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Recommended resources

I have decided not to do general reviews on Hacking Chinese, but instead only write about resources I thoroughly recommend. Whenever I stumble upon something which is really good or exceptionally useful for other learners, I will write about it. Thus, these are recommendations rather than reviews. Some are books, some websites, some software; all are excellent.

If you have a particular resource you’d like to recommend, please let me know. I can’t guarantee that I will check it out or that I will write a recommendation even if I do, but I’m always interested in expanding my horizons.

These are all the articles in this category (scroll down to see all of them in a text-only list):


All articles
Spaced repetition software and why you should use it
Anki, the best of spaced repetition software
Using search engines to study Chinese
Why you should use more than one textbook
Review: Chinese Synonyms Usage Dictionary
Vocabulary in your pocket
The Chinese-Chinese dictionary survival guide
About opening doors and the paths beyond
Learning simplified and traditional Chinese
Language question triage – General guidelines
Review: The Phonology of Standard Chinese
Using Lang-8 to improve your Chinese
31 Twitter feeds to help you learn Chinese
21 essential dictionaries and corpora for learning Chinese
Using Audacity to learn Chinese (speaking and listening)
Boosting your character learning with Skritter
5 websites to help answer your questions about Chinese
Launching Hacking Chinese Resources
250+ resources for learning Chinese
Articles by me published elsewhere: August round-up
Articles by me published elsewhere: September round-up
The 10 best free listening resource collections for learning Chinese
Articles by me published elsewhere: October round-up
The 10 best free reading resource collections for learning Chinese

 

One Response to Recommended resources

  1. Thomas says:

    Hi Olle,

    May I suggest our new -free and multi-device- resource: http://nulinu.li It just started its public beta.

    We’re not looking for any review or recommendations or stuff, just want to share what we have set up, because more feedback usually means more good ideas coming in. And it may be useful to you too :)

    You’ve spent so much time hacking every bit and step of learning Chinese, your opinion and advice would be great for us.

    Cheers,
    Thomas

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