When learning Chinese blogs are a great source for ideas, tips and inspiration. These are my favorite Chinese learning blogs.
Blogs come an go and some of them have already turned into online fossils. So when I made this top 10, I looked for four things:
- Engaging and fresh content
Top 11 blogs for learning Mandarin
ONE: Hacking Chinese
THREE: The Linguist Blog
FOUR: Chinese Zero to Hero
SIX: Keats Blog
This is the corporate blog from the Keats Chinese school in Kunming, China. Here you find anything from the latest HSK-updates to practical learning advice like the do’s and dont’s of self-studying Mandarin Chinese, but also relevant information about living in China. My personal favorite is their series about China’s major cities.
SEVEN: Outlier-Linguistics Blog
NINE: Chineasy Blog
TEN: Sapore di Cina
ELEVEN: Mandarin Monkey
What’s your favorite Chinese learning blog? Please feel free to comment down below.
Graded Chinese readers
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9 thoughts on “Learning Chinese? 11 BLOGS you should know about”
Great list, thank you for putting this together!
It’s sad to see that some of these wonderful blogs haven’t been updated for a long time or are not updated frequently. I hope to see fresh posts from their authors soon.
As an avid Chinese learner, I’m always in search of new blogs and resources to supplement my study. One of my recent findings is Hack Chinese blog – https://www.hackchinese.com/blog. I came to this blog looking for some tips to improve my Chinese vocabulary, and I immediately fell in love with it. This blog is run by Daniel Nalesnik, a guy who moved to Hong Kong from the US and dedicated over 10 years to studying Chinese. Daniel shares his practical advice on how to expand your vocabulary, improve pronunciation, and other important aspects of learning Chinese.
This blog has earned a lasting place among my favorite blogs for learning Chinese. I hope other language learners will enjoy it too.
Thanks very much for the tip! Impressive. I’ll check it out. Their learning tool looks pretty cool as well.
Have you heard of TUTOROO?
You can learn the Mandarin language by hiring a private tutor and TUTOROO can help you connect with them. You can also choose your own Mandarin tutor from their for online and in-person classes. Check out their website for more information. Hope this helps!
Excellent, I’ll add Tutoroo to the list. Thanks! : )
This is a great blog. A very useful Blog for Chinese learners. Lots of interesting resources for listening, reading and grammar.Thanks for sharing