TVB is a Cantonese channel, but occasionally will broadcast Cantonese dubbed Mandarin drama shows.
They are called "Mogwai." Gizmo is a Mogwai. "Mogwai" is the Cantonese Chinese word for devil, demon, or gremlin. In Mandarin Chinese, the word is "mogui."
you can find it at tudou.com but it is only Chinese ......:(
You can follow the news of HK TVB on Facebook by following their official Facebook page. You can also just keep the page as your homepage so whenever you open a new browser window or tab it will be the first thing to appear.
Yes, Bosco Wong is gay with Ron Ng of TVB. They have been seen holding hands and kissing in various times.
no the mandarin was insest with his daughter
Cantonese. Mandarin is only 700-800 years old while Cantonese is about 2000 years old.
Yes, both Mandarin and Cantonese characters are the same. However, the pronunciations and slangs are different. There are also different Mandarin and Cantonese names for some things.
the differences are mandarin only has 4 tones but cantonese has 9 tones.
In Mandarin tiger is 老虎　（Lǎohǔ），　But I cannot help you with Cantonese, I do not know very much Cantonese. Sorry!
Cantonese is one of the dialects of Chinese. Cantonese only has a spoken form which is different from Mandarin Chinese. Its writing form is also the same Chinese characters.
I am Cantonese and I usually don't understand what people are talking about when they speak in Mandarin. So the answer is no. You wouldn't be able to understand completely until you've learnt mandarin but you can sometimes make out what people are saying in mandarin. But if you do learn either of them, learning mandarin and already knowing Cantonese would make it easy to learn but it wouldn't be the case the other way round. This is probably because Cantonese has more tones and is harder?
Mandarin and Cantonese are two dialects of the Chinese language. Knowing one will not allow you the understand the other in conversation, however you will be able to communicate through writing, as Mandarin and Cantonese written language are similar enough to be mutually understood.
pronouce as "Jung Kwok" in Cantonese and "Zhong Guo" in Mandarin
Cantonese is the traditional Chinese language in Hong-Kong and Macau. Mandarin is Chinese language what is used in Sino-Tibetan and Sinitic.
More than 90% of Cantonese speakers can also speak Cantonese!
Cantonese is a language spoken in China, and is quite similar to Mandarin. In Cantonese, the word mouse is translated as "shubiao."