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Chinese Learning Tools

eChineseLearning not only gives you the most effective learning methods, but also recommends the most useful study tools for your Mandarin learning journey. In this special edition, beyond giving you specific tools to help you master Chinese, we are going to introduce an essential kitbag of things you might need while traveling in China or living in China. Read on, and you will find everything you could possibly need in order to practice and perfect your Chinese in any given situation or scenario.

Let’s face it: The Internet has changed everything. And, “everything” includes Mandarin Chinese language learning! Years ago, the classroom and textbooks were the only resources available to begin learning Chinese. However, with recent online resources emerging, learning Mandarin Chinese is easier and more accessible than ever. Chinese language learners can now take online lessons, learn ...


There is one thing that almost all Mandarin Chinese language students here in China have in common: we don’t have our own personal cars. Owing a car in China and being licensed to drive is a complicated and expensive process. Plus, the public transportation such as trains, buses, and even bicycle-sharing is great!
For the most ...


The 微信 (wēixìn) WeChat app is not only an important part of life in China, it is essential. By the end of 2016, WeChat had over a billion accounts created, and 700 million accounts were active. Outside of China, 70 million users are also active on WeChat. It’s a great way to infiltrate the world ...


Meal time is an essential part of daily life in China. The importance of eating even influences the the daily language of the Chinese. For example, New Yorkers may greet friends with “How ya doin?” While traditionally friends in China may ask “你吃了吗? (Nǐ chī le ma?)” or “Have you eaten yet?” Although this expression is losing ...


Chinese pinyin is a phonetic system to help people learn Chinese easier and make sense of it quicker. The alphabet is the key tool for learning Mandarin Chinese as it encompasses every sound in Mandarin Chinese.


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