No-brainer DealPrice will increase in the future. Sign up now to secure the price forever
- Access to all premium lessons
- Full-length lessons that teach you Chinese at conversational speed
- Access to member learning portal
- Access to member forum
Let me first be honest with you.
If you sign up now, you’ll get access to the Ultimate Traveller’s Course, which contains 34 video lessons. That’s all the lessons we’ve got at the moment and the course is designed for total beginners. This course alone was priced at $39. So if you just sign up to get this course, you’ll just pay $12.
My commitment to members is that I’ll produce 1 video lesson per day, 7 days a week, 365 videos per year so that you’ll never run out of lessons to learn.
Every lesson is less than 10 minutes, focused on one or two sentences. You can learn at your own pace and never get burned out again.
The Ultimate Traveller’s Course is made up of 34 video lessons which will cover you in a variety of situations when you are travelling in China including:
- Chinese Tones
- Introducing yourself
- Dining in a restaurant
- Shopping and bargaining
- Finding a toilet
- Travelling to places
WHY WAIT? SIGN UP NOW!
This course is designed for you to achieve maximum result with minimum effort.
There is no need to wait for the day which you can dedicate at least 2 hours in learning Chinese to come. That may be unrealistic with our busy lifestyle today and that day may never come.
$1/month is way too cheap. I’m pricing it this low hoping the word will spread faster. The price will go up in the future but if you sign up now, you’ll secure the lowest price and your renewal price will be locked at this price.
The course also comes with a 30-day risk-free money back guarantee. If you are unsatisfied with the course, just ask for a refund within 30 days of your purchase and we’ll happily refund 100% of your money back.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why doesn’t the courses cover written Chinese?
Unlike English, there is no such thing as Chinese alphabets. Chinese characters are symbols, not alphabets. You can be fluent in speaking but you can’t write a single Chinese character. Or you can write all 50,000 Chinese characters but you can’t pronounce a single sentence. Trying to learn how to speak and write at the same time increases your risk of getting a burnout and give up altogether and it’s almost like learning two different languages at the same time. With Chinese
What if the courses don’t work for me?
If you find that for whatever reason you are not satisfied with the course, just email us within 30 days of your purchase and we will happily refund 100% of your money back.