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Directory of popular Learning Chinese forum topics

Postby Taffy » 06 May 2008, 16:14

Rather than have lots of sticky topics at the top of the forum, you'll find a list of popular and useful threads right here, separated by category.

I've just put down a few to begin with - feel free to suggest others (you can post them in this thread) for myself or one of the other moderators to add to the list.

Chinese Chat Rooms:
General Topics
Chinese Scripts and Phonetic Transcription Systems
Studying Mandarin Independently
Studying Mandarin Chinese in School
Books and Flashcards
Electronic and Online Chinese Study
Languages Other Than Mandarin
Music, TV and Film
Classical and Archaic Chinese

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Re: Directory of popular Learning Chinese forum topics

Postby apple1 » 25 Nov 2011, 16:06

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Re: Directory of popular Learning Chinese forum topics

Postby Lili » 25 Nov 2011, 20:30

Taffy, :notworthy:
"I wanted to be puzzled and charmed, to experience the endless, beguiling variety of a continent where you can board a train and an hour later be somewhere where the inhabitants speak a different language, eat different foods, work different hours, live lives that are at once so different and yet so oddly similar. I wanted to be a tourist," Bill Bryson.
"...But I ended up in Taiwan," Lili.

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Re: Directory of popular Learning Chinese forum topics

Postby atrac » 25 Jul 2014, 20:59

Hi,
I suggest adding this to the online resources:
http://edu.ocac.gov.tw/interact/ebook/1 ... index.html
I think it is useful expecially for people who can already read bopomofo or any other pronunciation system (you can choose it). Personally I prefer bopomofo.
The website has other resources for beginners, even if it is not very user friendly.
The 1000 words can also be downloaded as pdf. Since it is difficult to find, this is the link
http://edu.ocac.gov.tw/interact/ebook/1 ... 8-1000.pdf
Enjoy!
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