The Heroes

Every “hero” was at the “zero” level at some point. With hard work and effort learning the Mandarin language, many have improved their language skills tremendously. In this page we showcase some of our students who successfully passed the HSK exams after taking courses from us!

What Are The Perks?

Why should have your name inscribed in the Hall of Heroes? Well of course, you deserve to be recognized for your achievements and this is a place to show off your scores! You will also get a specific 15% off coupon code. This coupon can be used on all of our courses, and the best part is, all your friends get the same discount if they use your coupon code!

Vairis M.

First of all, I want to thank you guys for the amount of work you have done! Chinese Zero To Hero is an amazing project. I took your HSK3 course and successfully passed the official exam with high score, all thanks to you guys! I am a 23 year old student from Latvia. In the near future I’m planning to go to China in order to continue my studies. I’m absolutely convinced that taking your HSK4 course will help me to ace the exam as well!

M. Abdul Muhsin Zambang M.

I am a PhD student at Jiangsu University Majoring in Traffic and Transportation Engineering. I have been studying Chinese for the past six months. My goal is to at least speak and write Chinese. I took on HSK1 and HSK2 courses on Chinse Zero to Hero. I am also currently enrolled in the HSK3 and HSK 4 Part A and B. The courses I took help to understand the grammatical rules which help me in understanding the conversations in the HSK2 Level.

Simon Q.

I’m from Germany and started to learn Chinese to be able to communicate with the family of my Chinese wife. I was introduced to Chinese Zero to Hero through YouTube videos and already took the Chinese Zero to Hero HSK 3 class. I really enjoy Jon’s way of teaching and explaining Chinese grammar points. In the future, I plan to continue learning Chinese to get a head start before our newborn baby boy starts to speak Chinese.

ANNE L.

I am a Canadian and took several Mandarin classes before taking the HSK test. Now I would like to continue, but will have to do it through self-study. I’m am so pleased to find “Chinese Zero to Hero” and know it will be a big help in learning the vocabulary and grammar for HSK2.

PETER S.

I’m from Montreal, Canada and I’ve been teaching English in Guangzhou since 2015. I just learned survival Chinese for the first two years then at the end of the last school year decided I wanted to learn Chinese seriously in my free time. I’ve taken the Chinese Zero to Hero 3A and 3B courses and am currently working on 4A and 4B. They are honestly the basis and scaffolding for my learning Chinese. My favorite part is getting exact translations/explanations of grammar and vocab from someone who is fluent in English and Chinese so that I can then use the words and grammar confidently in my daily life. My goal is HSK4 in summer 2018, HSK5 in summer 2019, and longer term to be vaguely fully fluent, including reading and watching the news, watching movies, listening to music and articulating the meaning of life.

RAY V.

I just wanted to express my thanks for making this awesome course. I did my HSK 3 exam yesterday and feel very good about it. For sure this course has made the learning experience much more pleasant and efficient!

ANJU R.

I am a Spanish language teacher at a school in India and I’m very much passionate in learning Chinese language. As a self learner of languages, the course by ChineseZeroToHero was of great guidance in learning and scoring better in my exams. I also hope for scoring better in my HSK 4 exam, as I have enrolled in HSK4A Course. My future goal is to score good in my HSK5 and to avail the Confucius institute scholarship for Masters in teaching Chinese as second language from a reputable University in China.

Fabrice G.

Hi I’m Fabrice, I was born in Paris, France, but now I live in San Diego, California. I started learning Chinese a couple of years ago by myself for fun, and have traveled 3 times to China to visit. I stopped learning for almost a year due to multiple travels but then restarted using Chinese Zero to Hero as my base study guide for HSK. I just passed HSK 2 and will now start studying HSK 3! Why learning HSK for fun ? It gives me a specific goal and forces me to study hard because i’m the lazy type, and then it rewards me when I pass, acknowledging my hard work!

USMAN PERVAIS M.

I am a mechanical engineer from Pakistan currently working in China. I took the official HSK 3 test and successfully passed the exam. I got a huge help from Chinese Zero to Hero courses in achieving this score.

Knezevic D.

I am from Serbia. From my childhood I like China a lot. It started with Bruce Lee movies and later I studied about Chinese art, philosophy and culture. I came to China to work, live and study Chinese language. I took courses Zero To Hero 1, 2 and 3. It help me a lot to understand Chinese grammar and pronunciation. It is very clearly explained in those courses. My plans are to stay in China, learn fluently Chinese language and become more familiar with Chinese people. Of course I want to pass all HSK levels.

Muhammad M.

