Bridge to China aims to further the understanding of all aspects of the Chinese speaking world. China here is used in a very wide sense and includes mainland China, Taiwan, Singapore and anywhere else where the Mandarin language is spoken.
It gives particular importance to the understanding of the modern Mandarin language.
The Mandarin grammar part of Bridge to China will be open access and contain:
What is different about these resources?
The materials on this wiki are original and the copyright belongs half to UCL and half to the authors.
If something has accidentally got copied into this wiki from somewhere else and is not attributed, please e-mail Chris Dillon.
Bridge to China was set up in September 2012 by Chris Dillon.
Bridge to Norway was set up in 2008 and has some similarities in its approach with Bridge to China. It make sense for there to be cooperation between the two wikis.