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Learn Mandarin Now Podcast

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Learn Mandarin Now Podcast
Learn Mandarin Now Podcast

Learn Mandarin Now Podcast

Song: Mandarin Chinese Teacher, Podcast Host, Less

43
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49
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Latest Episodes

Ask Experts 005: The Incredible Story behind Jan Wostyn’s Journey Learning Mandarin Chinese

Many students go to China are interested in learning Mandarin Chinese and Chinese culture but don’t really take the time and effort to study either. This was not the case for Jan Wostyn who, in 2001 came to China and studied at three different top universities (华中师范大学,厦门大学,复旦大学) ,and then co-founded Hutong School, which is now ... Read Post

91 MIN2017 MAY 3
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Ask Experts 005: The Incredible Story behind Jan Wostyn’s Journey Learning Mandarin Chinese

Ask Experts 004: Learning Chinese Online with Chinese Teacher Charles Cai

In a number of our previous Podcasts I’ve previously recommended Italki, a platform to find online language teachers. As technology is developing, it’s now very easy and convenient to find language teachers and tutors to meet your learning needs. Yet, just how you make the most of your online classes is essential to your studies. ... Read Post

44 MIN2017 MAR 4
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Ask Experts 004: Learning Chinese Online with Chinese Teacher Charles Cai

Ask Experts 003: Albert Wolfe on learning Mandarin Chinese through music, books, daily life in China and if he had to start all over again!

I’m very pleased to welcome Albert Wolfe to this week’s Podcast interview. Albert is an expert and quite a “star” in the Mandarin Chinese learning world and I have been following his blog LaowaiChinese.net(老外中文)for quite a long time. Albert now lives in Guangzhou, China. We covered a plethora of topics in this session, including his ... Read Post

32 MIN2017 JAN 2
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Ask Experts 003: Albert Wolfe on learning Mandarin Chinese through music, books, daily life in China and if he had to start all over again!

230: Talking about good and bad news in Mandarin Chinese

Life is full of ups and downs and some people believe that for every piece of good news there is some bad or not so good news coming your way. However, often the bad news is not so serious and can easily be overcome—leaving you to focus on the good news such as passing an ... Read Post

6 MIN2016 DEC 30
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230: Talking about good and bad news in Mandarin Chinese

229: Fixing technical problems in Mandarin Chinese

Computers and their associated software are the mainstay of office working life—in fact, it’s hard to imagine how we managed to work without them! Yet, now and then, malfunctions occur and this may be with the hardware or, more likely, the software which is susceptible to virus or malware applications. Then, just who do you ... Read Post

11 MIN2016 DEC 29
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229: Fixing technical problems in Mandarin Chinese

228: How to express your disappointment in Mandarin Chinese

It’s always upsetting or disappointing when something goes wrong or doesn’t go according to plan; and, perhaps, more so when the issue or problem is not caused by you. Some things you can endeavour to solve to get over your disappointment, but with others such as the weather there is very little you can do ... Read Post

8 MIN2016 DEC 28
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228: How to express your disappointment in Mandarin Chinese

227: How to talk about the books you have recently read in Mandarin Chinese

Most people enjoying reading for leisure, as well as reading to learn. If you like novels or stories you probably have your own particular tastes in what you prefer to read, and it’s rare for someone to like, say, science fiction and also classic literature. Still, that’s just one of the reasons why there are ... Read Post

11 MIN2016 DEC 27
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227: How to talk about the books you have recently read in Mandarin Chinese

226: How to talk about success in Mandarin Chinese

Success can mean different things to different people. To some it’s all about getting ahead in your career, getting a high salary and becoming a leader at work. To others it’s more to do with having a family, preferably a son and a daughter, and being able to take care of them and see them ... Read Post

13 MIN2016 DEC 26
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226: How to talk about success in Mandarin Chinese

Ask Experts 002: Learning Mandarin Chinese online, living and working in China, plus so much more with Ivan Batishchev from Italki!

Welcome to another Podcast interview! Today’s guest is Ivan Batishchev who is a PR and digital communications executive from Italki. Ivan lives and works in Shanghai, China and can speak 5 languages: Russian, Ukrainian, English, German and, of course, Mandarin Chinese! In this interview, he shares lots of his interesting experiences and stories about his ... Read Post

59 MIN2016 DEC 25
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Ask Experts 002: Learning Mandarin Chinese online, living and working in China, plus so much more with Ivan Batishchev from Italki!

