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School Subjects in Chinese Posted by on Sep 7, 2017

School Subjects in Chinese

A new school year is underway in China, and students all across the country are busy with classes and homework. We’ve already learned a lot of useful Chinese school vocabulary in the last post. Now it’s time to learn about school subjects in Chinese. Vocabulary List Here’s a list of school subjects (学校科目 – xué…

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Chinese School Vocabulary Posted by on Sep 5, 2017

Chinese School Vocabulary

With the start of September, summer vacation is officially over in China. All across the country, students are donning their track suits, red scarves, and “Safety” (安全 – Ān quán) hats. That’s right, it’s time to head back to school (开课 – kāi kè)! There are also plenty of foreigners arriving in China for the first…

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4 Must-Know Expressions for Chinese Beginner’s Traveling in China Posted by on Sep 4, 2017

Yuzuki is a Japanese girl I met on the train to Kunming. It was only her third month in China, but thanks to her Asian features, the locals kept approaching her with rapid Mandarin. She was grateful for the opportunities to practice her new language, but consistently had to use her broken Chinese to remind…

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Eating Lanzhou Food Posted by on Aug 30, 2017

Eating Lanzhou Food

There’s so much delicious food to be eaten in China, it’s always hard to decide on a restaurant for dinner. You could go with hot pot, try Beijing duck, or stick with the classic dumplings. One restaurant that is always easy to find and always a great choice is any place advertised as Lanzhou Pulled…

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The Delicious Food of Lanzhou Posted by on Aug 28, 2017

Chinese cuisine is one of the best in the world. It’s incredibly diverse, with different regions having their own unique specialties. One type of restaurant that you’ll see all across the country is Lanzhou Pulled Noodles (兰州拉面 – lán zhōu lā miàn). Let’s learn more about this style of Chinese food and see what’s on…

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