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Talk Chineasy - Learn Chinese every day with ShaoLan

Author: Talk Chineasy

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Learn Chinese with ease!

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Peter Kruse

For some reason your podcasts don't play for me anymore. It only happens with your show. I'm sad 😔

Feb 25th
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Peter Kruse

Thanks Shaolan!

Feb 7th
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Peter Kruse

I live full-time in China for four years. I heard dui bu qi probably once a year. So when you say that Chinese people are always saying it, I am totally perplexed. It must be a Taiwanese thing. in Shenzhen, people would more often say bu Hao yi si

Jan 31st
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BHARAT BHUSHAN

you are doing great work

Jan 16th
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Peter Kruse

Xie Xie Ni

Jan 14th
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Peter Kruse

Xie Xie Shaolan!

Jan 10th
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Peter Kruse

Thank u!

Jan 7th
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carlos henrique

Very good, thank you for the lessons, Chine is like a straight long road, not that hard but needs determination.

Jan 7th
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Peter Kruse

Thanks Shaolan!

Dec 18th
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Peter Kruse

We actually do wrap our gifts in Chicago as well. 😊

Dec 12th
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Peter Kruse

Thanks Shaolan!

Nov 29th
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Peter Kruse

Thank u Shaolan! You're my daily teacher. Much appreciated 😊

Nov 7th
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Peter Kruse

Great lesson thanks!

Oct 25th
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Peter Kruse

I love the explanations of the written characters. Thank you!,!

Sep 27th
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Peter Kruse

It's great and I'm very thankful for this. However, the pro Chinese nationalism is a bit much for me. "You guys had to wait for Newton to discover what China knew thousands of years ago." these comments are prevalent in Chineasy. Just unnecessarily in my humble opinion. Otherwise I'm very appreciative of these great lessons.

Sep 27th
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Peter Kruse

Thanks for the podcast. I listen daily!

Sep 18th
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Peter Kruse

Xie Xie 😊

Jul 13th
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Peter Kruse

It seems like you're saying tong Ming. I learned cong Ming during my 5 years in China. Maybe different pronunciation in some areas?

Apr 11th
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Thomas Bayer

sounds good.

Feb 7th
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Ivor Seddon

I like this method of picking up Chinese Very good

Dec 30th
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