First, let's learn a Chinese word in Idioms and Their Stories: Zai Zuo Feng Fu(ÔÙ×÷·ë¸¾)
Be Feng Fu (the hunter) again - Return to one's trage
That was Idioms and Their Stories. Interesting, eh? China Kaleidoscope will continueafter a short break.
Welcome back. Coming up next, our Cooking show. If you want to enjoy deliciousChinese food, have your pen ready now! ¡ Let's go.
Double-eat Buddhist-belly Prawn(Á½³ÔÂÞººÏº)
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Now it's time for Folktales.
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