Chinese people, usually do not celebrate love on February 14, since it’s a Christian celebration coming from the Roman antiquity era. On July 7, Qīxī day (七夕), Chinese people hold their own celebration of love (Christmas and the Chinese New Year are also great excuses to ask for gifts from your significant other).
But young Chinese people like to immerse themselves in western culture and sometimes plan romantic activities on this special day, February 14. Let’s take this opportunity to spread our love in Chinese with 6 different ways to tell that special person you like them.
The Holidays are upon us! Are you excited? Feeling curious to know how Christmas and the Holidays are celebrated in China? Read on below to discover the purrfect words in Chinese for the Holidays you’ll be learning so you can wish happy holidays to those around you in Mandarin Chinese.
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 new stages, wohoo!
Hot on the wheels of World 2, we’re very excited to be now giving you access to World 3 of Ninchanese in Early Access! We worked hard to bring you plenty of new content at an intermediate level of Mandarin Chinese. Intermediate learners, this is for you: pre-order and get access to plenty of new content to skyrocket your Chinese level.
Did you finish World 1? Were you anxiously waiting for more content to learn? Well, the wait is over: World 2 is here! Are you ready to take your Chinese to the next level? World 2 is available in early access, so if you’re interested in unlocking these sweet new stages, read on!
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!
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 winner of the very first Ninchallenge Tournament. And the winner is….
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!
TGIF! We found some Friday fun for you! And it’s all in Chinese 🙂 It’s a silly little Chinese app called My Idol (小偶) that turns you into a hilarious 3D dancing cartoon… Upload your picture, let it map it out in 3D, choose what your avatar is going to look like and have fun exploring!