It depends what you mean by “sound like a native speaker”; lots of non-native English speakers here write much better than many native speakers. Some even speak better, in my opinion. Chinese and English are entirely unrelated, with radically different phonology, lexicon, grammar, and idiomatic expressions, so you should be congratulated on achieving any level of communication whatsoever.
Unfortunately, not every English speaker is aware of that (truth be told, most are not). A foreign accent can sound pleasant, but if your pronunciation is inaccurate, it will be hard for people to understand you. Other people from your own country will understand you (or you could just talk to each other in your own language…), but natives will have trouble and so will non-natives with a different foreign accent. But not being understood is the least of your troubles — the way you speak is the way you expect to hear, so if your pronunciation is inaccurate, it’s going to be a lot harder for you to understand the spoken language than it needs to be. Add up inaccurate pronunciation, grammar, word choice, and so on, and you can forget about communication — it’s not going to happen. By the way, I think “finger out” is cute, but it might be better to stick to the usual expression (with “figure”, not “finger”). Let's just keep in mind that learning a language takes time, and if you aim for the stars, then even if you fall short, you’ll certainly go as far as you can. And that’s farther than you may think.