GUEST POST: Learn Mandarin Chinese via one of the ways on our Infographic

GUEST POST: Learn Mandarin Chinese via one of the ways on our Infographic

Today’s guest post is very important to me, not just because I have contributed to it, but also because I think it is a valuable resource for learning Chinese. Chinese is a great language, full of interesting idioms and phrases. I have started learning Chinese myself over six years ago with some of the resources listed below. Now I can say I am more or less fluent, and if you are persistent so will you one day.


You have probably checked out various resources available to learn Chinese, both on-line and through more traditional media. Whichever ways you choose, it always helps to share the ideas of others. This was our thought too when, some weeks ago, via our blog Learn Mandarin Now, we asked over 50+ bloggers about which resources they would suggest to someone learning Chinese. We received more recommendations and resource ideas than we expected and then spent some time collating the results. So, now, we are pleased to present to you our attractive, colourful, informative Infographic with all relevant details…

As a first step, however, we would like to thank Anna for her thoughts and for letting us share the Infographic with you in: Lost Panda—her blog all about her views and ideas about working and living in China. Why not check out Anna’s blog and also look to get some other great advice, tips and ideas from one of our articles entitled: How to learn Chinese: 50+ blogger’s top resources.

Our Infographic not only contains a lot of useful information but also ranks the resources according to votes actually received—be sure to read it!

Final_Learn Mandarin Now Infographic


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Anna Z. is a freelance illustrator and portrait artist in her late 20s, with a passion for Martial Arts and Chinese culture, and is the creator of Lost Panda, a blog to China and Art. Together with her husband, a Chinese national, she writes about daily life in rural China, focusing on cultural and social differences and the joys (and sometimes difficulties) as an intercultural couple. Apart from China related topics, she publishes her artwork, photography, art material reviews and tutorials to help more people discover their creative side. She is fluent in German, English and Mandarin Chinese.

4 thoughts on “GUEST POST: Learn Mandarin Chinese via one of the ways on our Infographic

  1. Great infographic. I can actually add an eleventh way to this list. Over the past few years I have been developing an anglo mandarin nursery based in central London called Hatching Dragons.

    I would welcome your thoughts on our site which is

    Through our fun learning environment we have seen radically improved development through bilingualism…

    So the eleventh option, IF you are based in London is, visit us :)
    Cenn John recently posted…Leading bilingual nurseryMy Profile

  2. Chinese is a tonal language—in which the same combination of consonants and vowels can be pronounced totally different ways– and it’s much easier to learn that in earlier years. The younger they learn, the more authentically they can reproduce these sounds

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