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• 端午节 Dragon Boat Festival
• “抱拳礼”是什么意思?What does Holding Fist Represent in China?
• 汉字笔画与笔顺How to Write Chinese Characters
• 如何记忆中国朝代 How to Memorize China's Major Dynasties
• 如何和中国女孩谈恋爱 How to Date a Chinese Woman
• 中文里最常见的量词 The Most Common Measure Words in Chinese
• 中国的数字手势 Number Gestures in China
• 中国礼仪文化 Dos & Don'ts in China
• 中国“吃”文化 "Eating" in China
• 中国戏曲 Traditional Chinese Opera
• 西安小吃The Famous Xi'an Snack Foods
• 雷锋精神Lei Feng Spirit
• 你看《棋牌室》没?Have You Watched House of Cards?
• 千金 What is Worth "A Thousand Pieces of Gold?"
• 吃豆腐Eating Tofu = Take advantage of woman WHY?
• 跳槽Change Jobs or Troughs?
• 元宵节Chinese Lantern Festival
• 马年说“年”Chinese Spring Festival
• 汉语里与“马”有关的成语英文表达 Horse Idioms for the Coming Year of Horse
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• 旗开得胜 Waving Flag
旗开得胜(qí kāi dé shèng) is Chinese version of the song "Waving Flag", which was composed for the World Cup 2010 South Africa.

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• Chinese Names
Characters with the meanings of "gifted", "handsome" and "clever" were often chosen by parents as well wishes for their children to be beautiful, capable and intelligent. Parents always like their children to learn more, be more thoughtful and to have great aspirations.


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