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Chinese Exam Helper

Chinese Exam Helper

What’s New Another language assisting app for HSK test takers is now released.  Chinese Exam Helper is especially designed for those who need to practice Chinese words and articles.  It is not boring a dictionary but like a protable Chinese Tutor who teaches you practical words every day. What’s Good The contents include daily journals, … Continue reading

6+ Chinese-Learn Chinese anytime, anywhere

6+ Chinese-Learn Chinese anytime, anywhere

Introduction In your surroundings, you might be the few ones studying Chinese which make you feel lonely and have nobody to discuss and share your learning. Don’t worry as now we are offering you a new app, 6+ Chinese-Learn Chinese anytime, anywhere, that you can do things above without the limit of time and distance. … Continue reading

Discovering Chinese Pro

Discovering Chinese Pro

Introduction Using mobile handset to learn Chinese with a systematical and complete materials that combined with the technological benefits, you will find this app Discovering Chinese Pro fulfill your dream. It is the iPad version of the Discovering Chinese textbooks, mainly for students of secondary students. To know more about the details, please dig into … Continue reading

Great Wall Chinese

Great Wall Chinese

Introduction After 9 years of research by over one hundred professionals, specialists and teachers in Chinese language teaching and research, the Office of Chinese Language Council International, also known as Hanban released an e-learning app, providing students with an easy, fun and fast way to study Chinese. For more information, this app is a new … Continue reading

Fun Chinese – MandarinaKids Lite

Fun Chinese – MandarinaKids Lite

Introduction This app has added many appealing elements especially for bilingual kids from 9 months up to the age of 6. It provides chances of interaction for parents and kids in the way of learning by exploration. More topics are being added continuously. What’s good It is a friendly Chinese learning app which supports multi-languages … Continue reading

Routledge Chinese Character Trainer

Routledge Chinese Character Trainer

Jill’s Comment: Start to train your Chinese on the go! the Roultledge Chinese Character Trainer app is a nice study-aid in practicing characters independently. It comprises the taught simplified characters presented in the Routledge Course in Modern Mandarin Chinese textbook, and it provides three steps to learn: Train, Drill and Test. What’s better than a … Continue reading

Chinese in a Month HD Free

Chinese in a Month HD Free

Jill’s comment: Chinese in a Month HD Free doesn’t use translation to teach Chinese. It was proposed that learning language should be natural like kids to learn—To connect what they hear with what they see and memorize Chinese by comparing the differences between things and actions. This app has a user-friendly interface. It is very … Continue reading

Merlion Words Free

Merlion Words Free

ChunJen’s Comment: Merlion Words collects Chinese words for animals, colors, foods, fruits, furniture and other more fun stuff. And it is not shallow at all. For example, the animal section covers 47 kinds of animals! As a language learning tool, it is very respectful for many languages beside English. You can choose French, Spanish, Japanese … Continue reading

Kids Learn Mandarin LITE

Kids Learn Mandarin LITE

Anny’s Comment: Let’s play with Pei Pei the Panda! This app consists of 12 themes related to daily life and each one hosted by the Chinese 12 signs of the zodiac. Visiting first the rat, you are guided to the world of numbers. You will be learning the Chinese numbers from 1 to 10 in … Continue reading

Baby Plants Fruits-Learn Chinese

Baby Plants Fruits-Learn Chinese

Anny’s comment: If your children have had enough of Facebook-style farm games, here is another option, ‘Baby Plants Fruits-Learn Chinese’! This child-friendly application filled with juicy fruit offers a lovely space for hands-on planting plus Chinese learning. Just kick off the game with fingers! What’s better, children will explore the natural world with Chinese. We … Continue reading