In case you’ve just started learning Chinese or not, what are the differences in the 2 different ways of writing Chinese characters? The written Chinese language uses Simplified Chinese characters and Traditional Chinese characters. Let’s see the difference between the two ways of writing Chinese characters. And let’s find out which Chinese character set is for you!read more
Sometimes you think you know a Chinese word, but when you try to type it in your Chinese IME, you can’t find it. I’m sure this has happened multiple times to you. It could be for various reasons, maybe you don’t have the right pinyin. Or maybe there’s a spelling mistake in what you’re typing. How do you know?
How do you find the Chinese character you are looking for?read more
We’re really glad to announce all dialogues stages on Ninchanese are now puuurfect! The voice recognition understands all your tones perfectly and you can score 100% on every stage!read more
You Today, we’re incredibly excited to announce a new science-based world on Ninchanese: the Universe of Chinese Characters – the most advanced way to learn Chinese Characters yet. This all-new word on Ninchanese has been designed with one goal in mind: to drive your Chinese character acquisition like no other. In a world that goes back to the Big Bang of Chinese, you’ll easily learn characters in a newly optimized way. Feeling excited? Let’s see what this new world is all about. To infinity, and beyond!read more
The More, The Merrier! Little dragon, one more piece of advice before you fly off on your own. Once you’ve said yes to new adventures, find old and new friends to join you on them. The more, the merrier, especially when it comes to learning Chinese.
Did you try to build your focus? Did Confucius’s proverb help you? I bet you’re on the right path to building patience! It takes time, but don’t worry you’ll master it soon. That reminds me of another Master. The notorious Jet Li. For him, having good energy and never feeling let down no matter what were key. Here’s what he said:
Did you dare talk to someone in Chinese? How did it go? If you made mistakes while speaking, don’t worry about it. You tried and that’s a great step forward. Don’t be too demanding with yourself. All you need is to keep on practicing and be patient. As dear Confucius once said:
Motivation is key to becoming a great Chinese speaker, but you know what else is important? Confidence! You need to feel confident enough to dare talk to someone in Chinese and practice. It can be scary, at first, to talk Chinese in front of strangers, you may be afraid of being mocked or observed. But if you don’t try, you’ll never reach your goal. Don’t let shyness rule your fluency!
Accepting failure is not a piece of (moon) cake! How do you recover from failing or making a mistake? Well, you can start by keeping this Chinese proverb as your mantra or go-to positive sentence:
Xiào kǒu cháng kāi, hǎo yùn zìrán lái
Keep smiling and good luck will come to you