My First Collaborative Translation!!

I’m still a student, so any step forward experience and career-wise is a god-send to me. The University of Leeds has a centre for Chinese writing, and they’ve been working together with Paper Republic to give people a chance to translate a literary piece on the coronavirus. It was called Give-It-A-Go Translation, so naturally IContinue reading “My First Collaborative Translation!!”

Freebie Time!

Hey folks, maybe it’s silly but I feel like commemorating my 10th follower! I’m still new to blogging, so small achievements make me feel happy. So I’m doing a giveaway! The first person to respond to this post gets 3 lessons – for free! – in Mandarin. It’s all online, so geography and the coronavirusContinue reading “Freebie Time!”

Why I Learned Chinese

When you grow up in a rough neighbourhood, you start fantasising about running away from a very young age. Luckily, I somehow resisted doing anything stupid, and stuck around in school until I was eighteen, when I left school with 14 GCSEs and 3 A-Levels (the qualifications needed for university). I was all set upContinue reading “Why I Learned Chinese”

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