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Hengdian Movie/TV Base
China Travel Guide - Travel in Zhejiang

 Hengdian Movie/TV Base
Hengdian Movie/TV Base
(héng diàn yǐng shì chéng 横店影视城) is located in the Hengdian Town (héng diàn zhèn 横店镇), Dongyang City (dōng yáng shì 东阳市) of Zhenjiang Province (zhè jiāng shěng 浙江省). It is the largest movie/TV base in Asia, and is crowned as the No. 1 Town in the south region of the Yangtze River (jiāng nán dì yī zhèn 江南第一镇) and the Oriental Hollywood (dōng fāng hǎo lái wù 东方好莱坞).

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Xishuangbanna
China Travel Guide - Travel in Yunnan

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Xishuangbanna (xī shuāng bǎn nà 西双版纳), as a National Scenic Resort, is rich in nature, historical and cultural resources, noted for the multifarious folklore, rain forests, rare plants and wildlife, etc. Its major tourist attractions include Menglun Tropical Botanical Garden, Manfeilong Pagodas (Tanuozhuanglong), Jingzhen Pavilion, Wild Elephant Gully, Dai people's village at Ganlanba, etc.

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History of the Compass
Learn Chinese - History and Culture

              Si Nan
Compass
(zhǐ nán zhēn 指南针) is one of the four great inventions of ancient China. It is a simple instrument for navigational instrument for determining direction relative to the Earth's magnetic poles. It consists of a magnetized pointer (usually marked on the North end) free to align itself with Earth's magnetic field.

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Common Customs of China
China Living Tips - Communication & Others

Customs of China

The Chinese are a lot more relaxed about some of their customs than other Asian cultures. As a waiguoren (Westerner), you're not expected to necessarily understand various customs, so you'll be let off the hook to a large extent.

It doesn't hurt for the foreign barbarian to be a little civilized every now and then. Read on for advice on specific customs.
 
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甚嚣尘上 (shèn xiāo chén shàng)
Learn Chinese - Chinese Idiom

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Once in the Warring States Period (zhàn guó 战国,481 - 386BC), the State of Jin (jìn guó 晋国) was at war with the State of Chu (chǔ guó 楚国). Duke Gong of Chu (chǔ gòng wáng 楚共王) stood on a high platform built on chariot and watched the movements of the Jin army.

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Jiangnan University
Study in China - Colleges and Universities

Jiangnan University, situated in the beautiful city of Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, is one of China’s national key universities of the “211 Project” and functions directly under the Ministry of Education. The university dates back to 1902 when its predecessor, San Jiang Normal School, began its first term. The school became National Central University in 1928, then Nanjing University in 1949, Nanjing Institute of Technology in 1952, Wuxi Institute of Light Industry in 1958, Wuxi University of Light Industry in 1995, and finally Jiangnan University in 2001. More than a hundred years of development has brought Jiangnan University recognition from all levels of society as an excellent comprehensive university with disciplines including engineering, science, literature, economics, management, law, medicine, agriculture and education.

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Originality Wore on Feet
Foreigners in China - Foreigners in China
Erick, 43 years old, comes from London, England, used to be vocational worker in an insurance company, ran shoe shops and shoe factories, now makes a round trip between China and Europe, trading in China.

Originality Wore on Feet

When even Chinese are diffident about their design, come and listen Erick’s opinion, he knows more ins and outs about it than us.
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Language Exchange Stories --- Don't know where I would be without them!
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Language Exchange --- Don't know where I would be without them!
spiderwick, Warrington UK/minobu519, Japan, kazuaki, Japan, nadesiko, Japan

I've met some great people. I'm currently learning Japanese and I've met three people who are really helping me with my language skills! As a self-study student I'm often coming up against some difficulties with the language; difficulties my text book really doesn't explain. But the three people I have met are always kind enough to help me through it. I also like to return the favour to help with any English problems. But that's not all! We share our differences in culture, exchange book and music recommendations. Though we are all hard workers, often leaving our chats to the weekend, we are always happy to have a friendly natter when we can. Don't know where I would be without them!

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