• Teachers

    Teachers from OriChinese are professional native-Chinese teachers. They are proficient in Chinese Language and professional in Chinese teaching. Students' progress is teacher's main focus. Their mission is to make your Chinese learning easier and more efficient.
  • Authority

    We have engaged some masters of Chinese culture and elites of many industries as our professional consultants. We will restore to you the most authentic Chinese course and when you need to come to China, don't forget, we are your best cooperative partner.
  • Flexiblility

    You have the complete right to schedule your own Chinese lessons as long as the teacher is available. Therefore, you can have Chinese lesson any time and any place you want. The teacher will be informed of the lesson time in the minute you reserve the lesson.
  • 1-on-1

    1-on-1 online live class offers you VIP learning experience. It is like you are having a private teacher beside you. He or she will be your teacher, your Chinese friend and your window to Chinese culture.
  • Convenience

    What you need is internet access, a computer or portable device and a headphone with microphone. You got these? You are good to go.
  • Cultural

    We not only teach you the language but also the culture. From our courses you will have a better understanding of Chinese culture, which will contribute a lot to your language learning as well as life in China.
  • Fun

    The course will never be boring. Our teachers are young and fun. They will make your course interesting and lively. You will enjoy your time with them.
  • Resources

    Large amount of resources in different forms are present on the website for your reference. The resources include lesson videos and audios, learning materials, learning tools and culture features and so on. Making full use of the resources will help you learn faster, easier and better.
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    Ten English Words Borrowed from Chinese

    Words taken completely or in part from another language are known as loanwords. In the English language, there are many loanwords that have been borrowed from Chinese languages and dialects.

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    Chinese Dialects

    Throughout history, China experienced many periods of disunity. This, in addition to its huge landmass, means that Chinese has a huge variety of dialects.

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    How to Learn Mandarin Chinese & Become Fluent

    The Mandarin Chinese dialect is spoken by 75% of China's 1 billion+ inhabitants. It is the language with the most speakers worldwide, with English and Spanish tied for second.

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    The Chinese Story of A Loss May Turn Out to Be A Gain

    Near China's northern borders lived a man well versed in the practices of Taoism. His horse, for no reason at all, got into the territory of the northern tribes. Everyone commiserated with him.

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    play the lute to a cow

    The proverb "To play the lute to a cow" is used by Chinese people to describe someone who is telling something complicated to the fool, or sometimes this idiom is used to describe a person who is trying to tell something to the wrong audience or listener.

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    Pronunciation Challenges

    Many of the sounds of Mandarin have approximate counterparts in English, but there are few sounds which are more challenging. They don’t have English equivalents and therefore need to be practiced more diligently than the other Mandarin sounds.


    Types of Tone Mistakes

    As a learner of Chinese, you're going to make mistakes with your tones.It's unavoidable. It can be helpful to reflect on the kinds of mistakes you're making, though, because it can help you realize that despite all the mangled tones, you're actually making progress.

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    Clothes Words in Chinese

    Clothes Words in Chinese

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    Typing in Chinese

    This tool allows you to write Chinese on your computer without installing any software. This Online Chinese input editor is based on pinyin.

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    Chinese Idiom

    Chinese Idiom or Chengyu are a type of traditional Chinese idiomatic expressions, most of which consist of four characters. Chengyu were widely used in Classical Chinese and are still common in vernacular Chinese writing and in the spoken language today.

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    Pinyin Chart

    Chinese Pinyin charts cover all pronunciations in standard mandarin, thus they have became an important tool to learn Chinese speaking. These charts were made several decades ago and some information is either wrong or out of date according to current Chinese.