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Using more than 99% target language, 听故事学中文Learning Chinese through Stories(LCTS) creates authentic and immersive podcasts to help people around the world develop Chinese language skills and cultural competency. It covers a wide range of topics and proficiency levels(Novice, Intermediate, Advanced). Every story has two parts: story (A) and story explanation (B), accompanied by annotated vocabulary and transcript. For example, an episode titled "2.3.12 A" means this episode is at the level of ...
 
你好 (nǐ hǎo)! Hi! I am Amy Lin 👋 I help beginners learn Mandarin Chinese, wan step at a time. I hope you will fall in love with learning Chinese while having fun along the way! 😊 Mini Mandarin features bite-sized episodes so you can build up your Chinese with just a few minutes a day. Of course, you will still need to be consistent and do your work to see your progress 😂 For more resources, please check out ChineseMandarinCafe.com
 
聽眾好! 這是我唱歌頻道系列之一,這裡唱的是國語歌曲! 中文字博大精深、中華文化淵遠流長,而全世界最多人說的語言是.... 什麼? 噹啷~如果今天說「全世界都在說中國話」不為過呀! 平日對外華語教學之餘,也希望藉由此頻道能盡微薄之力,讓更多人認識到中文的美!還望聆聽指教! 感恩! Hi Brad here! A Taiwanese, 'n I'm what's called Hakka, my roots are in Taiwan. This's one of several (Corona) karaoke series by me where I sing various Chinese songs 'n I'd also teach very simple Mandarin Chinese within the episode when/if time permits! I hope this very Chinese series would also draw more non-Chinese attention to appreciate the beauty o ...
 
Listen and Learn Chinese from an intermediate-level, non-native learner perspective. Max and Hasnaien are two Canadians who have been learning Mandarin for a few years and are excited to share their own homemade tips and tricks for learning Mandarin but aren't so far gone that they don't understand the grind of learning Chinese. If you're brand new to learning Chinese or wanting to brush up on your basics, feel free to start right at Episode 1, which is the first episode of our Tones and Pīn ...
 
---- Situational Animations updated weekly. Stay tuned with us !! ---- We are a leading e-learning company specializing in publishing and producing textbooks, animations, games, mobile apps and customized services for all the Chinese learners. Website http://www.huayuschool.com Facebook http://www.facebook.com/HuayuSchool Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/TKBHuayuSchool App Blog http://apps2learnchinese.wordpress.com/ Youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/TKBHuayuSchool
 
As a native Chinese speaker, a language lover, a qualified language teacher, I would like to help those people who want to speak Chinese naturally in the most efficient way. The way that will help you to speak Chinese naturally without any fear, any insecurity or any doubt. It will also help you to improve your listening, reading and writing skills as well as your pronunciation. Through this podcast you will learn the REAL Chinese, Chinese that we use in our daily life. You will get to know ...
 
Learn Chinese with ease! Talk Chineasy brings you 7-minute daily Chinese lessons. Each day, ShaoLan and a special guest share interesting cultural insights and stories as they teach you a useful Chinese phrase. Our amazing guests include rock stars, artists, CEOs, professors, adventurists, scientists, and more. You’ll discover the rich culture behind the most widely spoken language, while you learn how to converse in basic Mandarin Chinese. Explore various topics, special guests, and inspira ...
 
iMandarinPod.com is designed to help people to improve their Chinese. We will provide podcasts on daily basis. In each podcast, we will introduce a topic about Chinese culture or what is happening today in China. We are teaching Chinese by introducing Chinese culture in a real circumstance; we are teaching you how to say and how to think in your daily life as a native Chinese does. We also provide private lessons or group lessons. Please visit www.iMandarinPod.com for more information. We wi ...
 
