Join our host Johnny Nie as he teaches us some Mandarin Slang that you often encounter in every day modern Chinese conversations.
We all have that one classmate or co-worker that alway try to flatter or suck-up with the teacher or the boss. There’s a Mandarin Slang for that! Learn to say the slang phrase for “Slap the Horse’s Butt” in this episode.
NOTE: This video features SIMPLIFIED characters, which are used in Mainland China. For viewers studying the form of written Chinese used in Hong Kong and Taiwan (traditional), the traditional-character version of this video is available at .
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