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ChinesePod makes learning Mandarin fun and easy. It isn't your typical language learning resource - we think you'll be entertained as well! In this Advanced Level Podcast Feed, lessons are the black-belt of ChinesePod - You can already speak circles around your friends, but are looking for “complete” fluency Chinese. Expand your Mandarin Chinese learning experience by also SUBSCRIBING to ChinesePod - Beginner and ChinesePod - Intermediate Podcast channels. For a more in depth Mandarin Langua ...
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ChinesePod makes learning Mandarin fun and easy! In this Intermediate Level Podcast Feed, explore broader contexts and applications of frequently used expressions needed to navigate comfortably in a Mandarin speaking environment. Deepen your knowledge on current affairs while learning and increase your confidence level in speaking Chinese. Expand your Mandarin Chinese learning experience by also SUBSCRIBING to ChinesePod - Beginner and ChinesePod - Advanced Podcast channels. For a more in de ...
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ChinesePod makes learning Mandarin fun and easy. It isn't your typical language learning resource - we think you'll be entertained as well! If you’re just trying to learn some survival Chinese or looking to start a lifelong relationship with the language, this ChinesePod - Beginner Level Podcast Channel is where to start. Expand your Mandarin Chinese learning experience by also SUBSCRIBING to ChinesePod - Intermediate and ChinesePod - Advanced Podcast channels. For more lessons, go to www.ch ...
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ChinesePod is the world’s leading online Chinese language learning service. We aim to make the learning experience as convenient, flexible and enjoyable as possible by smartly applying the latest technology and educational techniques. We offer a full array of courses, subscriptions and services to fit any learner’s needs, with a focus on accessibility and practicality.
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You're nine hours in, two family-oriented movies later. You have had waaaay too much time to ponder whether the chicken on rice would have sat better with you than the pork with noodle. The urban legend claiming alcohol has twice the effect in the air seems a little far-fetched as you down your third gin and tonic in an attempt to numb yourself. Th…
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For those amongst us who have taken it upon themselves to provide community service in the form of 'Line Management Consulting and Enforcement' and hope to leave a trail of orderly lines behind as their legacy, we provide this podcast. Learn how to confront the offender and whip that line into shape, in Chinese. Today, line-ups... tomorrow, subway …
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The hills are alive with the sound of the pipa. Singing in China... rife in KTV bars, on street corners, in public parks, in low-budget questionably-directed lip-dub videos. Dancing.. though it's singing's less popular cousin, look out for the classy ballroom dancers in a lit up corner of the park on a cool summer evening. In this podcast, the lang…
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今天的课程里,我们把两千年前的中国诗人屈原的文章【渔父】改写成白话戏剧,不但演出,还加上讨论。对话当中,保留了几个已经成为“俗语”的文言文原句。同学们,一起来用中文学习中国的思想与文化吧! 【渔父】 屈原既放,游于江潭,行吟泽畔,颜色憔悴,形容枯槁。渔父见而问之曰:「子非三闾大夫与?何故至于斯?」屈原曰:「举世皆浊我独清,众人皆醉我独醒,是以见放。」渔父曰:「圣人不凝滞于物,而能与世推移。世人皆浊,何不淈其泥而扬其波?众人皆醉,何不餔其糟而歠其醨?何故深思高举,自令放为?」屈原曰:「吾闻之,新沐者必弹冠,新浴者必振衣。安能以身之察察,受物之汶汶者乎?宁赴湘流,葬于江鱼之腹中,安能以皓皓之白,而蒙世俗之尘埃乎!」渔父莞尔而笑,鼓枻而去,乃歌曰:「沧浪之水清兮,可以濯吾缨;沧浪之水浊兮,可以濯吾…
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If you wouldn't let your 10 year old sit court side of an actual pickup basketball game, then you may want to have them sit this one out as well. Grown men can sometimes act like children on the b-ball court, but the talk is of the adult variety. So lace up your Chucks and dust off that skyhook... your Chinese basketball jargon is about to improve.…
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Perhaps you could have traveled a little lighter, in retrospect. But the fake LV suitcases came in such a beautiful set and they match your outfit so well, it would have been a shame to exclude any of them from the journey, no? In this podcast, learn freedom from sore arms, broken suitcase wheels, and marital discord. Learn how to check your luggag…
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Your place is a mess? Didn't make your bed this morning? Get those dirty clothes off the floor and stack those dishes you were leaving for the Ayi... Guess what? We're finding out where you call home and we're coming over! In this podcast, get ready to reveal all and open your door to someone other than your nosy neighbors! Learn how to say where y…