Are you struggling to find good listening material for learning Chinese? Are you tired of robotic and boring textbook audio? Chillchat is the answer for you! Our podcasts not only cover vocabulary and grammar, but we also talk about culture, trends, and other useful topics. With our fun and relaxing conversations, Chinese learning is a breeze! You can DOWNLOAD the transcript/study material at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chillchator buy us a coffee and get a name shoutout in our show :)
 
This podcast seeks to help you speak Chinese through intriguing stories. While you’re listening, don’t forget to “guess” the meanings of the unfamiliar words through the context provided, in order to get the "immersive learning experience." If you’re new to this podcast, please start with the latest episode! These episodes are not arranged on a difficulty level. Feel free to jump into any episode topic that interests you the most! Find Episode Archive here: https://freshjulie.medium.com/
 
Fun bilingual stories and songs for the young (and young at heart)! We understand the struggle to learn Chinese while surrounded by English speakers, so we choose relatable content for bright and easily bored little ones. Join Mama Yen and her kindergartener daughter in their Chinese learning journey, with help from Grandma(former Chinese literature teacher). Visit us at Chinesestartales.com and leave us a voice message (including stories you like)! Please rate and review the show so we can ...
 
Learn Chinese with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at ChineseClass101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
Do you want to learn how Mandarin Chinese is spoken in Taiwan? Hit that play button, and find out! 100% Chinese content to help you learn the language naturally. Topics I will share with you: Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese culture, language learning tips, expat life in Japan, and much more! Read the transcripts of each episode on my website 台味語言TheTaiwaneseWay: https://www.thetaiwaneseway.com Support me on Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/thetaiwaneseway Follow me on social media to get extra info on C ...
 
❀An online Mandarin Teacher from Taiwan, I'd like to share Chinese Classical Literature with my voice -Taiwan Accent- to the world. ❀一名線上中文老師;用台灣腔讀(读)中國古代文學(学) ↓↓More ME↓↓ ⁣✨IG ➡️ https://www.instagram.com/voice.mq/ ⁣⁣ ⁣✨Blog ➡️ http://voicemandarin.mystrikingly.com/#mandarin-courses ✨Sponsor me a cup of coffee☕ ➡️ https://payment.ecpay.com.tw/Broadcaster/Donate/D4DB69174BD3057CF5BDCD84264125E2 🙌If you'd like to encourage the effort I made, welcome to support this channel via the link and co ...
 
Learn Cantonese with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at CantoneseClass101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
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Is this a joke or an idiom? It's both! Come join us as we walk you through this story of a very relatable 成语. Transcript of the story and key vocabulary on our website https://www.roadtolearningchinese.com Want to get in contact with us? DM us at @roadtolearningchineseDi Eric and Martin
 
大家喜歡的旅遊方式都不一樣。有些人偏好完全沒有規劃的旅遊,覺得應該走到哪玩到哪,並且認為最重要的是一路上的驚喜。而有些人則偏好在旅遊前做好準備跟規劃,調查完當地的各種資料之後,再把行程排得滿滿滿。無論是偏好哪種,都有其道理。我在年輕的時候,偏好走到哪玩到哪的玩法,並且覺得一路上能結識不同的人,才是旅遊的樂趣所在。但是現在成為社會人之後,要請假出去旅遊本來就不容易,要在有限的時間內旅遊就使我變得比較有目的性。我現在出去旅遊很可能有兩個原因,一:為了要去遊覽當地的文物古蹟,二:單純想要躺在舒服的酒店休息。如果是為了第一個原因的話,那我就得事先做很多調查,比如當地的文化、博物館、歷史,這樣才能在旅遊的時候獲得最大的報酬。…
 
Please hit that Subscribe button on your Podcast player, so you won't miss the latest episode. Full Transcript of this episode can be found on our Patreon page 0:00-02:01 女:听故事说中文,听得越多说得越好,大家好,今天给大家带来故事解读,解读故事《活鸟还是死鸟》。 男:《活鸟还是死鸟》。 ..... For the full transcript of this episode and many others, please support us by becoming our patrons. *************…
 
In this super funny episode, Transition drummer Josh Edbrooke and ShaoLan look at the positive and negative ways you can use “always” in Chinese. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/217-always/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of useful Chinese phrases on Talk Chineasy websi…
 
Learn the Chinese word for “conference” with a real “Conference Guru” Martin Talvari. He is a co-founder of Myriad.live and was involved in running one of the biggest technology and investment conferences in the world, Slush. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/216-conference/Explore various topics,…
 
