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I am learning Chinese and Flutter development at the same time. Here’s my method.
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Josh from the band transition joined us on this episode to discuss the band and his learning journey with Mandarin.
The Story Behind Mandaboo The story behind the Mandaboo web-series and app development. By TOM CAIN We have started a new webseries called ‘Mandaboo’. We also made an iOS app. The principle of the series is simple. Try to guess what Ula is talking about and create your own. “A MVP is, basically, the simplest […]
Staying Safe in Taiwan What are we doing in Taiwan to prevent the spread of the Corona-virus Covid-19? BY TOM CAIN At the time of writing this we have 100 cases of Covid-19 in Taiwan. We did have 47 last week but some devilishly selfish people decided to go on holiday to Europe for a […]
The 100th Mandarin Monkey Podcast episode is coming up. 100 hours of Chinese and English
Hi Everybody, Thanks so much for signing up to the mailing list and for downloading this document. We have put together a list of the most commonly asked questions through 2019 and 2020 on learning the Mandarin/Chinese language and put them all into this helpful list. We touch on language and culture in this document. […]
MARKETING So there are a number of ways to market a product and certainly no golden goose, ultimate key or five easy steps to follow. The only thing that we have learned is that people connect with stories. More specifically stories in which they are in and that they are the hero of. The customer […]
So, if you are like me and enjoy reading about the super successful million or billionaire entrepreneurs that created something during the dot com boom and have now decided to write about their rise to the top. This isn’t going to be one of those. This is about the small stuff. The Start Up Stuff. […]