Xiaomanyc 小马在纽约

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Xiaomanyc 小马在纽约 Wiki Info

YouTube NameXiaomanyc
Profession(s)Instagram, Tiktok, YouTuber
BirthdayJune 17 1995
Age25 years (As in 2021)
GenderMale
BirthplaceNew York, United States
HometownNew York, New York, United States
NationalityAmerican

About Xiaomanyc

The American YouTuber XiaomanycXiaoma (Chinese: 小马在纽约) is famous for his ability to speak many languages. Most of his videos are about him shocking random people with his ability to speak Chinese, and that’s mostly what his channel is based on. Being from the U.S, A country where most people are frowned upon for speaking a different language, it’s now a curiosity when someone can speak more than one language. It’s no surprise Xiaomanyc has been able to capitalize on YouTube for his ability to speak more than one language. The Youtuber currently has over 3 million subscribers.

Criticism

His growth has not been without Criticism, mostly by unwittingly using individuals in local Chinatown for clout. Some even making fun of him for exaggerating his ability to speak Chinese.

Twitter

The ironic reality is that the supposed "rigors" of classical grammatical education are next to useless for actual language learning and that this type of nostalgic prescriptivist fantasizing has done way more harm than good in the name of "rigorous" education @ScorpioMartian

The ironic reality is that the supposed "rigors" of classical grammatical education are next to useless for actual language learning and that this type of nostalgic prescriptivist fantasizing has done way more harm than good in the name of "rigorous" education @ScorpioMartian
LilliputianX @XLilliputian

Greek grammar with Boris Johnson:

"ἀντί, ἀπό, ἐκ and πρό, with the genitive do go.
ἐν and σύν must have the dative."

Sometimes people ask how they can get Chinese like mine, but in reality there are lots of non-native speakers who speak better than me, including and especially this French guy who has the best Chinese I've ever heard from a foreigner https://youtu.be/vD_4NNnWTew

I think my chance to learn an alien language could come a lot faster than anticipated!

I think my chance to learn an alien language could come a lot faster than anticipated!
60 Minutes @60Minutes

“I don't know who's building it, who's got the technology, who's got the brains. But there's something out there that was better than our airplane,” says fmr. Navy pilot David Fravor about his experience with a UFO off the Pacific coast in 2004. https://cbsn.ws/3flg1x7

Did you know that when @realXiaomanyc learned Mandarin, he heavily relied on Anki?

In this interview, I talk to Xiaoma about how he reached his current level in Mandarin during a one-year period of extremely intensive immersion and study in China!

https://youtu.be/so1FliULni8

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