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B 爆冷门 Have unexpected result. A dark horse bobs up. 【发音】bà lěng mén 【释义】意思是不被人注意的领域里出了引人注目的人或事，或者比赛中弱者出人意料的取得了好成绩。 Something or someone suddenly catches people’s attention in a neglected field or a week player gets good results or becomes winner unexpectedly in a contest. 【例1】足球比赛爆冷门，有一匹黑马赢球了，是一个名不见经传的新球员。 The … Continue reading
Chuang-Tzu was an influential Chinese philosopher who lived around the 4th century BCE during the Warring States Period, corresponding to the Hundred Schools of Thought philosophical summit of Chinese thought. Chuang-Tzu, widely considered the intellectual and spiritual successor of Lao-Tzu, … Continue reading
Plans to travel domestically or far? Ideas are intangible nouns. Dreams whether unconscious, day, night, or awaken aspirations is just a glimpse of a vision. However sensing and seeing the intended point of satisfaction, big picture, and or final destination … Continue reading
熬夜 stay up late or all night. burn the midnight oil. 【发音】áo yè 【释义】忍受困乏，彻夜或深夜不睡觉。 【例1】你天天熬夜工作很伤神的。 It’s very stressful for you to stay up late working every night. 【例2】我宁肯熬夜，也不要迟交作业。 I’d rather work all night than hand my homework in late. 【同义词】Synonyms：开夜车 … Continue reading
THE LADUZI ADVENTURE Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of experiencing 拉肚子 (lādùzi), or “Pulled Stomach”, a horrible and sometimes debilitating illness that is known by a much simpler term in the West: travelers’ diarrhea. The first day I … Continue reading
Sunday in the Xiang Shan Park, we cooperation with Qing Hua university send Survival Chinese Booklet to every foreign conferree. All of them think it is a very useful Booklet, they may use it in the supermarket, restaurant, bus or … Continue reading
八九不离十 very near. not far out. 【发音】bā jiǔ bù lí shí 【释义】指估计，预计的结果与实际情况很接近。 This phrase indicates that one’s estimation is pretty close to the facts. 【例1】你猜得八九不离十。 Your guess isn’t far out. 【例2】这些估计虽然不是绝对保险，但也八九不离十。 These calculations, though not always one hundred percent accurate, … Continue reading
In order to relieve those who were hoping to read a genuine ‘China’s Top 10 Vegetarian Dishes’, I have provided a list made up from suggestions by Vegetarian China for your pleasure. 1) Cabbage and Mushrooms (白菜木耳 báicài mù’ěr) This dish includes … Continue reading
Late spring has sprung, and currently developing into a beautiful 2013 summer season. The metropolitan of busy Beijing also offers natural vegetation, shade, and healthy relaxation. Go outside for sunshine and excitement with or without a sun umbrella. The Ninth … Continue reading
Did you go to the Great Wall Music Festival held last Saturday, May 11th? It’s the most famous electronic music event in China. Thousands of foreigners come together to participate the fantastic festival. As a special guest, DJ David Guetta … Continue reading