A tutorial made by InternChina teaching how to use public bus transport in China. Apply now for an internship in China: internchina.com/apply
These two apps are to help with Communication(Wechat) and Transportation(Baidu Maps) within China.
Chinese To English - Using Baidu Translate For All Translation Problems Translate Chinese into any language using Baidu. Using Baidu translate you can understand many Chinese articles, news stories, profile bios, web pages and so on. You can use different methods such swipe scanning text from pictures, scanning characters words texts, and manual language input. This is by far one of the most handy translation tools around, with many helpful features. Makes understanding Chinese easy. Makes learning Chinese simple.
A different type of video for you today. This will be very popular with folks that travel and people who have friends or business partners who speak another language. Baidu Input Method For Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.baidu.input Baidu Input Method For iOS - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id916139408?mt=8 The Baidu Input Method allows you to quickly and accurately translate from Chinese to English and English to Chinese - all without leaving your current app. Watch the video and learn more about the Baidu Input Method.
As you know, in China, Google is blocked, so is Google Maps. If you want to use a navigation app that tells you which bus or train to catch to get to your destination and how to walk there, Baidu Map is probably your best option. Baidu Map is China's alternative to google maps.
For a 1 MONTH FREE TRIAL to VyprVPN click here: https://goo.gl/5NKXki No matter where you find yourself in the world, everyone can do with something to make their life better or easier. After living in China for close to a year, I have put together a list of apps that have done exactly that for me in this country. Whether you’ve moved to a major city like Beijing or are just travelling through a small part of China, these apps have made my life here substantially easier and hopefully they will do the same for you. I cover a range of areas including Language, Payments, Health, Transport, Travel, Food and Shopping. 0:33 VPN (1 MONTH FREE TRIAL to VYPRVPN: https://goo.gl/5NKXki) 1:52 Google Translate – Language assistance tool 2:22 Pleco Chinese/English Dictionary – Language assistance tool 3:56 Wechat （微信）– Chat/Payments 5:34 Alipay （支付宝）– Payments 6:15 Beijing Air Quality – Health, Air Pollution 6:59 Metroman – Transport, Subway system navigation 7:46 Ofo – Transport, Bike Sharing Platform 9:47 Baidu Maps （百度地图）– Travel 10:06 Ctrip – Travel 11:03 Eleme （饿了么）& Meituan （美团）– Food Delivery 11:48 Dian Ping （点评）- Food & Restaurant reviews 12:32 Taobao （淘宝）- Online Shopping 12:50 Summary – Top 5 essential apps to use in China revealed You can also find me on: Instagram: @brhinos Twitter: @brhinos Facebook: facebook.com/brhinos
Shares of Baidu.com climb higher on news that the Chinese search giant inked a deal with Microsoft that would allow its users to see English-language search results generated by Bing.
Hello, friends! Here are my top 15 apps in no particular order, that you should get if you decide to travel and park up for a bit in China. 1. Wechat 2. Alipay 3. Waimai or new one is called Meituan. 4.Taobao or JD.com 5. Pleco 6. Memrise 7. Decipher 8. Mircosoft Translator 9. Express VPN 10. Uber/DiDi 11. Fabby, MRRMRR, B612, Meitu or Faceu 12. Mobike or OfO 13. NetEase Cloud Music 14. Fun Guide Beijing 15. China Unicom app **ABOUT THIS CHANNEL** Hello, friends! Ooh Lavi is a vlog about a young, outgoing say it like it is Yorkshire lass living in China! 芮灵 Rui Ling, is a jet-setting culture-loving English Language teacher at a prestigious Beijing International school. Stay tuned as she embarks on an adventure of language barriers, banter and cultural eccentricities with new videos every week! **MORE VIDEOS** Reaction to Higher Brothers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lp5eblcDtxU Reaction to Xie Di (Fat Shady) F*£% Foreigners https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6S29tmG98Zw&t=9s Granny dance battle! Travelling in Beijing - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EUmlL9lzRc GRWM Makeup tutorial in China - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZsUzsqZSjY&t=2s * Not a sponsored video