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Your hearts belong to each other, but you should still test your blood. In today's Chinese podcast, we'll talk about pre-marital blood tests. Does your blood carry any lingering traces of that wild weekend in Macau? If so, learn how to express your regrets in Mandarin Chinese. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/1172…
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What used to be an annoying clanging shouting racket at 6:00am is now the most welcoming sound in the world. Your naive western misconceptions of refund policies have been dashed, and your microwave only came with a one week warranty. Alas... the friendly neighborhood repairman on wheels. A loud blessing in disguise. In this podcast, learn how to g…
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Everybody needs a little time away... and in this podcast you're going to learn how to ask for it in Chinese. With the plethora of guests you're going to be fielding in your new found home away from home, chances are this will be high-frequency vocab for you. So listen in and learn... and get ready for your new favorite hobby: tour guide. Episode l…
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If only Dr. Seuss had learned Chinese, children China-over could have had a new chant to repeat after their teachers. "Haohao xuexi, tiantian xiangsheng" could have gotten a lot more fun. Now, listen to Dr. Zhu's version of the classic, 'The Mao in the Mao.' Learn this little story all over again, in Mandarin. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.c…
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You've always admired those Guilin paintings. You know the ones... winding river, limestone mountains... with the pagoda up on the right and that bamboo raft floating by in the foreground. Sometime they get a little crazy and throw in a water buffalo over there on the left. Well, now you too can do your own rendition. Sign up for this podcast, and …
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There are a few ways of dealing with getting stopped at an apartment complex gate. There is the 'tunnel vision' technique. To truly perfect this skill you must be on a bicycle to facilitate quick getaways and be immune to yelled threats. Another technique is the 'dense foreigner' skill. No explanation needed. Finally, there is the 'listen to the Ch…
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This is the formal introduction to the formal introduction lesson: You've mastered your Chinese hello and don't know what to do with that awkward silence. Now what? 1) Lose any sentimental attachment to your previous identity--you're going to need a new name. 2) Smile, bow, handshake, kiss, twiddle your thumbs, or curtsy... it's all good. Oh yeah, …
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Last time this happened you were busted for having fake ID, and robbed of your chance at an illicit beer-enhanced evening. No, they don't think you're under 21 anymore, but you can tell yourself that if you're having a late-twenties crisis. The China internet cafe ID check. Don't ask why, just bring your passport, listen to this podcast, and stay a…
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Take 5,000 years of linguistic history and ancient literature... throw in a few snakes, frogs, and fanciful tales. Mix in the odd digit for good measure. What do you get? Cryptic Chinese idioms. Now, we're not saying they're all as easy as 'horse horse tiger tiger,' but at least there's that one to get some mileage out of. Now listen to this podcas…
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Today's Chinese lesson is a real nail-biter. The action begins with Xiao Zhao speeding off to his doom. Only Lao Wang can stop the evil schemes of Ms. Du. Will his conscience be his guide? Or will Xiao Zhao meet a bloody death? In today's Mandarin podcast, the thrills just keep coming. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/1255…
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当一个人犯了错,甚至犯了法的时候,常常怀着侥幸的心态,希望可以找个办法逃过惩罚,这时候当然会想到,找一个有钱有势又“很有办法”的人来帮忙。也许,无论犯了多严重的罪,都有办法逃过...... 究竟是不是这样呢? Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/2686
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You have an inkling from a post-packing teeter on the bathroom scale that your baggage may be overweight. Your only hope to avoid overweight fees is charming that handsome check-in clerk with a batting of eyes and barrage of Chinese. That, or employing strategic passport placement to cover the scale display numbers. In this lesson, use your Mandari…