The author of the bestselling book Play Bigger, Kevin Maney joins ShaoLan to learn a hugely important word in Chinese, “big”! Find out why Kevin believes it is so key to “play big” in the modern world and also find out some bonus words along the way. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/215-big/Explo…
 
What things can you describe as “fresh” in Chinese? Learn how to pronounce the word perfectly along with today’s guest, Transition singer Jesse Edbrooke. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/214-fresh/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of useful Chinese phrases on Talk Chineas…
 
Learn how to say “new” in Chinese with Kickstarter’s Sean Leow and ShaoLan. Find out how to apply the word to describe “new year,” “new home,” “new book” and “newbie” and more! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/213-new/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of useful Chinese ph…
 
Potato is one kind of food ingredient that is quite popular for majority of the nations around the world. The dishes made by potatoes are varied, and mostly full of nutrition. In today’s story, we are going to look at the origin of potatoes, and the different names of potatoes in different regions of China. Join other motivated learners on your Chi…
 
For a traditional Chinese wedding, the bride and groom’s families will invite their family members and friends to have lunch or dinner together in a restaurant or wedding venue. In today’s story, we are going to look at a wedding preparation of a Chinese family. We will see that the bride’s mum and dad have different opinion towards the catering pr…
 
The novel of “Journey to the West” is quite famous among Chinese and Western. Some of the stories in the book are purely fictions, but some of them were written based on real event. In real history, the Monk Tsang went to Western and seeking for the Buddhist scriptures is a real event. However, there are some differences between the real history an…
 
You can ACCESS to the STUDY MATERIAL at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chillchat Monthly members have access to transcripts or show notes for previewing and reviewing, bonus episodes and many more perks! In this episode we are doing a small Olympics quiz with Baiwei and practice some related vocabulary in the meantime. ;) lNote: This podcast is inten…
 
Tony Curzon Price of Open Politics joins ShaoLan to learn two incredibly useful words ”open” and ”close” in Mandarin Chinese. Find out how the use of these verbs are different in Chinese than in English and be surprised at how many different situations you can use them in! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/tal…
 
Cute ducklings seem to always get what they want. Can the naughty pigeon get lucky too? English Episode: Duckling gets a cookie? (為什麼他有餅乾我沒有)Wèishéme tā yǒu bǐnggān wǒ méiyǒu Duckling gets a cookie? by Mo Willems--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chinesestartales/support
 
Musician Ida M. Paul has had many hit songs and her success is down to some great talent and an amazing work ethic. As a student at Harvard University, she knows about roommates and in this episode finds out how to say ”roommate” in Mandarin Chinese. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/211-roommate/…
 
Do you want to learn how Mandarin Chinese is spoken in Taiwan? Hit that play button, and find out! 100% Chinese content to help you learn naturally. What you will learn in this episode 這集你會學到的東西: (00:00:03) 開頭 (00:01:29) 消暑是什麼意思? (00:02:46) 消暑小物 (00:04:31) 日本人的消暑小物 (00:06:00) 我在日本最愛吃的消暑食物 (00:06:45) 日本的剉冰 (00:08:13) 台灣的剉冰 (00:09:23) 珍奶 (00:12:18) 怎…
 
Listen to this humorous episode in order to master the pronunciation of ”smells bad” in Mandarin Chinese with ShaoLan and Harvard University student Stephen Turban. Would you describe stinky tofu as a good smell or bad smell?! Listen and enjoy! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/210-smells-bad/Expl…
 
天衣无缝. Do you know this idiom? We tell you the story and give you a breakdown in both English and Chinese *Follow us on instagram @roadtolearningchinese for more chinese learning content *A transcript of the story, and a list of the some key vocabulary is listed on our website: *correction on podcast, we decided to get our own domain name!*: https:/…
 
Which style of English do you enjoy listening to? Singapore style, English style, American style. Learn how to express that and more in an entertaining conversation between Chineasy creator ShaoLan and Transition drummer Josh Edbrooke. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/209-english/Explore various …
 
Chinese expert and keen chef of Chinese cuisine James Trapp drops in to the studio in London to share some of the key ways to describe Chinese Cuisine. He also shares what he likes to make as his “signature dish.” This episode will almost certainly make you feel hungry! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/l…
 
