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This month celebrates Mountain Day in Japan (山の日), Father's day in Taiwan (8/8 which sounds like bàba), and at the end of the month, Ghost Festival (中元节).

In other news, our Stripe billing migration is live on the website and although we’ll continue to monitor things this month, we’re ready to start working on app updates once again! 

Expect a patch update for the mobile apps soon, followed by our 3.5.0 update which will introduce our first in-app course! We’re super excited to roll this update out as soon as we can. 

Speaking of courses, we’re looking for early beginners of Chinese character learning to take part in a small pilot program we’re working on. Check out the details on the Skritter forum

This month we’ll also be kicking off the long-awaited progress-screen update on the new mobile apps. Lots of API work needs to happen before changes make their way to the progress screen, but it's going to be an amazing improvement when the project is done!

Finally, at the end of July, we also wrapped up some long-standing improvements to the Skritter Classroom client. Learn more about the changes on our blog.

If you’re interested in using Skritter at your program, be sure to have a teacher or administrator apply for a one-month institutional trial! Apply today

We hope you all have a safe and productive August!

Happy Skrittering!

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🏆 Last Month's Study Stats

A whopping 10.6% of you studied almost every day last month, checking it at least 27 out of the 31 days! 4.6% even studied every day! Let's see if we can get this number even higher next month. How about 5% daily practice? 

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Study these decks right from the Skritter: Write Chinese / Japanese apps. Just navigate to featured in the deck browser. This area gets updated often, so if you're looking for something new to study, be sure to check regularly. 

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🖌 Featured Blog - Japanese words you get wrong!

Even more Japanese words you probably mispronounce when speaking English (even though you know Japanese) 豚カツ (tonkatsu) is fried pork and a very popular dish in Japan. English speakers like to call it Katsu but pronounce it as CAT-soo, instead of the Japanese way, KAH-tsu. Read more...

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