Learning a foreign language by watching movies/TV series can be a great way to get ahead in learning a second language. Of course learning Chinese has no exception. If you have been learning Chinese for a period of time, watching Chinese movies can help you with your listening skills, but also improve your spoken Chinese, too.
Youku is a Chinese version of YouTube. It is one of China’s largest streaming video app. The TV Channel offers thousands of latest TV dramas that are newly released. There is a special channel offer some mini-series and gains great attention among Chinese netizens.
PPTV, formerly known as PPLive, is a right place for you to watch Chinese TV series. The series are categorized in multiple aspects, like countries, themes, year and actors. As to other Chinese video apps, there are some ads before you actually enjoy the TV series.
Iqiyi TV, like Hulu in the US, is a streaming video platform that owed by Baidu, which focusing on Chinese HD TV series and movies. It not only provides the newest copyrighted video content, but also produces its own funny content to attract young generations.
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