This is the Yozzi YouTube channel: (known as Yozzi Language)
The idea is to share new words with the audience who wish to build their vocabulary at the intermediate and advanced levels. The vocabulary generally comes from newspaper articles that I read online and that I had been unfamiliar with prior to jotting them into a notebook and looking them up the dictionary. At this level of language learning, I prefer to use the dictionary in the language itself rather than translating from one language to another.
In addition, here is the link to a conversation in Mandarin with an Add One Challenge participant, Vedran Gradic. We were at the Polyglot Conference in Thessaloniki in October 2016, and Vedran had been learning Mandarin for only 60 days at the point of the filming. The idea behind the Add One Challenge is for participants to be able to hold a conversation with a native speaker after 90 days of regular study. I’m not a native speaker of Mandarin, but I studied the language quite intensively from 1993 to 1995 while living in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and I still enjoy practicing it regularly. I’m at an intermediate level in Mandarin and was happy to engage in the interview with Vedran. See Vedran’s video in Mandarin after 60 days.