My name is Muhammad M. (a qualified Chartered Accountant and a financial analyst) from Pakistan. Initially, learning chinese was a passion, now it has been more of a challenge. Writing hanzi is still a nightmare. I wish I can have some Chinese friends to speak language with.

Giancarlo S.

My name is Giancarlo S. I am a neurosurgeon from Perú, I didn’t really take your official courses, but I studied from your YouTube videos for the HSK 2, it was a very helpful tool for me. I am planning to continue studying Chinese, I already enrolled to the HSK 3 course which is very entertaining. Thank you for letting me share this experience with you guys.

CHOKKALINGAM U.

I am Nathan from India, working as Business Analyst in Information technology company, I like China and it’s culture, tradition, food and people. I took Chinese Zero To Hero on YouTube. “Wo Ai Zhongwen!”

George F. S.

I’m an IT professional from the United States seriously studying Mandarin for a little over a year now. I first discovered the Chinese Zero to Hero videos on YouTube. I found them very informative and entertaining and I have been using them ever since. This series is a fantastic supplement to Jiang’s texts, reasonably priced, and easy to follow. For me, they were invaluable for squeezing in lesson review time during long drives or on the treadmill. Their grammar lessons are thorough…and I’m looking forward to their newer “Chinese Gone Wrong” grammar clean-up series. It’s a great find.

JEMMA S.

I was introduced to Chinese Zero to Hero through Youtube videos, and I can honestly say I haven’t found a better way to make sense of Chinese grammar! The materials here have helped me immensely. As a Chinese major, making good sense of the grammar is absolutely essential. In the near future I’ll be taking the HSK5 exam, and I am sure I will pass with the help of Chinese Zero to Hero! Thank you!

HARREL S.

I’m a student pilot from the Philippines learning Chinese for about a year now. I used the free videos from the Chinese Zero to Hero YouTube channel and the grammar PDF it provides to assess my level. I plan to take an official test in the near future with the help of the Chinese Zero to Hero HSK 4 course.

ANNE L.

I am a Canadian and took several Mandarin classes before taking the HSK test. Now I would like to continue, but will have to do it through self-study. I’m am so pleased to find “Chinese Zero to Hero” and know it will be a big help in learning the vocabulary and grammar for HSK2.

Muhammad M.

My name is Muhammad M. (a qualified Chartered Accountant and a financial analyst) from Pakistan. Initially, learning chinese was a passion, now it has been more of a challenge. Writing hanzi is still a night mare. I wish i can have some chinese friends to speak language with.

M. Abdul Muhsin Zambang M.

I am a PhD student at Jiangsu University Majoring in Traffic and Transportation Engineering. I have been studying Chinese for the past six months. My goal is to at least speak and write Chinese. I took on HSK1 and HSK2 courses on Chinse zero to hero. I am also currently enrolled in the HSK3 and HSK 4 Part A and B. The courses I took help to understand the grammatical rules which help me in understanding the conversations in the HSK2 Level.

Fabrice G.

Hi I’m Fabrice, I was born in Paris, France, but now I live in San Diego, California. I started learning Chinese a couple of years ago by myself for fun, and have traveled 3 times to China to visit. I stopped learning for almost a year due to multiple travels, but then restarted using Chinese Zero to Hero as my base study guide for HSK. I just passed HSK 2 and will now start studying HSK 3! Why learning HSK for fun ? It gives me a specific goal and forces me to study hard because i’m the lazy type, and then it rewards me when I pass, acknowledging my hard work!

Knezevic D.

I am from Serbia. From my childhood I like China a lot. It started with Bruce Lee movies and later I studied about Chinese art, philosophy and culture. I came to China to work, live and study Chinese language.
I took courses Zero To Hero 1, 2 and 3. It help me a lot to understand Chinese grammar and pronunciation. It is very clearly explained in those courses.
My plans are to stay in China, learn fluently Chinese language and become more familiar with Chinese people. Of course I want to pass all HSK levels.

Giancarlo S.

My name is Giancarlo S. I am a neurosurgeon from Perú, I didnt really take your official courses, but I studied from your YouTube videos for the HSK 2, it was a very helpful tool for me. I am planning to continue studying Chinese, I already enrolled to the HSK 3 course which is very entertaining. Thank you for letting me share this experience with you guys.

CHOKKALINGAM U.

I am Nathan from India, working as Business Analyst in Information technology company, I like China and it’s culture, tradition, food and people. I took Chinese Zero To Hero on YouTube. “Wo Ai Zhongwen!”

Vairis M.

