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Mig

Intermediate Chinese recordings resources or links

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Mig

I saw in this forum some links about listening Chinese recordings and cannot find them any longer. I am looking for intermediate Chinese recordings to listen and practice tones in reading. Any suggestions are much appreciated.

 

Thanks

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Xiao Kui

I was going to recommend slow-chinese.com, but I got a security warning saying the website's certificate is likely expired.  I never know whether to take those warnings seriously or not. 

 

I was using those recordings several years back and pasting the transcript texts into imron's Chinese text analyser, and found that to be a great combination. 

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Mig

Thanks. I found one site with reading texts in mandarin Chinese but cannot find it anymore. I see very helpful reading out loud and listening to practice both tones and vocabulary. Any resources are highly appreciated. Thanks

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Wurstmann

At an intermediate level you should probably use stuff made for natives, like novels and TV shows. If you want to read the news, http://www.thepaper.cn/ isn't bad.

For listening there's Youtube and Bilibili.

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NinKenDo
On 3/31/2019 at 1:41 AM, Xiao Kui said:

I was going to recommend slow-chinese.com, but I got a security warning saying the website's certificate is likely expired.  I never know whether to take those warnings seriously or not. 

I this case, it's a little of both. The website is ACTUALLY compromised. While downloading the files should be fine BE CAREFUL. And definitely do not give the site any personal information! And don't trust it for anything beyond getting the MP3s or checking the transcripts. (Most of the MP3s are on Web Archive anyway. I will upload the rest there if people want.)

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