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又一个南北差异！ 饺子蘸料“南方酱油北方醋”似乎是常态，但也有更多五花八门的蘸料：蒜蓉、白糖、香油、芥末、辣椒、番茄酱... 几乎只有想不到，没有不能蘸。
五花八门：a huge variety…Continue
Here is a list of 6 Snake Phrases for the Year of the Snake created by FluentU's Christina: http://chinese.fluentu.com/blog/2013/02/07/6-chinese-idioms/
Christina of FluentU has prepared you a list with all the jargon you’ll need for the Chinese New Year Holiday. See list here: …Continue
风生水起 fēng shēng shuǐ qǐ
风生水起 is to describe things going prosperous. Good name for a Feng Shui specialist shop. In ancient China, the reading order is from right to left. So you see 起水生風 here in Traditional…Continue
FluentU's Christina on January 29, 2013 in Essential Chengyu, Intermediate and Advanced Chinese post on 诚心诚意(chéng xīn chéng yì)
诚心诚意 (chéng xīn chéng yì) which means "sincerely" ( sincere heart, sincere intention ) is covered in a FluentU post by . …Continue
Taiwan Singer 潘安邦 ( Pan An Bang ) dead at the age of 52 years old.
Jù táiwān méitǐ bàodào, yǐ “wàipó de pēnghú wān” yī qū chéngmíng de gēshǒu pān'ānbāng zài 2013 nián 2 yuè 3 rì yīn bìng cù shì, xiǎngnián 52 suì.
According to Taiwan media reports, the famous singer of "Grandma's Penghu Bay", Pan An Bang, died suddenly due to illness on February 3, 2013, at the age of 52 years old.
潘安邦 - 外婆的澎湖灣
注意飞石，观察通过。 zhùyì fēishí, guānchá tōngguò.
Be careful of falling rocks, watch and pass.
Added by Seraph Ching on February 3, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments
I wondered what were the two buttons under the video I was watching online. Now I know:
高清直播 (Gāoqīng zhíbò) - HD Live
标清直播 (Biāoqīng zhíbò) - SD live…Continue
Added by Sade on February 3, 2013 at 1:30am — No Comments
When we mentioned "eating", everyone must have so many words to express.
Today I will introduce some Chinese food. Let's look at following:
馄饨 hún tún wonton
Do you know the difference between 大馄饨's filling and 小馄饨's filling?…Continue
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