Shaolan Hsueh developed a visual-based Chinese language learning system called Chineasy that uses simple, easy-to-remember pictograms to teach the characters. Photo: Felix Wong

Why a female tech entrepreneur invented a new way to learn Chinese

  • Chineasy founder Shaolan Hsueh struggled to teach her UK-born kids Chinese with traditional materials, so she came up with her own
  • Now she hopes the award-winning language platform can bridge gaps between East and West
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Shaolan Hsueh developed a visual-based Chinese language learning system called Chineasy that uses simple, easy-to-remember pictograms to teach the characters. Photo: Felix Wong
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