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Short Bio - what's your story? What languages do you speak & why Chinese?
I grew up in China, and could speak fluently, but moved back to England and slowly forgot my Chinese, now I am trying to build up my vocabulary again. Update! Now living in China and my Chinese is getting there.

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My Daily Chinese Study Routine.

Posted on June 29, 2013 at 10:33pm 3 Comments

I posted this response to a question on Memrise about whether or not memorising vocab was enough to learn Chinese. So I thought I would share it here too :)

I have found the course really helpful. Before using memrise, my study was a bit haphazard and all over the place. But since supplementing my study with memrise, I have started learning chinese at a much faster pace. So my advice is stick with it and also supplement it with other forms of study.

I'll share my own…


Building a 'learning habit' and Memrise. (Flashcard based language learning.)

Posted on March 11, 2013 at 9:30pm 4 Comments

Hey everyone!

I want to share my thoughts and some tips I've picked up during my own Chinese learning experience.

I haven't contributed to this site in a long time, the last time I did, I was plodding through language study on my own living in Brighton, UK (2010/2011). Now I am living in Beijing, China.

I have found that the best way to learn…


Chinese days of the week, months and other time expressions.

Posted on June 2, 2011 at 1:00am 0 Comments

Hi everyone,

I'm gonna go over some time expressions in this post.


Now lets look at weekdays, it's pretty straight forward.

All you have to do is place a number after 'xingqi' to make the days of the week, except for sunday in which you add 'tian' or 'ri'.

Jīntiān Xīngqī jǐ? : What day is it…


Telling Time in Chinese : Part 2!

Posted on June 1, 2011 at 12:00am 7 Comments


Dà jiā hǎo!

This is part 2 of how to tell the time in Chinese. You can read part 1 here.    

Let's look at 'a.m.' and 'p.m.'

In Chinese we don't use those words but…


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At 8:44am on May 14, 2011,
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Zhang Wenzhuo

Hi, Jade

I can't comment on your blog, it says "awaiting approval", so I come here!:)

加油,just keep working on it, I think your Chinese will get better and better!

At 6:56am on March 29, 2011,

Hi Jade - 

Thanks for joining & welcome!

Looks like you've already jumped into a discussion on characters, which is great.  Here a few other things you can do to get started.

1) Join a group - perhaps the United Kingdom (and then you can invite your friends to join)

2) Try uploading a photo, video or blog post (best way to use the site)

3) Follow on Facebook or Twitter (to get new content updates)


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