Several days after comparing the options and publishing a guide on how to get unrestricted internet access in China, I got an e-mail from Astrill, who offers a VPN service offering unlimited internet access. I take a look at Astrill and compare it to Freedur, which it bears a strong resemblance to.
In the constant search to find more efficient language acquisition techniques, I’m always adjusting my study routine. The other day I stumbled upon Lingt, a site which offers vocabulary lists for Chinese language learners and creates a memorization schedule for you to maximize vocabulary recall.
Apple’s Character Palette is great for finding problematic characters that can’t be located by Pinyin, and if you’re on a Mac, you don’t even have to download anything! Read about how it works in this post.
If you aren’t using a proxy to access the internet from the Mainland, you are really missing out on a lot of great content – Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and Blogspot to name a few of the most well known blocked sites. Here’s how to get free reign over the internet by using a VPN.
A breakdown and comparison of all the options – Tudou, Youku, Vimeo, and of course Youtube. Are any of these worth checking out?