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”.
Nincha was super excited to be with Mat visiting the Chinese Parts of Pairi Daiza this weekend! Take a small walk with Nincha and see his pictures to discover Chinese buildings and the little China that lives in Pairi Daiza.
Time for a new word-building! Today’s “Play with Chinese words” concerns Chinese humor! It’s all about playing and laughing. You are with your friends and one of your friends cracks a joke. everyone laugh and so the party starts. It’s the best time of your life for sure. A joke a day keeps the doctor away! So let’s […]
Have you heard the expression 厉害了，我的歌! used in Chinese yet? This piece of slang to say you rock in Chinese has been gaining widespread popularity online in China and is real hot right now. Let’s explore this new popular slang expression in Mandarin!
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 […]
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!