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Listeners' Garden 2008-06-21
    2008-06-21 12:02:20     CRIENGLISH.com

A: Hello and welcome to this week's Listeners' Garden here on CRI. I'm LPC.

A: Hello, and welcome to this week's Listeners' Garden here on CRI. I'm LPC.

 

B: And I'm AE. Another week has already passed, and it's great to be with you again.

 

A: Yes, thanks for joining us. As usual, on today's program, we'll first take a look at what our listeners are saying on "Letterbox."

 

B: And then we'll rebroadcast CRI's knowledge contest on southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

 

A: Yes. Today we'll bring you the second installment. So please stay tuned.

B: Welcome to  Letterbox.


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B: Welcome back to Listeners' Garden. I'm AE.

 

A: And I'm LPC. Now it's time once again for our knowledge contest on the beautiful Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China.

 

B: Today we'll take you to Chongzuo, known as the home of the rare white-headed leaf monkey.

 

A: As always, we have two questions for you to answer.

Question number one: Can the white-headed leaf monkey be found in any part of the world besides Guangxi?

And question number two: How many white-headed leaf monkeys currently live in China?

 

B: Are you ready?  Here's Xiaohua with the report.

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A: That's the second part of our knowledge contest on southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

 

B: Now I'll repeat the two questions for today's report: Question number one: Can the white-headed leaf monkey be found in any part of the world besides Guangxi? And question number two: How many white-headed leaf monkeys currently live in China?

 

A: If you know the answers, please submit them to us by October 6. You can email us at crieng@cri.com.cn, or check our Web site at crienglish.com for details.

 

B: And with that, we conclude this edition of Listeners' Garden. I'm AE. Thanks for being with us, and we hope to see you again at the same time next week.

 

A: And I'm LPC. 'Bye for now.

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