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About Reading Club
Reading Chinese doesn't have to be hard
Learning to read Chinese is tough:
Materials are hard to come by
without advanced enough skills to search for them yourself.
It's hard to know how to efficently grow
once you find something to practice with.
Keeping your own nose to the grindstone is an almost inhuman feat
when it comes to mastering this beutiful language and its writing system.
Please, let me help.
this site isn't another character or vocabulary memorization site
that makes you pay out the nose just to go through an SRS list or series of textbook lessons online.
I've been learning Chinese since 2008, and on the blog
I share my experience
with you about the psychology, habits, hacks, and methods to keep your Chinese reading study alive
If you're interested, I'd recommend these posts from the blog so you can get a feel for how I write:
What they never tell you about being bilingual.
Why you burn out; extensive and intensive practice.
How do I make my Chinese study more interesting?
Large vocabulary list management.
Chinese Reading Club
Find authentic resources to practice reading with.
Get your every last question answered through the community boards.
Practice your way to literacy with a group of like-minded learners. No more isolation!
Keep your practice varied by reading everything from folk stories to comics to news.
Challenge yourself with community competitions and events.
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