Have you ever been to Adam Sheik’s Chinese (Cantonese) Help Sheets web site?
According to a post by the webmaster Adam found at this web page:
[quote]January was a record month in terms of unique visits, with just over 50,000 different people using the site.
The average number of visits per day has increased to 2600+ and over the month, 800,000 pages were served.
I bet I still can’t get a sponsor though!
I remember when Adam first announced his web site at the chineselanguage.org forums.
It wasn’t much then. Only a few web pages of Cantonese vocabulary under a few subject headings such as “weather”, “food”, “country names”, etc.
Now he has added a forum, a dictionary, a chat room, etc.
He gets so much traffic that he sometimes has bandwidth trouble and has to ask for donations to keep his site up.
Lots of times web surfers try to download his entire site causing problems for him.
I’m sure you know more Chinese than he does. Since you’re able to read Chinese and do translation work while he’s still at the “frustrated that he can only recognize a few characters here and there” stage.
Why don’t you do a web site with some Mandarin or Taiwanese vocabularies under a few subject topics as a start?
Here is the link to the “home page” for Adam’s site for you to get some ideas:
Also, you might try e-mailing Adam for some ideas and advice. He’s a very friendly guy.
I’ll post some more ideas at your forum when I have time since this is a “Learning Chinese” forum and this is getting way off topic.