Watching videos is definitely one of the interesting and best ways to alleviate the pressure, learn a new skill, and even to learn a new language and culture. By watching videos, you can not only learn new words, slang and listen to different accents, but also know more about Chinese culture. The YouTube channels we recommend in this article, all have Chinese and English subtitles, so you can listen and also try to read at the same time.
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Let’s start with Hailey 莫彩曦, aka Mo Caixi.
Hailey is a well-known American YouTuber and Internet celebrity. One of her famous and most-viewed videos is comparing the differences between 7-11 in the United States and Taiwan. 7-11 is your go-to convenience store for food, snacks, beverages, gas and so much more. Generally open 24 hours a day in Taiwan.
Ku’s dream 酷的夢
If you’re a foodie and not sure which food you should try when visiting Taiwan or some other Asian countries, you don’t want to miss out Ku’s Dream YouTube channel.
In this episode, the French internet personality, Ku sat down with his French friends to try TAIWANESE HOT POT, which completely blew their mind. Have you ever tried the hot pot before? Here’s the post about the 5 tips about how to properly eat hotpot!
This funny Youtube channel was created by a multicultural group of people who are now living in China, famous for their internationally popular comedy series about life as an Expat overseas! In this video, they compare the cultural differences between couples from western countries and China.
這群人 This group of people
This group of people is a really famous Taiwanese YouTube channel for the funny, hilarious and rich content, showing different scenarios that occur in different moments of daily life. From the videos, you can also find lots of cultural differences between western countries and Taiwan. One of our favorite series is “Breakfast Stories Classics.” Breakfast is a big part of Taiwan food culture, while the breakfast shop idea is not that popular in western countries. Watch this video to learn more about it.
Kevin in Shanghai
Curious about learning different Chinese accents? Then this channel is for you.
Kevin likes to invite guests from different parts of China to talk about the differences between various regional accents, dialects or even slang.
We hope you’ve enjoyed the channels that we like and recommend. We believe there are definitely more channels out there with good quality of content and production. Share with us your favorite Channel and why. Or let us know if you like our recommendations. We have a looooong list to share! 😉