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

15th January 2019

ShaoLan, a confessed geek, relied on visual designers to create the pictograms, but she herself comes from a family with strong artistic tendencies.

“When I was young, I felt like a black sheep. I wanted to study science and I didn’t want to do anything artistic,” Hsueh says. “I grew up in a family that didn’t buy art. Everyone was a creator.”

Tap the link to read more about ShaoLan’s life journey and what brought her to create Chineasy: the new way to read Chinese.

(Photo credit: South China Morning Post)

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