This is a newsletter for advanced students run by Andrew Methven. The free version includes a weekly newsletter with highlighted readings and some interesting vocabulary highlighted and discussed. While I think most of your vocabulary should be naturally absorbed by reading extensively, it’s great to receive a weekly dose of potentially useful vocabulary, presented in context and along with some reading practice. This is particularly good for getting into new topics you haven’t studied in Chinese, which is considerably easier with some handholding.
There are also extra premium features not covered by this recommendation, such as audio recordings, extra material, subscribers webinars and more, but the free weekly newsletter is enough to land Slow Chinese on this list of the best free Chinese reading resources! If you do end up subscribing, this link will give you 10% off and will also help support Hacking Chinese.
This resource was featured in my article [The 10 best Chinese reading resources for beginner, intermediate and advanced students]https://www.hackingchinese.com/10-best-free-chinese-reading-resources-beginner-intermediate-advanced/).