Put it somewhere you pass everyday, it will be a daily reminder and motivation to study. Check out these examples.
Spot characters you already know and the ones you don't. Memorize them together with their keyword and pinyin, or look them up in our eBook.
Use the provided marker pen to highlight the characters you have learned and visualize your progress.
Each character is shown with pinyin pronunciation, a memorable keyword and coordinates to easily look-up extra details.
Our best selling poster is the perfect size for hanging on your wall and fits into standard frames.
We use the best quality paper to ensure durability and to avoid sagging/ripping.
Coated with a thin plastic film so you can write on it/eat your dinner off it.
Can also be used as a cape to help fight crime.
An expansion of our first poster, just with a more difficult set of characters. The same size, quality and features.
Pairs nicely with our eBook.
May also be used as a flag to ward off enemies.
We took our character frequency list and added a whole bunch of extra information.
We've optimized our poster for self-printing and split it into levels - go from a humble grasshopper to jade emporer.
0% of the profits go to Chairman Mao.
The First 1000
2 Tea Egg
3 Crispy Duck
4 Terracotta Warrior
5 Giant Panda
The Second 1000
6 Crouching Tiger
8 Shaolin Monk
9 Golden Monkey
10 Jade Emporer
Kudos for @MandarinPoster for sending me a new, free poster, because I received my first heavily damaged! Great service!— Wieteke (@Wieteke4) November 9, 2013
Wanna have high quality poster on your wall to learn simplified Chinese? Order 1 from @MandarinPoster. Mine is in kitchen.— Mr. Sweaty Bear (@sweatyinbkk) September 3, 2013
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We ship to every country.
Shipping is $5 for the first poster, $2 for each extra one, to any country.
Most of our posters are coated in a plastic film, it's not as thick as laminate but that's a good thing as it's lighter and better for the environment. Check the store pages to get the low-down on specific posters.
Yes, we provide you with an ultra-special marker pen that you use on the poster, but pretty much any water-based marker should be fine.
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will set you up with some sweet dealz.
If you have ordered before, send us in an awesome picture of your poster and we'll see what we can do.
Send us an email at email@example.com with your order number and we will sort it out.
That depends on which country you are located in, however in general all orders take around 1-4 weeks to arrive.
Yes, we offer PDF versions of the posters that you can print yourself. They are available in our store.
Two dedicated life-long learners of Chinese
Dave is a learner of Chinese, designer of websites, and lover of technology, in that order. Originally from England, he’s been living in Taiwan and learning Mandarin Chinese for almost eight years. He founded and runs Chinese Hacks, a blog dedicated to learning Chinese. You can follow Dave on Twitter @DaveFlynn or simply ask for “茶米” at any number of Betel Nut stores (檳榔店) in southern Taiwan.
After spending several years learning Chinese in Taiwan, Chris moved to Germany to build web sites and eat Knödel. When he’s not pondering over radicals and stroke order, he’s making character frequency lists for fun or working on various side projects for MandarinPoster such as CharacterPop and Chinese is Awesome.