FREE Chinese Audio Files
Readers can download the files using a password located in each book. The password is just a normal word in the text that we have picked. Check the table below for your book, your password, and your link to the audio files. Once you have the password head to the right web page, enter the password, and download your files.
MP3 files of all Capturing Chinese books are available for download here, free of charge for all our customers.
Listening to the stories will reinforce your learning of the Chinese in a fun and easy way.
|Which book do you have?||Password||Link|
|The last (English) word on page 254 (footnote 139)||Capturing Chinese: Short Stories From Lu Xun’s Nahan Audio Page|
|The last (English) word on page 143 (footnote 44)||Capturing Chinese: Lu Xun’s The Real Story of Ah Q Audio Page|
|The last (English) word on page 38 (footnote 686)||Capturing Chinese: The New Year’s Sacrifice Audio Page|
|The last (English) word on page 154 (footnote 250)||Capturing Chinese Stories: Prose and Poems by Revolutionary Authors|
|The last (English) word on page 230 (footnote 372)||Chinese Short Stories by Revolutionary Authors (Capturing Chinese)|
About the Speakers
Zhang laoshi was born in June of 1982 in Inner Mongolia. Zhang laoshi specialized in broadcasting and the teaching of Mandarin Chinese while studying at university in Beijing. He currently works as a radio broadcaster and as a teacher of Chinese.
Preview a sample from “Kong Yiji”
Wang laoshi was born in 1966 in Henan and is now an associate professor in Beijing. She specializes in Chinese language and literature. Wang laoshi has a masters degree in Chinese modern and contemporary literature, and a doctor’s degree in literature by the minority groups of China.
Preview a sample from “A Village Opera”
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