Where do I get inspiration for the articles on Hacking Chinese? How is the podcast made? And, most importantly, what do you think about the content?
The goal of Hacking Chinese is to help other people learn Mandarin, and to be able to do this well, I need to know what I’m doing well and where there’s room for improvement. To learn more about what you think as a reader (the website or the newsletter) and/or listener (the podcast), I have created a short survey.
The survey can be found below or via this link, and should only take 5-10 minutes to fill out.
In this week’s podcast episode, I talk about where the inspiration for articles and podcast episodes comes from, and how I write articles and record episodes. I also talk briefly about what I do when not working on Hacking Chinese.
Help me help others by answering the following questions! As usual, if you want to help more, sharing content or recommending Hacking Chinese to those who might find it helpful is much appreciated!
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