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Ready for some serious Chinese learning? World 4 is here!

Fearing you’re going to be spending too much time with your family these holidays and looking for a way to get away? We might have just what you need: a fresh new world to explore on Ninchanese! Yup, we’re very proud to announce the arrival of World 4: Rock on, Tiger! on the app.

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Advanced Beginner Chinese learning tips Intermediate Ninchanese Vocabulary

Voice and stroke order animation update

Welcome to this week’s beta update! There were quite a lot of things in store in this week’s beta update to keep improving your Chinese learning experience. A new voice for the app’s sounds, way better stroke order animations, improved word pages, and more await you in the app!

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Advanced Beginner Chinese learning tips Intermediate Ninchanese Vocabulary

The Automatic Sound, Stars and Awesome Popup Beta Update

It’s been a while since our last blog article about an update, as we’ve been working on all sorts of improvements but keeping things under wraps, and silent doing little updates here and there (adding a new progress indicator, for instance). Our last major update added more content: World 2 and World 3 and plenty of […]

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Advanced Beginner Intermediate Ninchanese

A Roadmap for Ninchanese: our Post-Kickstarter Plan

Ninchanese is funded on Kickstarter! It’s both really exciting and humbling to have so many backers believe in us and in our gamified Chinese learning app! We now have our work cut out to keep improving and growing Ninchanese. Read on to see what features we’ll be bringing to Ninchanese in the next 6 months!

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We have a winner!

The Ninchallenge Tournament, which started on the 13th of July, ended last night, on the 26th of July! Over 25,000 words were played and close to 3,000 Ninchallenges were fought over these two weeks. What a success for this first edition of the Ninchallenge Tournament! Our 100+ Ninchallengers did good! We’re very proud to announce the […]

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The Ninchallenge Tournament is now open!

Join the action of the first ever Ninchallenge Tournament! For the next two weeks, Ninchanese is holding a Tournament for Chinese learners across the world. Starting today, you can play fun battles with your friends and other Chinese learners over your knowledge of Chinese! There are cool prizes to win for the Ninchampion!

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Advanced Beginner Intermediate Ninchanese Vocabulary

Announcing the Ninchallenge Tournament!

Here at Ninchanese, we’re happy to announce our very first Ninchallenge Tournament! This is a tournament specially made for Chinese learners and dedicated to Chinese learners. You’ll be playing fun and friendly battles with your friends and other Chinese learners from across the world. Do you have what it takes to the NinChampion?

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Advanced Beginner Intermediate Ninchanese

Beta update: better voice recognition in Chinese

Your Nincha Team has been working hard these past few days – weeks – on a beta update for Ninchanese that a lot of you Nincha learners had been asking for: improving our dialogue stages! And now, as you Nincha Learners requested this the most: we’ve dedicated this update to improving the way our voice recognition works […]

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Advanced Chinese culture Intermediate Popular Vocabulary

Top 10 Chinese catchphrases you have to know

At Ninchanese, we aim to teach you both at the same time, so today, we’re showing you some really funny and popular Chinese catchphrases. They’re really handy if you want to chat online or talk to your Chinese-speaking friends. And they are great to learn, because they always reflect current issues and help you understand […]

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Apologize like an expert in Chinese with these 6 key expressions!

Last time, we wrote about 对不起, 抱歉 and 不好意思, the three words Chinese people use on a day-to-day basis to say sorry and apologize. How to say a little bit more than sorry?