A Trio of Chinese Web Comics

For those times when a text book is the last thing you want to look at, but you still want to get some Chinese practice in, try one of these web comics. They’re quick and easy to read, ranging from one to a few panels, which makes them perfect for practicing the Chinese you’ve already learnt or for picking up a few new vocabulary.

Chinese Web Comics

FCartoons

A one panel web comic that’s quick and witty, reminiscent of a newspaper comic you’re sure to get a laugh out of it. No English or Pinyin included but due to the short length you shouldn’t have any trouble looking up words you don’t know.

FCartoons

FCartoons Website
FCartoons on Twitter

MandMX

This seems to the be one of the longest running Chinese web comics on the net and focuses on cultural differences and topical subjects. It’s great for a laugh and also comes in both Chinese (Simplified) and English too!

MandMX

MandMX Website
MandMX on Twitter

Horse Dragon Fish

We’ve looked at this comic before (and even interviewed the creator), but in case you missed it, Horse Dragon Fish is a humorous comic that covers all sorts of topics from ex-pat life, cultural differences, Chinese idioms and a nice portion of randomness. Horse Dragon Fish features the dialogue in Chinese (Traditional), Pinyin and English.

Horse Dragon Fish

Horse Dragon Fish Website
Horse Dragon Fish on Twitter

Know of any other fun web comics in Chinese? Share them with us in the comments!