ONLINE READING RESOURCES
The internet is jammed full of reading resources from simple children's stories to complex dry academic readings. We want to provide you with a wide range of choices. Here are a few samples you may want to try.
Some people don't want to be seen reading children's books, but relax, you are online. Your friends can't see what you're reading now. One of my favorite ways to practice Chinese is to read books together with my cross-cultural kids. It's also a little embarrassing when I find words in children's Chinese books that I have to look up in my dictionary. But, that's when I realize I need to put away my pride and read my kids' books. After all, if I cannot understand simple children's stories, my my Chinese really needs help. Perhaps you should try some children's English stories.
Here are some great samples of links from other websites:
GOOD ENGLISH BOOKS YOU CAN FIND IN BOOKSTORES EVERYWHERE IN CHINA
This bilingual book by Rob Foster and published in China by ZDL Books gives readers a chance to learn how to apply traditional Chinese philosophy to modern Leadership strategies.
I can't not recommend my book. pictured on the left. This book is about improving spoken English, but since it is a book, reading it will help you improve your reading skills.
Wayne Braswell of the CWB foundation is an expert on the subject of leadership. You can practice your reading skills while you also learn something about how to be a good leader by reading his outline: click here.