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Fred Gaisberg of EMI made the first Chinese audio recordings 1903-03-18/1903-03-27 in Shanghai. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJ0KBEz23j4 https://vimeo.com/100191126 http://www.recordingpioneers.com/docs/GAISBERG_DIARIES_2.pdf http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/resources/detail/378
For example, you can go to Forvo.com. (You can find the Chinese section at this address; on the right you see the top users that provided most audios.) It's a huge database of words, characters, expressions in any language provided by users. The good thing is there's a lot of stuff, but the down-side is that although some users provided many audios (so you ...
I found this post, "What popular science fiction TV shows are available with Chinese dubbing?", which provides links to various services. I am not advocating these services as most of them are illegal, however it will provide you with good information and many examples of movies and series that have been dubbed. Examples are verycd.com which now no longer ...
mdbg.net Each of the words you look up in the dictionary there comes complete with an audio recording.
Another web site is http://www.iciba.com where you can find not only the pronunciation of Chinese characters and words, but also their meaning in English and Chinese. Update This site has real person readings, but unfortunately the site is totally in Chinese: http://www.caca8.net/zi/py/ — single characters http://www.caca8.net/ci/ — words ...
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