Rob Bailey, Managing Director of Journey Instruments based in Xiamen China, shares how to learn Mandarin. He should know too — after living in China for 20 years and building a successful travel guitar company.[Read more…] about How To Learn Chinese in Xiamen — Rob Bailey
In his first interview with Elementary Chinese, Michael Hart shares the best way to study Mandarin from his experience learning Chinese in China since 1996.
Michael lives in Tianjin, works as the managing director of Tianjin Jones Lang LaSalle, and serves as the Vice Chairman for the Tianjin Chapter of AmCham China. Well established and committed to Tianjin, Michael uses his Mandarin to empower his business team, represent American business interests to the Chinese government and build relationships with professionals in Tianjin, China.
In this video, I’ll teach you how to say Happy Mother’s day in Chinese.
This holiday only comes once a year. If you live in China and are married (Chinese wife or not) you’ll want to know how to say happy Mother’s Day in Mandarin.
In this video, you get to listen as I order street food and have a good time talking to bystanders.
I also pause the video throughout and insert explanations of useful Chinese phrases just before they’re spoken to help you learn Mandarin.
The best way to learn Mandarin Chinese is to listen more frequently to conversation and practice listening to Chinese as much as you can.
In this video Muhammad, a student at Tianjin University shares how he learned Chinese so well in such a short period of time. Since he’s only been in China for six months, his accomplishment is even more impressive.[Read more…] about How To Study Chinese Fast
To celebrate 100 subscribers on YouTube, I made a special video sharing a bit about myself and what to say when someone sneezes!
The Great Firewall of China
Want to use the VPN I use for a stable, quick connection in China? I depend on it to upload more than six videos a week and live-stream on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram. And here’s my second choice for a VPN. Plus, when you download from either link, they share some of the cost with me, so I can keep creating the videos you love.