If you’re still not used to Chinese, you may start with the less-stressing way to kick off your learning journey. You can listen to some Chinese music, read the lyrics while enjoying it.
Here are some song recommendations if you don’t know what Chinese music to listen:
- 小幸运 (A Little Happiness) by Hebe Tien
- 朋友 (Friends) by Emil Chau
- 你，好不好？(How Have You Been) by Eric Zhou
- 童话 (Fairy Tale) by Michael Wong
- 泡沫 (Bubble) by G.E.M.
- 老鼠爱大米 (Mice Love Rice) by Yang Chengang
- 小酒窝 (Small Dimple) by JJ Lin ft. A-Sa
- 少年 (Youth) by Meng Ran
- 对面的女孩看过来 (Girl, Look Over Here) by Richie Ren
- 芒种 (Grain in Ear) by Yin Que Shi Ting/ Zhao Fang Jing
If you already have Chinese language basics, you might want to challenge yourself to watch Chinese shows and get used to the pronunciation, intonation and how to use the right terms in the right situation. This practice can greatly enhance your Chinese language skills and contribute to a more effective Chinese language learning experience.
Here are some Chinese shows for recommendations:
- Keep Running (奔跑怕)
- Hello, Saturday! (你好星期六)
- Sing! China (中国好生硬)
- Sister Who Make Waves (乘风破浪的姐姐)
- Our Song (我们的歌)
- Produce Camp (创造营)
- Back to Field (向往的生活）
- Who’s the Murderer (大侦探）
- Youth Periplous (青春环游记）