Chinese slang in GoEast Mandarin’s Beyond Glass
‘Throw a long line to catch fish’, ‘add oil’, and ‘eat tofu slowly’. Chinese language is full of comforting idioms or internet saying. Here we list thirteen of them, for you to improve your Mandarin speaking skills and speak Chinese more like a native.
Ellie wants a house in Shanghai and develops a plan. Michael offers advice and some words of wisdom, that all roads lead to Rome.
Ellie ate 8 hotpots & Michael has a new job. How are they doing? Here’s how to say ‘Every beginning is difficult’ in Mandarin.
Ellie got scolded by her boss. Michael’s advice: Don’t take it too seriously.
To counterstrike is to go from a bad situation to a good one. In Chinese language: 逆袭Nìxí
How high is your face score? And the restaurant’s face score? And what about the boss-lady?
Life is too hard, feels Michael. Ellie cheers him up with some positive energy.
Want to show your confidence in doing something and letting others count on you? Here is the Chinese saying you need: I’ll take charge of it.
Want to encourage your friends or cheer them up? Here is the most motivational Chinese word: Add oil!
Learn how to say the most famous Star Wars line in Mandarin.
Don’t be surprised if someone does something weird, there are all kinds of strange people in the world.
Don’t be too anxious while doing something, because a watched pot never boils.
This isn’t advice for how to catch fish. It’s a way to inspire someone to set a bigger goal.
And at worst you will never read this text. At worst you’ll never see Ellie & Michael in the video. At worst you won’t learn Mandarin.