Learning is better when you’re laughing!
Your kids will read Chinese stories willingly!
Yes, it’s possible!
Like you, we’ve had too many learning experiences that make us feel bad about ourselves with our second language—in our case, Chinese.
It’s gotten to the point that many of us start to believe we’re just “naturally bad” in Chinese or languages. But it doesn’t have to be that way!
Imagine your kids picking up a book in Chinese and enjoying reading it.
Yes, it’s possible—with DIM SUM WARRIORS!
The Dim Sum Warriors Learning System is based on cutting-edge research into literacy, linguistics and pedagogy, and constructed by education experts and award-winning artists to make learning languages a joyful experience.
GET STARTED WITH DIM SUM WARRIORS—It’s Super Easy!
STEP ONE: DOWNLOAD OUR APP—You get a FREE 6-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION!
It’s super-easy to get your 6 MONTHS FREE SUBSCRIPTION to our DIM SUM WARRIORS Bilingual Comic Reader APP!
1. Register for free username and password (click the button below!)
3. Log in with your username and password to open up ALL stories, ALL games and bilingual features, and ALL THE FUN!
*Note: Offer expires at midnight UTC+8 of 31 July 2021. Every month for the next 6 months, you will have a code applied at renewal to keep your app subscription FREE, i,e, you will be getting 1 month free six times. After 6 months, you will be asked if you wish to purchase a subscription. However, you may cancel your subscription at anytime. T&Cs apply. Please refer to our Terms & Conditions for details.
The DIM SUM WARRIORS Bilingual Comic Reader App
The DIM SUM WARRIORS App will delight your kids for hours with:
💥 Hilarious bilingual comic stories—toggle between languages easily!
💥 Actors reading the stories in both English and Chinese!
💥 Vocabulary-building games!
💥 Cutting-edge reading evaluation tech—record your voice, and get immediate feedback on pronunciation and fluency!
And you can have peace of mind–our App is designed by education experts and award-winning artists, and independently certified for high pedagogical quality by Education Alliance Finland, one of the world’s top edtech impact verification agencies!
To give you and your kids extra motivation:
After you read the stories in the app, come meet the creators of the Dim Sum Warriors together with a certified Chinese teacher at our FREE Chinese-English Doodle Date this June, where you can ask questions about the books and the stories!
The Doodle Dates are 20-minute bilingual sessions streamed on our Dim Sum Warriors Doodle Date Facebook Group, where our artist will draw what the audience suggests—and everyone can draw along and learn accompanying words and phrases in both English and Chinese.
It’s always a lot of fun, and we’ve even been told that entire families join in too! Learn More
Thousands of kids have attended Dim Sum creativity workshops in their schools and elsewhere!
Our workshops and puppet shows include: Cartoon Drawing for Kids, How to Make Comics, Creative Chinese for Kids, Mandarin for Kids.
We’ve also partnered with organisations like the Speak Mandarin Campaign, the Lee Kuan Yew Fund for Bilingualism, Asia Society Hong Kong Center and many others!
Look at what parents, educators, experts and kids
are saying about Dim Sum Warriors!
“My 7-year-old daughter keeps re-reading the Little Dim Sum Warriors books. She thinks they’re really funny, and she laughs every time she reads them.”
YEO YANN YANN 杨雁雁
Winner of the Golden Horse Award for Best Actress
The Dim Sum Warriors App gives plenty of freedom for practice: It’s easy to toggle from one language to another, limitless possibilities to listen and re-listen to the stories / words, possibility to look into a keyword more closely, a chance to record and listen to your own reading, with good feedback from the solution about the pronunciation. The Dim Sum Warriors Curriculum has:
1. Extensive, detailed and yet easy to access materials for educators to ensure successful learning experiences for the students.
2. Visually appealing and easy to use digital application to support and diversify the learning process.
3. Learning through stories that happens naturally and supports a bi-lingual approach
EDUCATION ALLIANCE FINLAND
“The students and staff at our school absolutely adore the Little Dim Sum Warriors books. They tick so many boxes for books that are in high demand by students and staff. They are funny, they are bilingual, and they are comic style picture books. Fantastic illustrations, brilliant text and a must have for all libraries!”
Director of Libraries, Dulwich College (Singapore)
“Dim Sum Warriors has provided a great platform for Chinese supplementary reading materials. My children love the stories and drawings and I find the quizzes and worksheets very helpful for learning. We thoroughly enjoyed watching the videos too. Comic characters that came out from our daily life, that’s something that kids can really connect to!”
KOH LENG LENG
Assistant Head, Faculty of Languages, ACS International
“It’s great because it can read to you and it can change the language and you can even record yourself reading the book.”
Welcome to the Dim Sum Warriors Doodle Date—a really fun way to learn Chinese for kids, that also builds creativity and imagination!
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