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    • Huyenlala
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      Hey guys, I can't get the structure of the following sentence, can someone kindly break it down for me?   “请大家先来看一个有关耐克运动鞋产品披露信息有误背后所牵扯出的商品双重标准的问题”   Thanks in advance!
    • BaffoRasta
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      Here's an image. Thanks for your help!
    • Mavi
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      Hi Everyone,   So I plan to apply for CSC scholarship to do a Master in international trade IN CHINESE LANGUAGE.  I already got Confucious scholarship for one year of Chinese. Last year I passed  HSK4  (230 points) and now I plan to give HSK 5. My question is the following: if I apply to CSC with HSK5, do I get the Chinese preparation year before I start the master program?. I believe that HSK its just a paper, even tho you pass HSK5 doesn't mean that you will understand everything in class, so I really would like to be able to have one year preparation.   In case that HSK5 holders can't get that Chinese year, you think I should give HSK 4 again to get a higher grade and apply with HSK 4 so I get that year?     I will apply from my embassy btw.     Thanks in advance for your help  
    • flray
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      Hello all,      I am planning on travelling to Guangzhou, Hong Kong and possibly other areas in Guangdong and Vietnam between October 1 and 16th. I have been to Northeast  and Taibei  on other trips. I can't wait to see and hear the Cantonese culture of this part of China. Will Guangzhou be better with regards to crowds and reservations? I have heard that Shenzhen is much less crowded during holidays as workers go home is it the same with Guangzhou? Will it be so crowded that I should go to Vietnam for a week?     Is there some really special things I shouldn't miss in this area? My visit to Hong Kong might be very short but that life.   Thanks ahead of time,             Ray  
    • Andrew1556
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      I'm bilingual in English and Chinese and I put a lot of effort into making this audio track CLEAR and ACCURATE!   Check it out here: https://youtu.be/p6qgZcVfPKY
    • abcdefg
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      Here’s a quickie, cheap and easy, with endless variations.   Last week I found some delicious red bell peppers 红甜椒 at the market. They were so good that yesterday I went back for more. Crunchy and sweet. 2.5 Yuan each. Used one today for this dish. Picked up some Yunnan cured ham 宣威火腿 and 2 Yuan worth of freshly made egg noodles 蛋面。   (Please click the photos to enlarge them.)                             Boil the pasta first, adding a dash of salt and a small amount of oil to the pot (half a teaspoon or so.) Undercook it slightly (“al dente”) and toss it with some oil as you take it out. I add ground white pepper as I toss it. Set it aside 备用。Save some of the pasta water. (Some cooks suggest rinsing the cooked pasta, but I don't do that.)               Quickly stir-fry the thinly sliced peppers, some garlic, a spring onion, and the ham. When the peppers are no longer stiff and the ham begins to change color, add the noodles. This took me about 2 minutes over medium-high heat, using a flat bottom non-stick pan 平地不粘锅。Mix it all together, stirring and flipping gently 翻炒均匀。Add a little of the pasta water that you saved to help things blend without scorching. The ham is salty, so the dish probably won’t need any more seasoning.             You can change the vegetables and you can change the meat; you can even change the type of noodles. But if you want it to come out reasonably authentic, best not to use too many ingredients; this dish should be clean and simple. Family style 家常菜。             All done 做好了。Serve it up 装盘。Chow down 动筷子。
    • Opheia Chiu
      4
      Hello guys!  I have noticed that Chinese instruments are gaining more attention around the world nowadays. I have learnt Pipa since i was six, and  I am still playing it now. So im learning it like 14 years now. And recently I have qualified with the Pipa diploma ( the highest grade in Chinese Instrument Practical Exam) by the Central Conservatory of Music ( Beijing). I can provide some online tutorials if you want. And i am learning Pipa from a re-known Pipa teacher in Hong Kong. And i also have experience on teaching pipa.  So please let me know if you guys are still interest in pipa! It is a very magical Chinese instrument, and once you can play the right rhythm, even its an easy one, you will love it! 
    • nicky phillipson
      2
      Does this make sense? if i want to say "although the gaokao and the international baccalaureate have a few similarities, the differences are more numerous"   what i have at the moment is "虽然高考和国际文凭有一些同的方面,但是差异比太多了."    thanks for your help   HSK5 vocab
    • feihong
      1
      Liao Juanjia’s fanciful lyrics describe a whimsical daydream featuring various plants and animals. However, the line about high heels somewhat grounds the proceedings in reality, suggesting the second verse is actually about someone’s commute. The third verse is essentially about the game Plants vs Zombies (a pretty popular game to play on one’s phone during a commute). The stars of the show finally appear in the fourth verse: a pair of hedgehogs who want to embrace but fear getting pricked by each others’ quills. An apt metaphor for modern dating!   This is part of the Grand Chinese Lyrics Project.   Chinese title: 蜗牛蚂蚁与刺猬 Artist: 廖隽嘉 Listen: https://artist.douban.com/m/liaojunjia/tracks?play=tSd1lz&pl=pS975v3wb&pz=1 Type of lyrics: Third-person story Genre: Jazz pop Difficulty: Medium? No fancy expressions and only one semi-rare word (向日葵).   Lyrics   蒲公英它轻轻飞 白云在它身后追 La La La 鸟儿跟着夕阳沉睡   蜗牛蜗牛驼着背 蚂蚁蚂蚁排成队 La La La 高跟鞋它永远不会累   僵尸和植物作对 阳光最爱向日葵 La La La 谁的大脑更有智慧   两只恋爱的刺猬 渴望拥抱的滋味 La La La 多远的距离才算完美
    • CaroCard
      19
      Hi everyone. I was awarded with the CSC Scholarship and admitted into NUA. However, I arrive to Shanghai Pudong Airport, how can I get to Shanghai Railway Station from there? Also, is there an hourly hotel at Shanghai Pudong Airport?   Thanks guys
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