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LANGUAGE Learning Chinese on-line Chinese dictionary
Routledge Course in Modern Mandarin Chinese Companion Site
Interactive Language Program: Gale PowerSpeak
Language videos: native speakers discuss topics
Chinese for Travel
Multimedia Chinese dictionary created by Beijing youth Chinese Basic Education (in Chinese)  AP Chinese blog UNC publishes on-line Mandarin textbooks
Better was founded by educators from Columbia University and the U.N. in 1997 with a mission to develop the best materials and programs to teach the Chinese language and culture to non-native speakers.
Better games: a few vocabulary games
Zon: Zon is a multiplayer, online learning environment designed to teach Chinese language and culture through gameplay. As a web-based site, Zon provides real-time, on-demand connection to interactive learning activities and authentic cultural information.
Learn the colors
Chinese Learner's Alternative Site: on-line magazine for Chinese learners
OMG Meiyu: Jessica Beinecke explains U.S. culture and slang in hip video segments for Chinese people. Channel sponsored by Voice of America.
Barbie Doll in Chinese:
Chinese Take-In
Cultural Interviews with Chinese-Speaking Professionals
Pitch Perfect Pinyin
Chinese webcasts: simplified news casts
Chinese resources at CARLA
Learning Chocolate: Learn vocabulary words in Chinese
Disney app for learning Chinese Chinese lessons on-line, iPad app (paid service) Chinese-English dictionary, flashcards, quizzes quizzes, games and cloze activities created by teachers
Pop-Up Dictionary for Japanese, Chinese and Korean: browse web, mouse action brings pop-up window with translation
Language Links: resources searchable by topic
Collection of Chinese texts
FSI Language Course
University of Cambridge: Basic Chinese
University of Cambridge: Intermediate Chinese
Chinese Grammar Wiki: grammar points divided into levels
Chinese Resources and Blog



History of symbols
Chinese crafts projects for kids
· Chinese New Year resources Women in early China
Resources from Taipei Economic and Cultural Office
Send greeting cards in Chinese
United Nations Radio
Critical Languages Song Project spoken stories in Chinese with transcriptions
National East Asian Languages Resource Center: "Among the many resources generated and made available through the NEALRC are learning materials (textbooks, workbooks, teachers' guides, audio and video recordings) for more than a dozen less commonly taught languages, pedagogy and program development resource and guide books, teacher training and intensive language summer institutes, and more."
STARTALK: "Welcome to the STARTALK website, home to information on teaching and learning Arabic, Chinese, Dari, Hindi, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Swahili, Turkish, and Urdu. The purpose of this site is to share information on implementing programs as well as to share resources on curriculum design, instructional materials, assessment tools, and useful links."


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