Magazine # 21

Wuhan

Breakfast is named as “Guo Zao” in Wuhan and hot dry noodle is the most favored food for Wuhan natives who like eating spicy food, such as hot duck neck, beef noodle with spicy red oil, paste rice noodle, with ...
Gaokao exam

The Gaokao (National Higher Education Entrance Examination) is a prerequisite for entrance into almost all chinese higher education institutions at the undergraduate level. On 2012, domestically 9.15 million test takers entered into exam rooms. The Gaokao selection system that “everyone ...
Jiang Kun Quyi

"Quyi is called as telling and singing art popularly. Cross talk, storytelling and traditional opera, among other art forms, fall under quyi. It makes sense to say that telling and singing art is the origin of current theatrics." Interview with ...
Chinese ancient paper

We regard Cai Lun of Eastern Han Dynasty (25 to 220) as the inventor of the papermaking technology. But ancient paper could be traced at least back to the first and second century B.C. Papermaking technology has provided an important ...

A Bite of China, a gourmet-oriented documentary, made its debut on CCTV on 2012 without any publicity campaign and has sparked heated discussion since then. Broadcast on fringe time, a hackneyed theme and numerous competitors in the time interval… All ...
Shuttlecock Kicking

Shuttlecock kicking has a time-honored history in China and enjoys wide circulation as a folk sport with distinctive features. It’s said that people in the Shang Dynasty over 3,000 years ago developed a dance of jumping while kicking, which may ...

Chinese Class 18. Improve every week your Chinese skills with two pages of tests, quizzes and crosswords. Download the exercises and their solutions in PDF and print and solve them at your own pace.

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