Top resources to learn Mandarin Chinese as recommended by 50 top bloggers

| April 21st, 2015

If you are contemplating learning Mandarin Chinese, there are so many resources available these days and all sorts of media to use—but what really are the best ways to start learning the language or the best tools to use? In order to answer these questions, we decided to ask some experts for help so, recently, using our blog Learn Mandarin Now, we contacted 50+ bloggers and asked them about the resources they prefer to use to learn Mandarin. We had a great deal of feedback and thought it best to present the results in a colourful Infographic, so that you can clearly see what our bloggers recommend—and, now, we are happy to share details with you on China Hush.

It’s well worth taking some time to review the Infographic and as you can get other tips and pointers from our 50+ top bloggers about learning Chinese; so why not check out: How to learn Chinese.

We hope you enjoy our Infographic as much as we did assembling the information and creating the pictorials, and also that it helps encourage you to learn better Chinese!

Final_Learn Mandarin Now Infographic

For more tips about Mandarin learning, you are welcomed to visit: www.learnmandarinnow.com

3 Comments | Leave a comment | Comment feed

  1. Emma says:

    I would like to recommend this website for practicing Chinese reading:
    http://www.Chinese-at-ease.com

  2. Pauline says:

    I’d like to recommend Ninchanese also! It’s a new and free method to learn how to write, read, understand and speak Chinese.

    https://ninchanese.com/

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