I write the news in easy-to-understand Chinese, and send it to you every weekday.
About the writer
My name is Kai, and I’m from the sunny island of Singapore. I’ve lived in the United States for almost 10 years, but for the past 2 years, I’ve been based in Beijing, China, primarily for my job.
I’ve been very fortunate to have grown up effectively bilingual in both English and Chinese. I’m also an avid language learner myself – I’m currently learning Japanese, and it’s been a very interesting and rewarding journey so far. I can now read the news and watch TV in Japanese, but there’s still so much more I want to learn.
I like nothing better than to share my passion for language learning with other people, and that’s why I started this newsletter. If this helps you with learning Chinese, I’d be very happy – and I hope that you enjoy reading it as much as I do writing it!
Check out my Twitter profile @kaihloh if you want to find out more about me or if you just want to say hi.
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Articles are written in easy-to-understand Simplified Chinese. Sentence structures are kept relatively simple, and difficult words come with pinyin and explanations.
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Articles are chosen from a wide variety of topics, so you quickly pick up a wide variety of new vocabulary and cultural knowledge. In addition, some articles include reading comprehension questions or links to read more about the topic being discussed.
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