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Communication based Chinese textbooks, comprehensive Mandarin lessons, and Chinese Learning Pen — a digital audio equipment, everything is designed to bring you the most rewarding and stimulating learning experience.
Keep in mind your general goal while completing each of small tasks. Get inspired and find time and space to learn Chinese in the midst of all the distractions which this digitised world throws at you.
Learning Chinese Well Organised is a journal and a tool to help you stay focused and to keep track of your learning progress. It provides some tech-free moments for you to be with yourself, to reflect, and to achieve.
This resource centre includes articles teaching Chinese grammar, useful class activities teachers can implement right away, learning tips and strategies, insights into the Chinese language, video clips for practicing Chinese, and recommended readings in English. All are free, with no opt-in required.
Take advantage of these wonderful resources and establish a well rounded approach to learning Chinese. New articles are added from time to time.
If you’d like to share an exciting or interesting idea on Chinese teaching and learning, we are happy to hear from you.
“To read more, to write more, and to be creative.” That is the motto of this Chinese Writing Contest.
“How many Chinese characters have you learned?” Once this narrowly defined question dominates students’ mind, all effort is put into counting characters. We aim to promote a different and broader question, “how much reading and writing have you done?”
This is why we invite all Chinese language learners worldwide to show their creativity and to write something using only 320 Chinese characters. Beginners students can therefore compete with the advanced, and the older students can compete with the young.
This first ever Chinese Writing Contest 2021 is now at its final stage, voting for the winners!
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MSL Master & Teacher April Zhang
MSL Master is a Hong Kong based education solution company with a focus on teaching and learning Mandarin as a second language, developing materials and methodologies for non-Chinese speakers.
April is the founder of MSL Master. Her goal is to transform the old fashioned, reading and writing based Chinese curriculum, into a communication based Chinese curriculum which is stimulating and rewarding. Read more here.
Everything started with April’s poor English. Like most people, she started learning English when she was ten years old. However, eight years later, she still could not have a decent enough conversation with a native-English speaker. That was not the best learning experience, and April would never want that to happen to her students.
Today, after two series of Chinese textbooks, Chinese Learning Pen, Chinese video lessons, Mandarin audio lessons, and many insightful articles, she continues to come up with new ideas that will make learning Chinese rewarding, stimulating, and fun.
During her early career, April taught English to Chinese speakers, and later turned her focus to teaching Mandarin to non-Chinese speakers. Her experience as a bilingual teacher has given her insight on the process of learning and how cultural differences affect learning outcomes.
April received her Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, and her Master's degree in Cultural and Literary Studies.
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