Hacking Chinese

A better way of learning Mandarin

Launching Hacking Chinese: A Practical Guide to Learning Mandarin

A Practical Guide to Learning MandarinIt took five years, 300 articles and two million visits to Hacking Chinese, but now it’s finally here! I’m proud to announce the launch of…

Hacking Chinese: A Practical Guide to Learning Mandarin

This course is the result of thousands of hours of work and just like the Hacking Chinese website, it is about how to learn Chinese in a better way.

Unlike the website, though, the course is comprehensive, structured and has a lot more to offer than scattered articles:

  • 15 video episodes highlighting the most important parts of the course, each with practical exercises and a call to action.
  • A 347-page e-book discussing all major aspects of learning Chinese in depth. This offers the structure the website does not have.
  • Full audio version of the book allows you to listen to the book instead of reading, freeing up time you can use for learning Chinese instead.

Launch offer

I wouldn’t have been able to create this course without all the support, encouragement and feedback from readers over the years, so to show my appreciation, there’s time-limited launch offer that includes both a handsome discount and added bonuses worth $50. The launch offer is valid for one week, ending on December 22nd.

Hacking Chinese: A Practical Guide to Learning Mandarin

If you don’t need convincing that the course is worthwhile, you can just scroll past the introduction text or click here. Please do read what the course actually contains, though!

What does this course offer that the site doesn’t already offer for free?

Good question! Zachary Danz, an early (paying) tester, summed up the difference between the website and the course as follows:

“As someone who has followed Hacking Chinese for a long time, I couldn’t be happier – I feel like I have the full picture of the message Olle has for Chinese learners, whereas before it was scattered and incomplete.”

This course helps you connect the dots and avoids not seeing the forest for the trees. There is also a big difference between reading fragmentary articles that were written over five years without structure and using a comprehensive course containing video, text and audio.

Sharing is caring

As mentioned in the introduction, I have provided more than 300 articles about how to learn Chinese for free. In a sense, this course is the distilled essence of what I have to say about the topic. Help me by spreading the word! Please don’t share this post, share the full introduction instead:



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