First of all, I want to thank you guys for the amount of work you have done! Chinese zero to hero is an amazing project.I took your HSK3 course and successfully passed the official exam with high score, all thanks to you guys! I am a 23 year old student from Latvia. In the near future I’m planning to go to China in order to continue my studies. I’m absolutely convinced that taking your HSK4 course will help me to ace the exam as well!

Simon Q.

I’m from Germany and started to learn Chinese to be able to communicate with the family of my Chinese wife. I was introduced to Chinese Zero to Hero through YouTube videos and already took the Chinese Zero to Hero HSK 3 class. I really enjoy Jon’s way of teaching and explaining Chinese grammar points. In the future, I plan to continue learning Chinese to get a head start before our newborn baby boy starts to speak Chinese.

PETER S.

I’m from Montreal, Canada and I’ve been teaching English in Guangzhou since 2015. I just learned survival Chinese for the first two years then at the end of the last school year decided I wanted to learn Chinese seriously in my free time. I’ve taken the Chinese Zero to Hero 3A and 3B courses and am currently working on 4A and 4B. They are honestly the basis and scaffolding for my learning Chinese. My favorite part is getting exact translations/explanations of grammar and vocab from someone who is fluent in English and Chinese so that I can then use the words and grammar confidently in my daily life. My goal is HSK4 in summer 2018, HSK5 in summer 2019, and longer term to be vaguely fully fluent, including reading and watching the news, watching movies, listening to music and articulating the meaning of life.

RAY V.

I just wanted to express my thanks for making this awesome course. I did my HSK 3 exam yesterday and feel very good about it. For sure this course has made the learning experience much more pleasant and efficient!

ANJU R.

I am a Spanish language teacher at a school in India and I’m very much passionate in learning Chinese language. As a self learner of languages, the course by ChineseZeroToHero was of great guidance in learning and scoring better in my exams. I also hope for scoring better in my HSK 4 exam, as I have enrolled in HSK4A Course. My future goal is to score good in my HSK5 and to avail the Confucius institute scholarship for Masters in teaching Chinese as second language from a reputable University in China.

USMAN PERVAIS M.

I am a mechanical engineer from Pakistan currently working in China. I took the official HSK 3 test and successfully passed the exam. I got a huge help from chinese Zero to Hero courses in achieving this score.

George F. S.

I’m an IT professional from the United States seriously studying Mandarin for a little over a year now. I first discovered the Chinese Zero to Hero videos on YouTube. I found them very informative and entertaining and I have been using them ever since. This series is a fantastic supplement to Jiang’s texts, reasonably priced, and easy to follow. For me, they were invaluable for squeezing in lesson review time during long drives or on the treadmill. Their grammar lessons are thorough…and I’m looking forward to their newer “Chinese Gone Wrong” grammar clean-up series. It’s a great find.

JEMMA S.

I was introduced to Chinese Zero to Hero through Youtube videos, and I can honestly say I haven’t found a better way to make sense of Chinese grammar! The materials here have helped me immensely. As a Chinese major, making good sense of the grammar is absolutely essential. In the near future I’ll be taking the HSK5 exam, and I am sure I will pass with the help of Chinese Zero to Hero! Thank you!

HARREL S.

I’m a student pilot from the Philippines learning Chinese for about a year now. I used the free videos from the Chinese Zero to Hero YouTube channel and the grammar PDF it provides to assess my level. I plan to take an official test in the near future with the help of the Chinese Zero to Hero HSK 4 course.

JEMMA S.

I was introduced to Chinese Zero to Hero through Youtube videos, and I can honestly say I haven’t found a better way to make sense of Chinese grammar! The materials here have helped me immensely. As a Chinese major, making good sense of the grammar is absolutely essential. In the near future I’ll be taking the HSK5 exam, and I am sure I will pass with the help of Chinese Zero to Hero! Thank you!

How Do I Enter The Hall Of Heroes?


Who qualifies?

If you have passed an HSK test (either official test or self test), having received a score of over 60% (120/200 for HSK 1-2, 180/300 for HSK 3+), you are qualified to enter. We will display special badges for those who took the official test.

 

Fill out the form below to enter!

If you are qualified to enter, email us with the following info:

  1. Which HSK level did you pass? (1-6)
  2. What was your total score? (HSK 1 and 2, max score is 200, HSK 3-6, max score is 300)
  3. Official test or self test?
  4. If official test, please attach scan/photo of your test result.
  5. Attach a avatar you’d like to use (optional)
  6. A blurb to put on our web site, including:
    • A little about yourself
    • Which Chinese Zero to Hero courses did you take? How did they help you pass the test?
    • Any plans for the future?

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