Are you ready to take your Chinese learning to the next level? Ninchanese has a variety of worlds that cater to different skill levels and interests, so you can learn at your own pace and focus on the topics that interest you most. Here’s a breakdown of what you can expect from each world:
Are you a fan of Chinese manhua? If so, you’re in for a treat! Chinese manhua has a long history, and some of the most beloved titles of all time come from the genre. Manhua is also full of different styles of stories, giving you a unique insight into Chinese culture.
With March 2022 having come and gone, one burning question is on all Chinese learners’ lips: did the new HSK 3.0 come out as it was supposed to? Short answer: Yes, sort of, but only for the higher levels. And also no, for the HSK 1-6. Dive in, learner, because this is juicy.
Do you want to be able to read Chinese without learning it? Reader apps provide graded Chinese texts and tools to help you decipher a text quickly. Today we’re reviewing Du Chinese, one of the most popular Graded Chinese readers.
Today is the Qixi festival! What is the Qixi festival? It’s a romantic day when lovers exchange gifts! Let’s celebrate love! 七夕快乐! Qī xī jié kuài lè! Happy Chinese Valentine’s!
In a word, yes. But not for the reasons you might think. It depends on why you want to learn Chinese.
When learning a language, sometimes it’s good to check in with oneself and reassess one’s goals. Why are you learning Chinese? What’s your motivation? Whether it’s for personal growth, interest, or obtaining a specific objective, there is a myriad of good reasons to learn Mandarin Chinese. And, just in case the pandemic and the closed […]
What are That’s Mandarin live online classes like? Should you give their NihaoCafe online platform a try? We checked them out so you could get an idea of what to expect!
Did you know there’s a famous poem in Chinese composed of one sound and one sound only? What is this one-sound poem? How do you read a poem with only one sound? Welcome to the tale of the “Lion-Eating poet in the Stone Den”.
A new version of the Android app is out, and meowsome news: Traditional Chinese has graduated out of beta! Read on for details.