Course Description:

Pinyin is the core phonetic system that represents Chinese Characters (Hanzi). Basically if you are not aware of Chinese characters at all, you are recommended to use Pinyin as your foundation to learn Mandarin. Beginners especially foreign students will find Pinyin as useful tolls to help them progress their Mandarin study easily. 

In this course, learn Chinese pronunciation system, Pinyin. Learn how to pronounce the 23 Initials, 36 finals, the syllables and the 4 tones. 

What are the requirements?

It is not easy to master Pinyin, but once you listen more, imitate more and practice more, your mandarin learning journey will become easier and easier. 

What are you going to get from this course?
This program will lay a solid foundation for your future Chinese learning.

Who need this course?
Anyone who is starting to learn Chinese  also no knowledge of Chinese Pinyin.

Course Description:

Review pronunciation system, Pinyin, Learn and practice basic survival mandarin sentences and phrases in daily life, topics including greetings, self-introduction, number, Chinese currency, shopping, asking directions, ordering food and drinks in Chinese, taxi talk and giving directions, etc.

What are the requirements?

  1. Chinese Pinyin is needed to pronounce correctly;
  2. Don’t be shy and speak with teacher;
  3. Recommended study plan is 1 video/ lesson per day at least and you’ll finish this course in 2 weeks with outstanding results.

What are you going to get from this course?

  1. Basic Chinese conversational topics, including survival expressions, shopping, ordering food and drinks at café and restaurants, take taxi, etc.;
  2. Master more than 150 words and 50 sentence structures; 
  3. Have a better idea about Chinese language and culture.

Who need this course?

  1. Any beginner who just finished Chinese Pronunciation Pinyin;
  2. People who will travel in China and want to grasp some survival sentences to make travelling smoothly;
  3. Anyone who is already in China and want to get survived in daily life, or just experience Chinese studying.


These conversational series courses, including Beginner, Elementary, pre-Intermediate and Intermediate, are most popular and effective courses in school and online, which follow the standard of HSK and also CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Language). Here, students learn vocabularies from basic to advanced, also grasp sentence structures and grammars systematically. Each video only takes 5-10 minutes and includes 5-10 words or 1-2 structures. All video lessons provide adequate exercises, clear explanations and introductions, which all make you learn Chinese in a fun but effective way. You will improve your speaking and listening by these courses step by step.

HSK (Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi) or the Chinese Proficiency Test is an international standardized exam which tests and rates Chinese language proficiency. It assesses nonnative Chinese speakers’ abilities in using the Chinese language in their daily, academic and professional live. Getting this official Chinese certificate is more and more popular, which can bring you more chances and make better future, also an ambitious goal will bring you impetus for studying Chinese.

Course Description:

After Chinese Pronunciation, you may choose Beginner conversational Chinese, that is HSK level 1. When you finish HSK 1 and 2, you may add Chinese Characters course, since HSK level 3-6 require Chinese characters.

What are the requirements?

  1. Chinese Pinyin is needed to pronounce correctly;
  2. Don’t be shy, practice Chinese loudly and confidently;
  3. Follow teacher’s instructions, like read together, listen and answer, etc.;
  4. Recommended 3 lessons per day at least then finish this level in 8 weeks.

What are your going to get from this course?

Learn daily Chinese conversations, vocabulary, grammar points and sentence structures, about 400 words (including HSK 1 vocabulary), 50 basic sentence structures. Master basic conversational skills in Chinese. Students shall be able to make simple conversations or descriptions in Chinese regarding: relations, job, family, time and dates, schedule, etc.

Who need this course?

  1. No previous knowledge of oral Chinese, but have finished Chinese Pinyin course;
  2. Students would like to learn Chinese systematically;
  3. Anyone wants to experience learning Chinese;
  4. Anyone wants to focus on speaking and listening.