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Looking for a Fun Way to Learn Chinese? Watch These 6 Movies Starring Mandopop Idols!


Have you ever heard the word “edutainment”?

It’s a loose term that describes any form of learning that utilizes entertainment in some fashion or another.

It sure adds a fresh spin to traditional textbook learning!

When it comes …

Take Your Learning to the Sack and Learn Chinese While You Sleep


As a Chinese language learner, you don’t take one minute for granted.

You’re reading, writing and speaking in Chinese as much as you can. You just wish you had more time!

Well, you do. It turns out that your nightly …

Follow to Fluency: 10 Twitter Feeds for Daily Chinese Learning


Time to get #fluent.

Just turn your binge-scrolling time on Twitter into Chinese learning time.

We’ve got 10 super interesting, smart and fun Twitter feeds that’ll get you there!

By following these accounts, you’ll get everything from daily vocabulary

Sing Along with These 5 Chinese Cover Songs to Learn Chinese with Music


“I’ll hear the same song three times during a 30-minute drive!” my friends complain.

This is the reason they say they no longer listen to the radio.

And who can blame them?

But what if there was a way to …

9 Super Useful Chinese Phrasebooks You Can Get Digitally


衛生間在哪裡? (wèishēngjiān zài nǎlǐ).

This is how you would say, “Where is the restroom?” in Mandarin.

It’s a pretty important phrase to know. Surely, you don’t want to be relying solely on hand gestures when you need to answer nature’s …

7 Video Resources for Learning Chinese the Way Natives Use It


Have you ever heard of the 10,000-hour rule?

The basic idea, proposed by writer Malcolm Gladwell, is that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to master a subject. So apply this rule to language learning, and you’d need …

No Need to Choose: 6 Mandarin Chinese Courses Online with Both Traditional and Simplified Scripts


You’ve already decided to learn Mandarin Chinese.

But you’ve got another big decision to make.

Life would be much simpler if Mandarin Chinese came in one, uniform written language.

You know, where you could learn one easy alphabet and …