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    • stanhere
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      I would like to know which institution in China offers a year long Chinese language program? I found CLI but the cost was just too expensive, I am looking for an affordable institution to in China where I can learn  Chinese language.
    • Reeves1910
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      Has anyone ever visited  the Ri Yen Gallery in Shanghai? If so do they sell antiques and relics .I tried researching them online but couldn't find any info on them. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
    • BPB
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      Hi. I'm in search of a passage that I believe came from Burton Watson's Zuo Zhuan.   I'm hoping that if I describe the scenario you all will be able to point me in the right direction. I have a fear that it is in Lv Buwei's Spring and Autumn Annals, a bit more to read through than Watson's translations. The scenario included:   a. An authority figure deliberating on a political decision, the consequences of which were potentially violent. b. Two advisers taking different positions on the best course of action, both citing the classics to make their points. c. The triumph of the adviser who held the more benevolent position through a more convincing argument.    Feel free to suggest any passages that fit this description.   Thanks for the suggestions! 
    • sunuva
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      Please help with translation:        
    • Mig
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      Hi everybody, dajia hao, I wonder if someone recommends xiang sheng as a source to learn intermediate Chinese. I have been watching Guo degang and xiangsheng you xin ren competition. It seems these performers learn by heart quite a lot in terms of literature, language, argot, singing and Chinese opera. Anyone who has learned something about this type of performance. Any suggestions or sharing experiences are more than welcome.   Thanks
    • Fluentnotreally
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      How would “ripen” be written in mandarin? 
    • gamatui
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      I have checked in the website (35219.newnetwebnt01.eastftp.net/EN/) which usually provides information on MOFCOM scholarships and there is no information regarding applications for this year. Has anyone here successfully submitted an application for the MOFCOM scholarships to the Economic and Commercial Counselor's Office in your country or received any information regarding applications for this year. 
    • DavyJonesLocker
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      8 hours ago, ChTTay said: You don’t need a license to buy an eBike. You do need to register your eBike with authorities and then put your  license plate on it.  . Do you know if only Beijing needs a diver license now? No other city?   Admin note: Topic split from here by Lu.
    • davort98
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      Good afternoon! I often heard that Dream of the red chamber is an autobiographical novel, and there are many characters that have real prototypes. I couldn't find anything about this in the net, but maybe one of you can recommend me some literature about this?
    • ParkeNYU
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      Taking inspiration from the Double Pinyin input method for Mandarin, I designed a Double Jyutping input method for Cantonese. Like Double Pinyin, it uses the [; :] key as the 27th key. Conflations are minimised, tones are optional, and the shift key acts as a null initial. GW and KW are used for the -u, -ui, and -un/t finals (i.e. all finals that contain nucleus [ u ], which excludes -ung/k).  
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