Chinese Quizzes

Language Throw Down
If you don't get it to begin with ... you'll soon pick it up!
Chinese Provinces Chinese spelling
Pick the Chinese names of the Chinese provinces.
Chinese History Bunker
Can you answer these multiple choice questions correctly to reach sector 15 of the Chinese history bunker?
November in Other Languages
Remember, remember the words for November.
Language Toss-Up
We're just shocked that no country has made pig latin their officialway anguagelay.
Beginning Chinese: In The Classroom
Match the Chinese characters for objects in a classroom to their pinyin and their English meaning.
Separated Cities (China)
Can you rejoin the two halves of these Chinese city names?
Chinese Words You Probably Know
Surprisingly, not all the words you might know are about food.
Famous Chinese People Slideshow
Name these famous Chinese (incl. Hong Kong) people from their pictures.
Quick Pick: Count to 20 in Mandarin (Traditional)
Can you click on the correct buttons to quickly count from 1 to 20 in traditional Chinese numerals?
Chinese: Days
Pick the days of the week in Chinese.
TV Show by Chinese Food Scene
These must have been some tasty scenes to film.
Tough Choices: Language Edition
Sporcle is the same no matter what language you're speaking.
Chinese characters that look like their meaning
Match the chinese character with its meaning.
Quick Pick: Chinese Provinces, Not Cities
In one minute, can you click the Chinese provinces without clicking on a Chinese city?
Chinese Food Slideshow
You should probably open Eat24 in a separate tab before you start—you're going to need it after you see these pictures.
Hidden Neighbors of China
Let's play a little country hide-and-seek.
Chinese Zodiac in Literature
Can you pick an Animal of the Chinese Zodiac, a Character who is that Animal, the Book in Which it Appears and the Author of the Book
Chinese Zodiac Animals Click
The year of the 'enter your zodiac animal here' is DEFINITELY the best.
World Languages Bunker
If you make it all the way through this bunker, that means you're basically fluent in every language.
Literal Chinese Translations
We wonder how many people are walking around with a tattoo meaning 'dragon-shrimp' and have no idea...
Chinese Dialect Map
Just because they're dialects doesn't mean speakers can understand each other.
Four Great Classical Novels
Name the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese Literature.
China's Ethnic Groups
Don't worry, there's only 56 of them.
Spot the Real Chinese Characters
Hint: The impostors will be wearing fake mustaches.
Lexically Japanese or Chinese?
It's all Greek to me.
Chinese Province Capitals (Map)
Name the capitals of the chinese provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities.
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