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Playful Illustrations Make It Easy to Learn Chinese. By ShaoLan Hsueh.

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12 Awesome Channels to Learn Chinese with YouTube

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Learn Chinese with Mandagrams Part 2Art and design inspiration from around the world – CreativeRoots

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身体 Body Last one from the Little Dragons for today. Anyone heard the Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes song in Mandarin?

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Him, her, it and it - learn the various characters for "ta1" - with beginner sentences.

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Chinese Words for Colors - Learn Chinese

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Basic Chinese Vocabulary Words - Learn Chinese

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This is seriously the best Chinese language learning site I've come across yet. Learn by watching engaging Youtube videos in a platform that shows a choice of characters, pinyin and English. Streamlines vocab building, offers games and SRS for better memory retention, and categorizes videos by level of difficulty. The content is all authentic, as opposed to the overly scripted textbooks.

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Yoyo Chinese's video-based pinyin chart includes 90+ video explanations for hard to pronounce Mandarin sounds AND audio demonstrations of all 400+ pinyin syllables.

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who knew the secret to making hydrangeas last was so easy?

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Describing your family tree in Chinese aint no easy feat: what you call your relatives depend on whether theyre on your dads side or on your moms side, and on the order in which each relative was born! So to make explaining your family tree to your Chinese friends a lot easier, we created this awesome-looking infographic. Tell us (in Chinese!) what your family is like! The Nincha Team! Download the PDF here.

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Three simple ways of expressing wanting to do something, with different implications.

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Chinese Vocabulary Words for Emotions and Feelings - Learn Chinese

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Chinese Words for Professions - Learn Chinese

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Top 5 Chinese Learning Apps for Kids via Miss Panda Chinese

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Chinese radicals very clear chart: Introducing the new Chinese Radicals Scroll : Mandarin Poster $15

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▶ Chinese Tone Changing rules - Google Hangout with Yangyang - YouTube

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Learn Chinese | Online Video Lessons | Yoyo Chinese

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Chinese Vocabulary Words for Meal Times and Food - Learn Chinese

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Chinese Words for Times of Day - Learn Chinese

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List of high frequency Chinese characters. Very useful for Chinese learning.

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40 common radicals in Chinese (Simplified)

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Chineasy: The New Way to Read Chinese is a collaboration between author ShaoLan Hsueh and graphic artist Noma Bar designed to provide a simple way to learn Chinese by combining the characters themselves with illustrations.

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Kanji are actually most of the time just pictures of what they are describing! Super helpful for remembering kanji

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