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Online Mandarin Learning Resources
Author Matthew Wong Published on Feb 27, 2015 in Study Mandarin

Start Learning Mandarin Online. There is a number of great online Mandarin learning resources. Some are free whilst others cost money though they will certainly assist you in learning Chinese. We have done the work for you and hand picked the best learning Chinese learning tools out there and...

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Author Sally Ren Published on Sep 15, 2014 in mandarin

Whether you are already enjoying your China experience or just about to start your adventure in this amazing part of the world, we believe that our selection of easy-to-use and entertaining online resources will be of great aid to you in your Mandarin learning endeavours!

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Author Reece Ayers Published on Jun 30, 2014 in ImmerQi

Every culture had different superstitions and beliefs surrounding numbers. China does too and there are interesting reasons behind what makes a number lucky or unlucky...

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Author Reece Ayers Published on Mar 13, 2014 in study

Chinese is a pretty tricky language for most foreigners to pick up. One of the main reasons for this is because of 'tones' - a very important aspect of Chinese language that can mean the difference between calling someone a 'Mother' and a 'Horse'! The following is a...

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Author Sameer Choglay Published on Dec 16, 2013 in travel

My expectations of Beijing before arriving was that of an over-populated, heavily polluted city where every native was out to take advantage, in one way or another, of my “foreigness”. I’m fully aware this sounds reminiscent of a Hollywood setting for a dystopian future, but...

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Author Reece Ayers Published on Sep 29, 2013 in travel

One China Internship Program participant reflects on her experiences in Shanghai, the highs and lows, and how she ultimately emerged from the experience enriched as individual.

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Author Katie Lawles Published on Mar 15, 2013 in professional

ImmerQi has been established in the media in China and many other places in the world. Yet, what is not always advertised is the ImmerQi staff that make the company what it is.

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Author Katie Lawles Published on Dec 18, 2012 in study

At first glance, chinese characters even as simple as this 一个 can be daunting. To consider how many characters there are and how different they can be is enough to cause most people to give up and focus on speaking. However, there are some tips to learning Chinese characters that simplify them...

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Author Katie Lawles Published on Dec 18, 2012 in study

Studying in China can be difficult and offers new problems one might not come across when studying in the West. There are certain ways to get the most out of your studies in China and be the most efficient.

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Author Sofie Söderin Published on Dec 11, 2012 in travel

It might be hard to imagine what your life in China could be like, so I thought I'd share what a normal day in my China looks like. Not that all internships look the same, but it might give you a better idea of what it can be like.

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