Hacking Chinese Resources
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26 resources found.
Hanping Chinese Dictionary Pro and Hanping Chinese Camera are the two highest rated Android apps on Google's Play Store. The dictionary (both free and paid editions available) gives you the ability... Read more.
hanpingchinese – over 5 years
The Marco Polo Project is a digital community reading and translating new writing from China. The website proposes a diverse and original selection of new Chinese writing by independent journalists... Read more.
Julien Leyre – almost 6 years
A blog of beginner, intermediate, and advanced Chinese reading materials with full English translations. Read more.
Kai Carver – about 5 years
Ninchanese is a complete way to learn Chinese. Its online course allows you to learn and practice how to read, write, speak and understand Chinese in an enjoyable manner. It combines game mechanics... Read more.
Sarah – almost 4 years
Through video, text and audio, this course helps you become a better language learner. It also explains many Chinese-specific learning strategies necessary to avoid wasting lots of time or missing ... Read more.
Olle Linge – about 4 years
Chinese dictionary for Android with handwriting, OCR, flashcards, audio, document reader, stroke order, and more than 20 available dictionary databases. Read more.
mikelove – over 5 years
This is Carl Fordham's blog about his mission to go from being an advanced native speaker to becoming a professional translator. He shares an awful lot of interesting and directly applicable materi... Read more.
Olle Linge – over 5 years
This course is designed to give a practical command of spoken Standard Chinese. Nine situational modules form the core of the course. Each core module consists of tapes, a student textbook, and a w... Read more.
Olle Linge – almost 6 years
Finally, Duolingo added a En->ZH course. As Duolingo is the most popular gamification learning app, the learning experience is relatively streamlined and tested. The monetarization aspect leads to ... Read more.
stefanwienert – almost 2 years
Mondly is a mobile app very similar to Duolingo (which does not support Chinese). Pro: * more or less straight course to take, no distractions * It has several languages besides Chinese. Th... Read more.
stefan-wienert – over 2 years
Snowflake Books' aim is to introduce English translations to children of specially chosen, ancient legends and folk tales alongside the Chinese language (traditional Mandarin or simplified) to fost... Read more.
Olle Linge – almost 5 years
Have you ever wondered how names from other languages are transliterated into Chinese? There is actually a reference table where you can see how different sounds are translated into Chinese charact... Read more.
Olle Linge – almost 6 years