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Like Khan academy but in Mandarin

Postby austin » 09 Jun 2012, 02:26

Anything like this or iTunes U, where you can watch a college lecture in Mandarin such as a native speaker in TW or CN might watch?

I have only found snippets of a minute or two or three on iTunes U, but nothing like the complete courses offered for free by many Western universities
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Re: Like Khan academy but in Mandarin

Postby tsukinodeynatsu » 10 Jun 2012, 03:58

The mainland has one for literature, I remember coming across it a while back. I think it had Chinese Literature, History and the like.
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Re: Like Khan academy but in Mandarin

Postby ehophi » 10 Jun 2012, 21:43

You can find some philosophy lectures in Mandarin on YouTube.
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Re: Like Khan academy but in Mandarin

Postby DevinRB » 16 Jul 2012, 11:38

For history, search YouTube for Yuan Tengfei. Best. History. Teacher. Ever.

(Well, that's what they say. He's interesting, mildly radical for mainland, so pretty good imo)
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