6: Accidentally Learnt Chinese to Fluency with Klaudia Klonowska

July 18, 2017

Klaudia is from Poland. Her native language is Polish. Apart from Chinese and English, she also speaks Spanish and learning French and Korean at the moment. Klaudia started her journey learning Chinese since she was 13. She is now an undergraduate student in Amsterdam Netherlands.

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5: How to Reach Chinese Fluency Academically with Anthony Paul Williams

July 11, 2017
Anthony is from High Wycombe, England. Apart from English and Chinese, he also speaks French and German. Anthony is a NAATI professional Chinese-English translator, a tutor, a musician and a song-writer. He started learning Chinese since 14 years old and continued learning Chinese in high school and university. Anthony has just turned 30, now living in Melbourne Australia and completing his PhD in Chinese computational linguistics and teaching Chinese part-time in Monash University. 
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4: How a High School Student Learnt Chinese with Andres Loret de Mola

July 4, 2017
Andres is from Merida, Mexico. His native language is Spanish. Apart from that he also speaks English and Chinese. Andres is currently living in Hudson, Ohio in the United States. He is now 18 years old, studying in high school.
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3: How to Speak Fluent Chinese in 2 Years with Bayan Yazdani

June 27, 2017

Bayan was born in Iran and moved to Australia at the age of two, now living in Adelaide. He speaks English, Persian, Mandarin Chinese, a little German and currently learning French. At the moment Bayan is studying psychology, sociology and French in university.

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2: Use Imitation and Repetition to Unlock China and the Chinese people with Matt Sheehan

June 27, 2017

Matt Sheehan was raised in California, the United States with an Irish and Italian ancestry, now living in Oakland California. Apart from English and Chinese, Matt also speaks Spanish. Used to be at a very proficient level but now very basic. Matt has studied Chinese on and off for 7 years. He spent much of the last 5 years in China, the last two as the China correspondent for the Huffington Post. Matt is 29 years old, now writing a book about the budding relationship between China and California, titled “Chinafornia”. One interesting fact about Matt is that he co-founded the first ever ultimate frisbee team in Xi’an China.

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1: How the Most Famous Foreigner in China Learnt Chinese with Mark Rowswell (Dashan)

June 27, 2017

Dashan is THE most famous foreigner in China. Pretty much anyone in China who has had a TV at home knows him. Dashan is known for his super fluent Mandarin Chinese and his crosstalk on the Chinese TV. Crosstalk or 相声(xiàng shēng) is basically the Chinese style stand-up comedy. Dashan had been doing crosstalk since 1988. 

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