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2008-09-21 Foreign Food in Beijing 
    2008-09-21 13:18:44     CRIENGLISH.com

Hello, and welcome to another edition of  China Horizons, the weekly feature program brought to you by China Radio International. I'm your host Du Lijun.

In today's edition, we'll first take you to some supermarkets selling imported food in Beijing and find out what makes them so popular. Then we'll introduce you to someone who has devoted his entire life to protecting a river in his hometown in northeast China. And finally in today's on the road, our guide Ning Yan will take us to the World Dinosaur Valley which contains the world's largest burial site of dinosaur fossils from the late-mid-Jurassic period.

For all this and more, stay tuned to China Horizons on China Radio International.

And with that we end this edition of  China Horizons. Hope you've enjoyed it! To listen to today's show or one of our previous editions, please visit crienglish.com. If you have any comments or suggestions, you can write to: English Service, China Radio International, Beijing, China, postal code 100040, or just drop us an email at horizons@cri.com.cn. I am Du Lijun. Thanks for joining us, and see you at the same time next week!



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