225: How to talk about a job promotion in Mandarin Chinese

The job market in China is very competitive and employers are always looking out for new, capable staff. It’s very tempting to change jobs for more money, or if you think you will have better promotion prospects in another company. Learn how to discuss in Mandarin Chinese about your career plans or listen to a ... Read Post

7 MIN2016 NOV 11
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225: How to talk about a job promotion in Mandarin Chinese

Latest Episodes

Ask Experts 005: The Incredible Story behind Jan Wostyn’s Journey Learning Mandarin Chinese

Many students go to China are interested in learning Mandarin Chinese and Chinese culture but don’t really take the time and effort to study either. This was not the case for Jan Wostyn who, in 2001 came to China and studied at three different top universities (华中师范大学,厦门大学,复旦大学) ,and then co-founded Hutong School, which is now ... Read Post

91 MIN2017 MAY 3
Comments
Ask Experts 005: The Incredible Story behind Jan Wostyn’s Journey Learning Mandarin Chinese

Ask Experts 004: Learning Chinese Online with Chinese Teacher Charles Cai

In a number of our previous Podcasts I’ve previously recommended Italki, a platform to find online language teachers. As technology is developing, it’s now very easy and convenient to find language teachers and tutors to meet your learning needs. Yet, just how you make the most of your online classes is essential to your studies. ... Read Post

44 MIN2017 MAR 4
Comments
Ask Experts 004: Learning Chinese Online with Chinese Teacher Charles Cai

Ask Experts 003: Albert Wolfe on learning Mandarin Chinese through music, books, daily life in China and if he had to start all over again!

I’m very pleased to welcome Albert Wolfe to this week’s Podcast interview. Albert is an expert and quite a “star” in the Mandarin Chinese learning world and I have been following his blog LaowaiChinese.net(老外中文)for quite a long time. Albert now lives in Guangzhou, China. We covered a plethora of topics in this session, including his ... Read Post

32 MIN2017 JAN 2
Comments
Ask Experts 003: Albert Wolfe on learning Mandarin Chinese through music, books, daily life in China and if he had to start all over again!

230: Talking about good and bad news in Mandarin Chinese

Life is full of ups and downs and some people believe that for every piece of good news there is some bad or not so good news coming your way. However, often the bad news is not so serious and can easily be overcome—leaving you to focus on the good news such as passing an ... Read Post

6 MIN2016 DEC 30
Comments
230: Talking about good and bad news in Mandarin Chinese

229: Fixing technical problems in Mandarin Chinese

Computers and their associated software are the mainstay of office working life—in fact, it’s hard to imagine how we managed to work without them! Yet, now and then, malfunctions occur and this may be with the hardware or, more likely, the software which is susceptible to virus or malware applications. Then, just who do you ... Read Post

11 MIN2016 DEC 29
Comments
229: Fixing technical problems in Mandarin Chinese

228: How to express your disappointment in Mandarin Chinese

It’s always upsetting or disappointing when something goes wrong or doesn’t go according to plan; and, perhaps, more so when the issue or problem is not caused by you. Some things you can endeavour to solve to get over your disappointment, but with others such as the weather there is very little you can do ... Read Post

8 MIN2016 DEC 28
Comments
228: How to express your disappointment in Mandarin Chinese

227: How to talk about the books you have recently read in Mandarin Chinese

Most people enjoying reading for leisure, as well as reading to learn. If you like novels or stories you probably have your own particular tastes in what you prefer to read, and it’s rare for someone to like, say, science fiction and also classic literature. Still, that’s just one of the reasons why there are ... Read Post

11 MIN2016 DEC 27
Comments
227: How to talk about the books you have recently read in Mandarin Chinese

226: How to talk about success in Mandarin Chinese

Success can mean different things to different people. To some it’s all about getting ahead in your career, getting a high salary and becoming a leader at work. To others it’s more to do with having a family, preferably a son and a daughter, and being able to take care of them and see them ... Read Post

13 MIN2016 DEC 26
Comments
226: How to talk about success in Mandarin Chinese

Ask Experts 002: Learning Mandarin Chinese online, living and working in China, plus so much more with Ivan Batishchev from Italki!

Welcome to another Podcast interview! Today’s guest is Ivan Batishchev who is a PR and digital communications executive from Italki. Ivan lives and works in Shanghai, China and can speak 5 languages: Russian, Ukrainian, English, German and, of course, Mandarin Chinese! In this interview, he shares lots of his interesting experiences and stories about his ... Read Post

59 MIN2016 DEC 25
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Ask Experts 002: Learning Mandarin Chinese online, living and working in China, plus so much more with Ivan Batishchev from Italki!

225: How to talk about a job promotion in Mandarin Chinese

The job market in China is very competitive and employers are always looking out for new, capable staff. It’s very tempting to change jobs for more money, or if you think you will have better promotion prospects in another company. Learn how to discuss in Mandarin Chinese about your career plans or listen to a ... Read Post

7 MIN2016 NOV 11
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225: How to talk about a job promotion in Mandarin Chinese