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Here’s What the Written Chinese Elves Have Been Up To March 13 – March 26 2017

Over the last few weeks in the Written Chinese Office…

In a recent spring clean, we got rid of some spiders and other unsavoury bugs in both our iOS and Android versions of the Written Chinese Dictionary!

Don’t forget to update the app to v2.2.4 to fix any pesky problems you might have had!

Coming Soon….

We’re changing things up on our Social feeds with some new ‘daily phrases’ that will help improve your spoken Chinese!

But don’t worry, we’re still going to be posting Chinese characters, as well as some old favourites like our Saturday picture flashcard and weekly blog post!

Happy Studying!

Hollie and the Written Chinese Elves

                   

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  • Nora Joy Wilson

    at first I thought you were going to say spiders and other bugs in the OFFICE, hehe… and which bug would be very easy to guess 😛