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There are two methods for learning the days of the week in Chinese. One: this podcast. Two: personalized Chinese days of the week undies. Since the latter seem to be the one eighties fad that has yet to be resurrected, this podcast might be the easier way to get them in your head. And creates less laundry. Listen in and learn, it's as easy as 1, 2,…
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Many a little ditty has been written about the land of beach bunnies, surfer dudes, movie stars, Kobe Bryant and The Lakers. After a day of treating yourself to a new Armani on Rodeo Drive and finishing your Skinny triple French Vanilla Half Caf on Melrose, put the top down on your Beamer and take a drive East on the 10 to the San Gabriel Valley. G…
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养猫的人常被称为"猫奴",因为他们对待猫咪的态度常常超出一个人对宠物应该有的限度,但看到可爱的猫咪,又让人觉得猫奴们的一切行为也不算太不正常了。你是爱猫的人,还是觉得猫奴不可理喻的人呢?来听听今天课程里的猫奴,如何爱他的猫咪吧。 Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/2674
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Good things come in threes. Case in point: watch, bag, DVD. In this case: keys, wallet, phone. All good things, and good things to remember to bring with you when you leave the house. In this podcast, learn how to do a Mandarin Chinese mental checklist before leaving the house, to make sure that you don't end up locked out, penniless and searching …
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In today's Chinese podcast, the plot thickens at the dodgiest company in the universe. Lao Wang faces a difficult decision as his accountant turns in his resignation. Learn all the Mandarin you'll need next time you're trapped between a bright young employee and a ruthless boss. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/1211…
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日常生活的沟通上,说错话、表错情总是会带来不少麻烦,而政府官员、公众人物的言谈,更是会被放大检视。中国有句俗话说 “言者无心,听者有意” 就把这种因言语而产生的误会表达得很透彻。今天的课程里,就让我们来看看,政治人物说错话时,到底该怎么替自己 “圆一圆”?又会引起人民什么样的反应呢? Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/2670
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Could it be key to the Chinese ability to eat three oil saturated meals a day and maintain their girlish (or boyish) figures? No. Trust us. Even the fruit salad comes with mayonnaise. Your western genes weren't made for this diet. So listen to this Mandarin lesson on eating fruit salad and come prepared with loose pants. Make peace with your paunch…
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搭地铁、泡咖啡馆的时候,不免会听到身边的人闲聊,有时也会想透过他们的谈话内容,猜猜他们的关系、身份,甚至也许你对他们的话题会产生兴趣。这些谈话虽然没有深奥的词汇和丰富的比喻,但仍然不容易马上明白,今天就让我们来挑战一下这种“没有营养”的谈话吧! Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/2665
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You've heard tales of such a place. A place where not only beef noodle soup exists, but the aromas of French baguettes and heady coffee fill the air. What could bring such a lovely combination of worlds together? Only Vietnam. In this podcast, come on a little Mandarin Chinese trip to the city of Hanoi. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/0981…
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The Chinese claim to have discovered the key to a long life... eating noodles on your birthday. While they struggle for immortality, you the Newbie can start with a little mortality, and learn how to order some in Mandarin. Your own struggle may have less to do with life and more to do with slippery wetness and chopstick management, but at least yo…
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量子力学?平行宇宙?今天的课程不仅要给大家一些热门的科技中文词汇,还要让大家来思考一下,怎么样用现有的语言表达从来没有过的概念。以前,我们只需要想,如果可以回到过去、改变未来,我们会怎么做,但是现在,我们还得想想,许多时空同时存在、无数可能同时发生,该如何面对我们的生活呢?不过,放轻松,今天的对话,还是你在日常生活中可以用到的,来听听吧。 Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/2655
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Sure, we've all got our skeletons in the closet. It's just when someone opens the door that we get a little red in the face. In today's podcast, the boss makes a slightly uncomfortable discovery. Should you find yourself entangled in a little 'office scandal,' listen to this podcast to learn how to get yourself out of it! In Chinese! Episode link: …
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One lesson about Bangkok makes a hard man humble, not much between despair and ecstasy... One lesson about Bangkok and the tough guys tumble... Can't be too careful with your Mandarin Chinese study. Listen to this podcast and get yourself in the Oriental setting. You'll be speaking better Chinese than Yul Brynner plays chess in no time. Episode lin…
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