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Highlights of Sichuan Province Posted by on Feb 28, 2014 in Culture, Vocabulary

Visit the giant pandas, eat mouth-numbing hot pot, and shake your groove thing in Chengdu. Hike up a Buddhist mountain, drop by a traditional courtyard home and farm, and chill by the river in Ping Le. Hike and enjoy the natural beauty of Jiuzhaigou and Huanglong national parks. Welcome to Sichuan province!

成都 – chéng dū

人民公园 – rén mín gōng yuán
People’s Park

担担面- dàn dàn miàn
dan dan noodles

麻婆豆腐- má pó dòu fu
mapo tofu

大熊猫 – dà xióng māo
giant panda

变脸 – biàn liǎn
Face Changing

胖妈火锅 – pàng mā huǒ guō
Fat Mom Hotpot

平乐古镇 – píng lè gǔ zhèn
Ping Le Ancient Town

九寨沟 – jiǔ zhài gōu

黄龙 – huáng lóng
Huanglong (lit. “Yellow Dragon”)

川主寺 – chuān zhǔ sì

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