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How to Stream Chinese TV Online: 5 Rad Resources

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Streaming television is all the rage now, isn’t it?

Who even has a cable account anymore?

With websites like Netflix and Hulu around, people can tune in to their favorite shows with nothing more than a laptop and a WiFi …

Learner’s List: The 10 Best Chinese Movies on Amazon Prime

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Ah, the cinema!

Our relationship with films has changed quite a bit over the years.

Once upon a time, people needed to purchase a ticket and climb into seats at a movie theater to catch a new release.

Now, we

6 Chat Platforms for Chinese Learners You Might Not Think Of

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Chat rooms have been around since the dawn of the internet and they have yet to go out of style.

Why would they, though?

Chat rooms are a fantastic way to communicate with many people all at the same time, …

Play with a Full Deck: Chinese Vocabulary Cards for Learners of All Levels

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Flashcards are great for studying, but who has time to make them these days?

It’s true that creating flashcards by hand offers that tactile learning experience, which stimulates better recall for character writing.

However, not everyone has the patience (or …

Ditch the Cats: Learn Mandarin Chinese with YouTube Using These 4 Tips (and 12 Channels)

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Free entertainment doesn’t get much better than YouTube.

You can literally find just about anything that tickles your fancy on this massive streaming site, all while supporting independent artists as well.

You can also use YouTube for some entertaining language

Learn Chinese with News: 9 Mandarin Channels to Bookmark

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Getting in touch with the world around you is a powerful thing to do.

News media is an important part of Western culture, be it reading the news online or tuning in to news broadcast channels on TV or the …

Level Up Your Language Skills: Learn Chinese with 10 Addictive Video Games

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I’ve noticed a common theme in my FluentU blog posts: More often than not, I’m a sucker for learning Mandarin through incredibly easy means.

Who doesn’t love entertainment paired with education?

From reading books to watching television shows to browsing