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[Chinese] Saturday, March 31 2012 @ 10 AM EST

by Mike Newton on March 29th, 2012

Bam! New language hangout.

I fell off the wagon a while back and it’s time to get back in the saddle and ride this language hangout pony into awesome land. (I’m a little excited, can you tell?)

Don’t remember what the language hangout is all about? Read this right meow.

The target language of this hangout will be Chinese. Whereas previously I did not specify which language the hangout would be focusing on, I reckon for the sake of relevancy and to avoid falling into a multilingual paradox where the energy of multiple language being spoken in one hangout tears a hole in the space-time continuum, we’ll just focus on one.

It’s Chinese!

Come get your Mandarin on with me tomorrow (Saturday, March 31) at 10 AM EST (UTC/GMT-5)  which just so happens to be 10 PM in China.

If you haven’t added me to your circles on Google+ yet, here’s the link to my profile.

While you’re at it, follow me on Twitter and tell me that you simply cannot wait (等不及) for the hangout!

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  • NielDLR

    How did this go? I missed it!

    • Mike Newton

      Not so hot, unfortunately! I had one guy stumble in through some random Hangout-finding app, and another fellow that wanted to join but couldn’t because of technical difficulties, but I’m still glad I did it.

      I had a couple people contact me afterwards saying they wanted to make it. It’s a process, you know? Gotta start building awareness and all that. Can’t go from zero to hero in one hangout!

      Hope you can make the next one which will probably occur at the end of April!


      • NielDLR

        Ah bummer. But I agree, can’t expect a massive crowd just yet :)
        Cool, yes I’d like to attend! Keep us in the loop.

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