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There are *lots* of online resources for people learning Chinese, including lots of blogs, videos, and tips. It’s hard to keep track of these all, and even harder to know where to turn to improve your Chinese.).
That’s where Mandarin Weekly steps in. Every Monday, Mandarin Weekly gives you about 20 high-quality, curated links to online resources for people learning Chinese. You can think of it as a “best of the Web” for people learning Chinese, updated every week to reflect the latest and greatest content.
Whether it’s a vocabulary lesson about the latest Chinese holiday, or grammar patterns that you should know, or four-character sayings (cheng yu) that can come in handy, Mandarin Weekly tries to find you the best, most interesting, and most useful links.
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Mandarin Weekly is edited by Reuven Lerner, a freelance computer consultant who has been studying Chinese since 2014, and who travels to China several times each year for work. Because it’s edited by someone who is learning himself, you can be sure that these links will be of interest to students of Chinese, without long, boring vocabulary lists.
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