I'm continuing to learn Chinese (Mandarin) in my spare time. (Although I'm not sure I really have any).
This year I made a change in how I'm doing things. I decided to give the team at Hanbridge Mandarin a try. I'm doing online Skype/Webex based video classes 3 times per week for about an hour, one on one with a teacher. Teachers for Hanbridge mostly seem to be ShenZhen based.
It continues to be fun to keep on with my learning. Last year I managed to pass HSK3 and this year I plan to take the HSK4 exam. I'm a little concerned about it as each level seems to get twice as hard as the previous level. HSK5 seems to be about the level required for university entry in China.
One thing that I've found interesting with Hanbridge is that they send a report card every few months. It feels like being back in school. I was happy with this one and am looking forward to expanding my abilities this year.