The coronavirus outbreak has caused many changes in our day-to-day life. 

People are urged to stay at home and only physically interact with people when necessary. In places like New York City, everything considered “non-essential” is closed

While social distancing is needed for one’s own health and that of the public, it can be taxing for a number of reasons. 

One of the most difficult things to do in quarantine is maintain a healthy psyche and stay motivated. Given these tense times, the last thing people need is worrying about maintaining their skills in Chinese. 

Without access to language partners, tutors, classes, language labs or motivation, this task can prove to be quite difficult. 

So from one fellow stressed and unmotivated student to another, below are three lazy and low-pressure ways to practice your Chinese.



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Adriane Kong

Adriane Kong is a student pursuing a B.A in Urban Studies at Columbia University. She hopes to combine art and design to promote the voices of marginalized groups.