Read NY Times in Chinese and English Side-by-Side

by Dave Flynn | 21st September, 2012 | Web |
Read NY Times in Chinese and English Side-by-Side

The Chinese version of the New York Times has already been live for a few months, and now you can view English and Chinese news stories side-by-side.

Just click on 「英中对照」 at the top of a story to view both the English and Chinese versions next to each other. Unfortunately, even though the website is available in both Traditional and Simplified versions, the side-by-side feature appears to only be available in Simplified Chinese, though this shouldn’t be a problem if you’re using the New Tong Wen Tang browser plugin that can convert a webpage between the two.

Viewing Chinese and English stories side-by-side, together with PeraPera-Kun Chinese Pop-Up Dictionary could be a very efficient way to study Chinese and increase your vocabulary.

Taiwan’s Liberty Times also offers a similar service.

Thanks to OCTW Chen for the heads up.

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Dave is a designer of websites, learner of Chinese and lover of technology. Originally from the UK, he's been living in Taiwan and learning Mandarin Chinese for the last eight years. He founded and runs Chinese Hacks, a blog dedicated to effectively learning Chinese.

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2 Comments

  1. This is so cool! Thanks for the heads up.


  2. Lewis

    Dave, this is an amazing heads up.

    Cheers!