Hand in Hand is not affiliated with and does not in any way endorse or support the following websites, organizations or businesses. This list is compiled merely for the convenience and use of the parents, students, and staff at Hand in Hand.
China Care Foundation
The China Care Foundation is dedicated to saving the lives of medically fragile orphaned children in China. Founded in 2000 by a determined teenager, China Care is also committed to empowering young people to use their abilities and creativity to help improve the lives of children in need. There are China Care clubs on college campuses all over the nation. Check out some of the local China Care Chapters:
A group where adoptees can comfortably share their experiences with only their peers. This group is an official FB group of China’s Children International, an organization created by and for Chinese adoptees with the mission to empower Chinese adoptees from all over the world by providing an inclusive and supportive community for all of us who share this common beginning.
We will be updating this playlist of some really helpful culture and language lessons. Most of them will be short and slow paced, but feel free to ask us for some more advanced material. We also provide tutoring in Chinese if you contact us!
Duolingo is a mobile app (android and apple) along with a website to learn many languages. For Chinese, it is great for basic sentence structures, but it is better for learning new vocabulary. It is very user friendly and gives instant feedback.
Provides quality Chinese cultural and educational products to families who have adopted children from China. Educational videos, books, accessories, clothing, crafts, toys and more! China Sprout is also an official U.S. licensee of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Another really neat thing they have is a weekly list of China-related TV programs. Check it out!
Pleco Chinese Dictionary
An app resource for translating. Simply enter the English word or the Chinese pinyin or characters to translate. The app also has example sentences as well as words that use various Chinese characters. Each character has an audio pronunciation and measure word. This is not for entire sentences but words and phrases.
Get your shopping done for the week while your child is in Chinese class!
Super H-Mart is an Asian supermarket just across the street from the Culture Center, on the corner of 141 (Medlock Bridge Road) and Abbotts Bridge Rd (120). You can find fresh produce and a variety of Asian snacks and foods there. Hungry? Their food court offers Chinese, Korean, and Japanese cuisine.
Open daily 9:00AM – 9:00PM
Address: 10820 Abbotts Bridge Rd. Johns Creek , GA 30097 | Phone: 678-317-0240
The 60,000-square-foot mall includes a Chinese Food Court, two restaurants, several offices, a grocery store, gift shops, a bookstore, cosmetic shop, a video rental store, a beauty salon and other retailers.
This is a Chinese supermarket that also serves good meals for lunch or dinner, and they have plenty of authentic snacks and dishes. Much of the store is in English and Chinese, so it is also a great place to practice Chinese. They also have Chinese news papers in the front to read and practice.
Open daily 8:00AM – 10:00PM
Address: 2300 Pleasant Hill Rd Duluth, GA 30096| Phone: 678-957-0558