The northeastern provinces of China are still the best places to study and practice Chinese. Many learners choose to go to Hebei, Heilongjiang, and Liaoning. These provinces are where native Mandarin speakers speak with the clearest accent. Here are a few cities that are excellent choices for Mandarin study and use in everyday life:
Beijing is also noted for its use of standard Mandarin, although Beijingers do speak with a slight accent. Many other cities throughout China have local dialects however, but the locals will be happy to speak in standard Mandarin with you on the street. Still, you and the locals might have slight challenges in understanding one another compared to, say, Harbin.
Regardless of your location, you can now learn Mandarin Chinese from anywhere in the world—Shenyang, Atlanta or any other city you might call home.
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I suggest taking a look at our website: eChineseLearning.com With all the choices you have when it comes to type and class of travel, it can certainly get a little confusing. Now that you know how to get from one city to another, today we will take a look at how to get across town by taking the subway and bus.
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If you aren’t interested in online classes but instead want to find other resources, you can check out our blog , which we update weekly with interesting posts about Chinese language and culture. Also, do take a peak at our English-Chinese dictionary, and don’t hesitate to give our many podcasts a listen.
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