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颱風天到底能不能叫外賣? 外賣平台餓了嗎,今天因為颱風的緣故,而停止上海部分區域的送餐。看到外賣小哥在大風大雨中送車搖搖晃晃,確實我也覺得在天氣惡劣的時候不應該叫外賣服務,增添外賣送貨人員的風險。 但另一方面,我也看到了一個外賣小哥因為送貨單數不多,空閒時幫忙清理排水口的影片。在讚嘆他幫助排水做好事的同時,也不禁懷疑是不是因為像我這樣不想增添麻煩的心理,導致外賣小哥沒有單可以接。 Medium link: https://freshjulie.medium.com/外賣-delivery-food-is-it-morally-wrong-to-order-delivery-food-on-typhoon-days-a4fe7f3a124f…
 
Josh Edbrooke, drummer from Transition shares why visiting hospital recently has been a positive experience. Find out from his conversation with ShaoLan how to say “hospital” and “dentist” in Chinese. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/207-hospital/Explore various topics, special guests, and expans…
 
最近有朋友連繫我,希望我能幫忙推薦中國的翻譯,以及做文字內容相關的人才。他表示,自己負責亞太區的內容,亞洲所有部分的內容都已經搞定了,就只剩中國區的,花了很多時間去處理,但卻怎麼都找不到人。在我跟他稍微簡介了中國的翻譯生態之後,確實自己也覺得,中國大陸的許多生態真的與各國不同。就單拿找翻譯人才這件事來說,在其他地方,大家可能會從Linkedin、Freelancer網站開始找,但是中國的譯者因為不使用這些網站,所以就算用了這些網站也找不到人。同樣地,就算是在世界各地通用的服務,在中國的使用者偏好也不同,故也就產生了獨特的環境。Medium link:https://freshjulie.medium.com/ep-獨特-unique-chinese-consumer-4a73c2a73710…
 
What does ancient Chinese wisdom have to do with kites? Find out that and more in this episode with ShaoLan and kiteboard inventor Tony Curzon Price! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/206-kite/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of useful Chinese phrases on Talk Chineasy web…
 
The story of Songtsan Gambo and Princess Wencheng is not only familiar to Chinese people, but also to many foreign friends. People would like to think of their marriage as a fairy tale story, but it might not be the case. However it laid the foundation for the communication between Tibet and the Central Plains. In today’s story, we are going to loo…
 
In Chinese people’s perception, peace and safe has significant value. There are many blessing phrases related to peace and safe. Also, there are several things had become the symbols to represent peace and safe. In today’s story, we are going to take a look at what did people use to express the blessing of peace and safe during ancient time. Join o…
 
For some people, the main motivation to learn a foreign language may be the interests in a country's culture. In today’s story, we are going to meet an English teacher who is working in Shanghai. He made a plan for his vacation in Beijing and Xi’an. He is a big fan of Chinese culture. Join other motivated learners on your Chinese learning journey w…
 
You can ACCESS to the STUDY MATERIAL at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chillchat Monthly members have access to transcripts or show notes for previewing and reviewing, bonus episodes and many more perks! We are continuing the topic of online shopping and talking about advantages and disadvantages of it. We will learn some cool phrases such as ‘have b…
 
How do you say ”let’s take a selfie” and ”take a picture” in Mandarin Chinese? Find out with Chineasy creator ShaoLan and the world famous photographer Chase Jarvis from CreativeLive. When you listen you will find out why the Chinese description of the phrase is so poetic! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/tal…
 
How do you say ”go abroad” in Mandarin Chinese? And what differences are there between that and the literal translation in English? Transition drummer Josh joins ShaoLan to find out! Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/204-go-abroad/Explore various topics, special guests, and expansive list of usefu…
 
Immensely popular student Stephen Turban learns the word for ”popularity” in Mandarin Chinese. Understand the right ways to use the word and also find our more about the Chinese concept of destiny or ”yuan fen” 緣分/缘分. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://www.chineasy.com/talk/lessons/203-popularity/Explore various topics, special…
 
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