Learn and improve your Chinese language with these short stories. They’re spoken in clear and slow Mandarin, with Hanzi, Pinyin, and English subtitles. Plus you get to learn a bit about Chinese culture as well!
Scroll down based on Chinese language levels:
- Beginner Chinese
- Elementary Chinese
- Intermediate Chinese
- Advanced Chinese
Beginner Chinese listening practice stories
Whatever you make I’ll eat it:
Little Le is going to make some sandwiches for tomorrow. What kind of sandwich does Paul like?
About to die:
Be careful when saying “kuai si le”, as it has dual meanings.
This imaginative story is from Evan, winner of the DuChinese & GoEast Chinese Story contest.
Elementary Chinese listening practice stories
This personal story on cultures is from 汪如诗Karen. Like she mentions in the story, she was born and grew up in the United States while her parents are from China. It’s the winner of the Du Chinese & GoEast Chinese Story contest.
Fried chicken milk tea:
Have you ever tried fried chicken flavored bubble tea?
Trying hard to buy a new car:
Your boss works hard so he gets a new car. So, when you try hard…
Where is my cellphone?
Where is my cellphone? Who do you call when in need of help? Wang Li relies on her sister.
Intermediate listening practice stories
Do you support getting engaged and married in a very short time?
Nowadays, remote work has become the choice of many companies and employees. What do you think about it?
Chinese Dinner Table Manners:
How to eat less but still be polite when visiting your Chinese friends?
Stiff neck from sleeping:
Little Le is trying to give Paul some advice for curing his stiff neck, but Paul doesn’t want to follow it.
Milk tea culture:
Today is about bubble tea, and how in China, bubble tea has become more than a drink.
Good medicine for insomnia:
A good method to fall asleep… Or is it?
Advanced Chinese listening practice stories
The Star of Happiness:
Winner of the Chinese Story Contest! This inspiring story is from 邬乐 (Leigh). Leigh is from Hawaii and has studied Chinese for 4 years (at GoEast!).
When do you say sorry?
How do you apologize in Chinese? It depends on how sorry you are.
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