I’ve compiled a list of language learning resources on Twitter for those of you who are studying or thinking of learning an East Asian language. The majority of the accounts listed below offer “words of the day”, grammar tips and/or links to videos and podcasts and were all active at the time of writing this post.
UPDATE : Readers are welcome to follow my Twitter account, @EyeonEastAsia, where you will receive (almost) daily updates on East Asian cuisine, languages, cultural heritage and archaeology.
Readers are welcome to follow my Twitter account, @EAsiaHeritage, where you will receive (almost) daily updates on East Asian cultural heritage and archaeology news.
The main focus is on China, Japan and South Korea archaeology and heritage but you will also find news on Mongolian, Tibetan and Taiwanese cultural heritage as well as the occasional link to useful educational resources, such as this one.
It’s been many months since my last official update so if you’re one of those readers who have been coming back to the blog despite the lack of activity, I thank you for your patience and hope I can continue to hold your interest. I’ve decided to reboot this blog after much consideration. As you can see, the blog has a new look and I’ve added a new Twitter feed (@EyeonEastAsia) to the side menu. Feel free to follow me if you’re on Twitter.
Over the next week or so, I shall be checking all of the blogs listed in my blogroll to see if they are still being updated. If you spot any dead links, do let me know as this will help speed up this process. If you have a blog and would like to see it included in my blogroll, you’re welcome to leave a message with a link to the blog in question. Blogs will be added to the blogroll at my discretion and only blogs with an East Asian theme will be considered for inclusion.
That’s all from me for now. Expect a few new blog posts within the next couple of weeks!