditional animation of 1 minute and 47 seconds, Illustrated audio book of 18 pages and word lists) “Look, it’s wine! Fragrant wine! There are also many wooden shoes to wear.” The orangutans were very excited; however, an old orangutan felt this was strange; where did the wine and wooden shoes came from? 3. Who Stole the Axe? (Bonus Animation) A woodcutter asked: “Hey kid, have you seen my axe?” and he asked again: “Are you sure that you haven't seen my axe?” The kid’s answer is “No.” “But expression, the way of the kid walks and talks are really quite different from usual”; the woodcutter thought the kid must a thief. Where is the axe actually? Story: “Parrot Tries to Put Out a Fire” and “The Orangutan Loves to Drink” are rewritten from folktales. “Who Stole the Axe?”is rewritten by “Lie Zi” Story: “Parrot Tries to Put Out a Fire” and “The Orangutan Loves to Drink” are rewritten from folktales. “Who Stole the Axe?”is rewritten by “Lie Zi” Age: Recommended for Grade 1 students. Level: Helpful Chinese reading for basic level learners. Characters: Contains 600+ basic level Chinese characters. Functions Animation (Simplified): Story animation with simplified Chinese subtitles. Animation (Traditional): Story animation with traditional Chinese subtitles. 5Q-Book (Simplified): Illustrated audio book with simplified Chinese text; Hanyu Pinyin. 5Q-Book (Traditional): Illustrated audio book with traditional Chinese text; Hanyu Pinyin; Zhuyin. 5Q-Book (English): Illustrated audio book with English text. Word list: Chinese words with Hanyu Pinyin and English explanation. Other Features: (Facebook, Email) Share, Favorites, Search, Index, Thumbnail, Library. About Us Reading Stories Anywhere Anytime 5QChannel has over ten years of experience in Chinese learning content development, and has published over 3,000 multimedia Chinese learning contents on the web. We specialize in using computer animation to transform classic Chinese literary works into captivating multimedia for the modern audience. Our products are educational in nature, and our aim is to help all readers around the world to read classic tales easily. We understand the difficulties children have in reading these classics in their original form. By reinterpreting well-known classic stories and creating a new way of learning and studying with multi-media devices, we provide a means for people to watch animation anywhere and anytime. We create digital reading with animations and thus the concept “Watch Animations and Get to Know the Classics” is realized. Web : www.5qchannel.com Email : jr@5qchannel.com

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.1

Size: 203 MB

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Price: 1,99 €

Developed by Lu Feng Technology Inc.

Day of release: 2011-07-28

Recommended age: 4+

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