Come celebrate 中秋节 (zhōng qiū jié) - Mid-Autumn Festival - with us!
Watch this awesome live hangout with Yangyang and Jason (Yoyo Chinese Product Manager and Mandarin enthusiast for 10+ years), talking all about this traditional Chinese holiday:
• Watch our fun moon cake blind taste test
• Learn a super famous Chinese poem (about the moon)
• Learn useful Mandarin vocabulary and expressions
Guide to Mid-Autumn Festival
Read this blog post to learn more about 中秋节 (zhōng qiū jié) - Mid-Autumn Festival.
It has a ton of useful Mandarin Chinese vocabulary (with audio samples) and tons of cultural insights into this important holiday.
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If you're interested in Chinese culture, learning Mandarin is your key to exploring these holidays, traditions, art, literature, movies and more.
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There are free lessons at the start of each of our courses, so if you're a more advanced learner, you may want to check out our Intermediate or our Upper Intermediate Conversational Course:
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Let us know if you have any questions, or if you've celebrated Mid-Autumn Festival yourself in the comments below!
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YANGYANG CHENG is the founder of Yoyo Chinese and a TV personality. She taught Chinese to MBA students at Pepperdine University. Before that, Yangyang was the host of the popular entertainment TV show "Hello Hollywood!, bringing Western culture to tens of millions of viewers in China. Currently, she teaches Mandarin through video lessons on Yoyo Chinese, and can also be found hosting educational shows on popular channels like the Discovery Channel.
Wed, 04 Oct 2017 07:00:00 GMT
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