How did I become a Voice Over artist in Mandarin Chinese?

Right after China’s “Reforms and Opening up” to the Outside World, I was born in the most populated city Chongqing in China, surrounded by the mountains and rivers. To realize my childhood dream, I was admitted into a college in Beijing for becoming a professional TV presenter. In result of few years of training, I finally accomplished the study and obtained a license to practise as presenter for TV, Radio and other Media, which was issued by The Chinese National Language Council.

During the past 10 years, my voice has been used around the world in the TV, Radio, DVD and Online video productions. In China, I worked at CETV-3 (China Educational Television) and I was one of the main voice artists at a Telecommunication company in Beijing.

Although I’m now living in Europe, the passion of loving my mother tongue and my profession has never been diminished by time. To continue my voice-recording career, MandarinVoice officially became a company in 2007 for further practising formally and professionally. Providing professional voice recording service is the mission of MandarinVoice in terms of the appropriate tone, good sound quality and on time delivery. “No cure no pay”!

At the moment I’m combining my love for the beautiful Chinese language with a part-time job as a Chinese language teacher in Amsterdam. Furthermore, I’m also involved in some other China related media productions and cultural activities.


Yang Hua

Yang Hua

Baby Yang Hua (7 months old)

Baby Yang Hua (7 months old)

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