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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
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
Vegetarians in China need not fear Chinese cuisine. Admittedly, the highlights of Chinese cuisine often include meat ingredients like poultry, pork, beef, and (somewhat to the distaste of many foreigners) intestines. The same goes for everyday dishes you are likely to come … Continue reading
FRUITS FOR A CHINESE SUMMER Foreigners who have spent at least one summer in China generally find it accurate. It is only May, but clearly, summer has arrived! Summer season fruits have appeared on street stands and in supermarkets. Some of them … Continue reading
Price-Haggling in China:Far More Than You Bargained For Like everything else in China, the practice of buying goods has two faces: one tells of the gleaming opulence that comes only with polished floors, polite and helpful attendants, and portraits of Natalie … Continue reading
Daoxiangcun Grazing 1）果酱盒 (guǒjiàng hé—”jam box”)? RMB 1.20 per sandwich “Jam box” makes this snack sound way more amusing than it is. To my dismay, chomping down on this cookie sandwich didn’t throw me into an instant dance party; however, … Continue reading
Beijing Cuisine Beyond Peking Duck Mention Beijing cuisine and Peking duck immediately comes to mind. It conjures the image of sumptuous palace fare and complex cooking techniques. This dish is considered the ultimate of Chinese cooking wisdom and knowhow. Perfectly roasted … Continue reading
Time: 2013-4-7 21:00 Ticket: 40RMB Venue: Jianghu Bar, 7 Dongmianhua Hutong, Jiaodaokou Nandajie, Dongcheng District Site: http://site.douban.com/jianghujiubar/ Weibo: http://e.weibo.com/jianghubar Tel: 18610087613 Mail: JincanZh@gmail.com Jurat T.T: http://site.douban.com/jurat/ Jurat T.T. The Uyghur musician, a native of Karamay in the heart of north … Continue reading
Foreign students mark World Theatre Day Foreign students from Jordan (L) and Kyrghyzstan (R) learn to draw Peking Opera face masks to mark the upcoming World Theatre Day at Liaocheng University, East China’s Shandong province, on March 26, 2013. As … Continue reading