Lesson 060. Getting a Haircut.

Have you ever been to a barbershop in China? Learn such expressions in Mandarin Chinese as “to have a haircut”, “to perm hair”, “highlight”, “to wash hair” and much more. Listen this lesson now or subscribe to get more. Please sign up and become a registered subscriber to download ALL 276+ audio lessons with full PDF transcripts and worksheets.


  1. Hi Tim,

    If you are talking about thanking a customer for visiting a shop, etc, it’s xie4xie4 guang1lin2(谢谢光临),you can extend it to: xie4xie4 guang1lin2, qing3 man4zou3-Thank you for visiting, “please walk slowly”-a polite way to thank a person and wish him/her have a nice day( not exactly though).



  2. Tim Fung says:

    Thanks Serge , looks like you read my mind . Here , Iam in Edmonton , CANADA , Nowaday a lot of people come here to work from Main Land CHINA . I deal with Mandarin speaking customers everyday in a Auto repair shop . It would be nice if you make a lesson about this business in future .

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