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WCC DICTIONARY FREE

Yes, anyone at any age can learn to speak, read and write Chinese. We’re Chinese learners too and together with a team of Chinese native speakers have created tools to help you succeed in your Chinese learning goals.

Start by creating a free account which will sync your progress to your iOS/Android WCC Dictionary app.

Kevin Clark (review from Google Play)

5star

Cool new feature Love the new visual feature. You just point the camera at characters and you can look them up in the dictionary.

Peter DiSalvo (review from Google Play)

5star

Great update The latest update has some great features.This app is a must have if you’re learning Chinese.

Nick Olson (review from Google Play)

5star

Good for reference, perfect for self-study Very useful, lots of free features. This is by far the best resource learning Chinese that I’ve found so far.

HERE’S WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO LATELY

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August 31st: Here’s What the WCC Elves Have Been Up To August 24 – August 30

This week in the WCC Office…. Android FINALLY got that update you’ve all been waiting for: Unlimited Flashcards! Woooohoooo! Our Chinese Name Stamp page is looking pretty fantabulous with new images and more style options. Finally, we’d like to say cheers to Android Headline for their smashing review of WCC Dictionary! In ye olde nutshell:... Read More

August 24th: Here’s What the WCC Elves Have Been Up To August 17 – August 23

Last week we went forth and released our first press release – scary stuff! You might have seen me in the glamorous role of ‘Myself’ in the WCC Dictionary video, which is probably even more scary! Talking of glamour (and I mean real glamour), take a look around our new site! Isn’t she a stunner?!... Read More

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