The Chinese Language
Resources for Chinese
Teaching and Learning
Romanization Converter: This applet instantly converts between the three major Chinese
Romanization Systems. Wade-Giles, Yale, and PinYin. Does not need any special Chinese
||Online Chinese Tools
people in learning and using the beautiful Chinese language. From the novice Chinese
language student to the advanced programmer, I hope there is something here for everyone.
Please check out the Character
Flashcards, the Chinese/English
dictionary, the Chinese Namer,
and the Western/Chinese Calendar
||Radio Television Hong Kong Radio Hong Kong in a
joint project with the Chinese University of Hongkong.
||The Chinese Language Related
Information Page is continually improved to make
it a comprehensive navigational tool pointing you to Chinese language related resources.
The intended audience is anyone who has an interest in Chinese, including speakers and
students of Chinese languages, China scholars, Chinese teachers, translators, linguists,
East Asiatic librarians, and computer programmers.
||Learning Chinese Online. This page helps you to learn Chinese. No matter where you are, we
are with you...
||Chinese Character Pronunciations Input (copy-and-paste) any Chinese text and obtain the
transliterated pronunciation of each Chinese character.
Audio Tutorial of Survival Chinese.
||A CHINESE PROGRAM FOR BEGINNERS Give
"Chinese Radical Exam" (Bu Shou Ce Yan) a try with the free demo program!
Radicals are basic building blocks in Chinese characters. Gaining a good grasp of common
radicals is essential to success in mastering Chinese characters. The progam also teaches
48 common pianpang, or radicals that take on a different shape when they are found in
combination with other elements in a character.
is a shareware program that helps make the Chinese language more accessible to students
and others. It helps students read Chinese text files on their PC-compatible computers by
showing the correct pronunciation, the location of word breaks, and other useful
information. Bamboo Helper remembers a student's reading level and uses this knowledge to
generate helpful output files, including vocabulary lists and flash cards that can be
printed out for later use. Bamboo Helper works with popular Chinese display systems such
as MS-Windows 3.1 Chinese Edition, ETen Chinese System, and TwinBridge Big-5 Edition.
||Study Mandarin Chinese using VOA. Are you
learning intermediate-level Mandarin? Listen to sound clips from recent VOA newscasts
while viewing the corresponding Chinese characters, pinyin pronunciations, and vocabulary
lists with word definitions. Updated weekly.
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