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By:tiffany on 12/6/2012 12:44:51 AM Category: Travel Notes
Tags: ,China,feast,

    In terms of man’s evolution, the evolution of taste buds seems to be the fastest. People love fancy food for it can satisfy their increasingly demanding taste buds: Chinese love shark fin, French goose liver sauce, and Russians caviar.     The "A Bi

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By:tiffany on 10/18/2012 1:23:08 AM Category: Culture
Tags: ,China-Chinese,Cheongsam,Chinese,knot,Folding,fan,

1.  Cheongsam     The cheongsam is a female dress with distinctive Chinese features and enjoys a growing popularity in the international world of high fashion.     The name "cheongsam," meaning simply "long dress," entered the English vocabu

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By:Su_R on 5/31/2012 3:00:45 AM Category: Culture
Tags: ,a bite of China, food, CCTV, Chinese, documentary,

  A program called "A Bite of China" will hit CCTV next week. The program began shooting in March, 2011, and the production team went to various places in China to present audiences with the stories behind food and the culture it contains. "The content of the program can be di

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By:hathuylieu on 5/20/2012 6:30:10 PM Category: Travel Tips
Tags: ,Vietnam tours, Indochina tours, Vietnam travel, Vietnam cycling tou, Vietnam discovery t, Vietnam adventure t,
By:marget on 1/10/2012 10:14:35 PM Category: Travel Tips
Tags: ,Antique Market,antiques,China,Expo,hunting,Pudong,Shanghai,warehouse,chinese antique,chinese antique furn,Chinese Antiques,Chinese Antique Furn,Antique Chinese,Chinese Antique,Ceramic,Porcelain,Eastern curio,Pottery,Chinese,

After about a 45 minute taxi ride, our first furniture vendor, Royal (the English name he has taken), greeted us at an intersection in his part of the metropolis and then drove us in his van to his furniture warehouse. His warehouse offered us rows and rows of stacked furniture to choose from.&nbsp

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By:Kane on 6/15/2011 5:47:44 PM Category: In the News
Tags: ,Flood, East China,evacuation,

More than 72,000 people were evacuated in east China's Jiangxi and Zhejiang provinces, which have been hit by a new round of rainstorms since Tuesday.   Torrential rain from Tuesday morning has pounded 25 counties and cities in the province, flooding roads and farmland. By Wednesday afternoo

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By:Alexander on 6/13/2011 4:42:25 AM Category: Uncategorized
Tags: ,South China, Bad Weather, Rain,

Southern China is bracing for a new set of devastating floods and landslides after weather authorities announced an emergency response plan Sunday. It forecasted a new round of torrential rains set to slam into a region that has already seen more than 170 people killed or missing by the extreme

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By:Kane on 6/8/2011 6:55:37 PM Category: In the News
Tags: ,drought, flood, Guizhou, southern, Eastern, China,

HEAVY rain drenched a drought-ravaged swathe of southern and eastern China, killing at least 52 people and forcing more than 100,000 to evacuate.   The deaths have been concentrated in the southwestern province of Guizhou, where tens of thousands have left their homes to escape the rising wa

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By:Kane on 5/26/2011 11:36:56 PM Category: Travel Notes
Tags: ,China, explore, surprising, exotic, magical landscapes,

For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures. Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest, and today, it’s the largest with well over a billion people. It is home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups and a wide range of traditional

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By:Alexander on 5/26/2011 2:51:41 AM Category: Uncategorized
Tags: ,China Railsay, Transportation, Fast Development,

By the end of 2006, the operation mileage of railways in China had reached 77,083.8km, ranking the first in Asia. In 2006, the passenger and cargo transport volume, transport revenue and main indicators in transportation of the railway in the whole country all set new historical high following lar

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