Watch Chinese cartoons Sponge Bob & Dora the Explorer (for kids learning Mandarin)

Just wanted to share a couple links that I came across the other day for watching Chinese language versions of kids cartoons.  It looks like you can watch quite a few episodes free via cntv.

Sponge Bob Square Pants

Also known in Chinese as 海绵宝宝 hǎi mián bǎobǎo. Click here to watch an episode titled 破坏狂表弟 pò huài kuáng biǎo dì, which I will really need some help translating....  After watching you can click thumbnails below for more episodes.

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Dora the Explorer

Also known in Chinese as 爱探险的朵拉 ài tànxiǎn de Duǒlā. A nice translation: Loves to Explore Dora. I think even in the US Dora works in some Mandarin in her episodes. Click here to watch episode 33 (and use thumbnails for more)

(links via Language Learning Lab)

 

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Comment by Shu on January 26, 2012 at 11:26am

It is a good link for learning videos, thanks.

Comment by Tobi on November 25, 2011 at 7:31am

Thanks guys! It's now working in Firefox, couldn't get it to run in IE and Chrome though :)

Comment by 晓峰 on November 24, 2011 at 2:31pm

It's working in the US too.  No problem for me.  Thanks for sharing.

Comment by Gillian Law on November 21, 2011 at 1:33am

I can view them here in the UK, no problem?


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Comment by Brandon on November 20, 2011 at 10:26pm

Hey Tobias - Sorry you're having problems. I don't know if it's a China IP thing though as I've viewed from multiple locations.  If it's still not working, you can also try these Youku video searches. Looks like there are some episodes & some clips:

search 破坏狂表弟 on youku (Sponge Bob)

search 爱探险的朵拉 on youku (Dora)

Comment by Tobi on November 20, 2011 at 10:02pm

Does it work for anyone who's not currently in China? I guess it's only available for Chinese IPs :-(

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