The course targets both non-Chinese and Chinese speakers who are new to Cantonese language. It is optional to know Chinese characters. Simply follow the video and pronounce the vocabulary in Cantonese.
Flags of Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, China, USA, UK, Japan, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Vietnam, Taiwan, South Korea, North Korea, Sweden, Canada, Brazil, Russia, India, Switzerland, France, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Spain, Belgium, Mexico, Turkey and South Africa
Dim Sum including must-have items on the menu
Local food that is available in Hong Kong for lunch and dinner
Transport including bus, train, cable car, tram, ferry, mini bus, plane, helicopter, motorcycle, that are available in Hong Kong
Fruit including apple, passion fruit, guava, grape, pear, apricot, pomelo, plum, durian, pineapple, mango, persimmon, mangosteen, lemon, banana, peach, cherry, watermelon, papaya, longan, coconut, orange, kiwi, melon, grapefruit, starfruit, dragon fruit, rambutan, custard apple, strawberry, avocado, blueberry, hami melon, fig, blackcurrant, jack-fruit, pomegranate and wax apple
Street snack that you cannot miss in Hong Kong
Seafood including squid, oyster, scallop, lobster, octopus, eel, calm, crab, abalone, sea cucumber, shark fin, fish maw, geoduck, shrimp, mussel, razor calm, urchin, jelly fish, seaweed and various kinds of fish
Dessert of local Hong Kong styles and western styles.
The pictures help you remember the vocabulary easily.
The vocabulary will allows you to order food, go shopping, travel around with the local people. If you use it with body language, then it will be more effective to communicate with the people around you.