Magazine # 29

Chinese Class 25. 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.
Bingtanghulu

Bingtanghulu, a traditional Chinese treat similar to British toffee apples or North American candy apples, is made by haws with rock sugar, producing a refreshing sweet and sour flavor. We are going to show you how to make this winter ...
Technology in chinese museums

Virtual exhibitions in chinese museums have made the dream of “24-7” exhibitions come true. Social networks, self-guide apps on mobile phones or audio-visual techniques achieve that visiting chinese museums become more and more convenient .
Quanzhou

Quanzhou is today a small port city. But 1.000 years ago, with their old name, Citong, was known as the starting point of the Maritime Silk Road in China
Nanyin

Nanyin is a style of Chinese classical music originating in the province of Fujian. The slow, simple and elegant melodies are performed on distinctive instruments.
Internet in China

Internet in China has grown rapidly, with enormous social and economic effects that have gone beyond what people could have imagined.
hakka tulou

The Hakka Tulou are large circular houses, mainly distributed in the bordering areas of Fujian Province (South China), mostly built between the 12th and the 20th centuries for defence purposes. These vernacular structures were occupied for a Hakka clan as ...
Zheng Xiaoying

Zheng Xiaoying (1929, Yongding, Fujian), was he first female symphony conductor in China. She was once the chief conductor of China National Opera House an awarded the prize “Best Conductor in China”. Her conducting style is considered enthusiastic and bold.

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