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Mandarin Activities - Quickly Learn Activities in Chinese

Learn Mandarin activities with this fun song! Use this song as a quick and easy way to learn important Mandarin activities. Sing Chinese and learn it so you don't waste time forgetting and re-learning.


Posted on: 15 Apr. 2020
Singapore Series #2: Learning Useful Mandarin Superlatives

Join Fiona Tian as she continues to explore some of the sights of Singapore! In today's episode we visit the Singapore Flyer, a giant ferris wheel with spectacular views, the most famous swimming pool in the world, and a strange Merlion creature. Along the way, we will go over useful Mandarin superlatives, including "Most Famous", "Tallest in the World" and more!


Posted on: 15 Apr. 2020
Learn to read Chinese...with ease

For non-natives`, learning to speak Chinese is a hard task. But learning to read the beautiful, often complex characters of the Chinese written language may be less difficult. ShaoLan walks through a simple lesson in recognizing the ideas behind the characters and their meaning -- building from a few simple forms to more complex concepts. Call it Chineasy.

Posted on: 13 Mar. 2020
The Food and Drink Song
Posted on: 3 Mar. 2020
What makes the Great Wall of China so extraordinary

The Great Wall of China is a 13,000-mile dragon of earth and stone that winds its way through the countryside of China. As it turns out, the wall’s history is almost as long and serpentine as its structure. Megan Campisi and Pen-Pen Chen detail the building and subsequent decay of this massive, impressive wall.


Posted on: 14 Feb. 2020
The Monkey King: Hero is Back...full movie!

Here is a full movie in Mandarin with English subtitles. A very fun way to practise reading and listening!


Posted on: 11 Feb. 2020
Learn Chinese Verbs 'Have' & 'Don't Have' (有/没有)

Another catchy song from Chinese Buddy.


Posted on: 7 Feb. 2020
The myth behind the Chinese zodiac

What’s your sign? In Western astrology, it’s a constellation determined by when your birthday falls in the calendar. But according to the Chinese zodiac (生肖), it’s your shuxiang, meaning the animal assigned to your birth year. Of the many myths explaining these animal signs and their arrangement, the most enduring one is that of The Great Race. Megan Campisi and Pen-Pen Chen recounts this classic myth. 


Posted on: 31 Jan. 2020
Are you a Fire Tiger or Metal Ox?

 Most of us know our Chinese zodiac animals, but did you know there are five different elements as well? Enter your date of birth here to find out everything you need to know!


Posted on: 21 Jan. 2020
Chinese High School for a Day

This student spent a year at a high school in Anshan, Liaoning, China (鞍山市第三中学) and this is what the students there do on a daily basis.


Posted on: 15 Jan. 2020
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