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        China Travel Guide - Travel in Macau

        Macau
        Macau (ào mén 澳門), located on the southeast coast of China, is a special administrative region of the country. Being Asia's well-known gambling Mecca, Macau is a place to find the traditional Chinese culture while enjoying the exotic Portuguese buildings. The name of the city is derived from the word Magao (A-Ma Temple), which was the shrine dedicated to Mazu, a sacred sea goddess respected by the local people. It was said that in the middle of sixteenth century when the Portuguese first set foot there, one of the officers asked a fisherman the name of the land. The man misunderstanding the officer’s meaning, answered “Magao” - the name of A-Ma Temple in front them. The word became the Portuguese name for the land and for nearly 400 years, the Portuguese ruled here prior to Macau's official return to the People's Republic of China on December 20, 1999 as a special administrative region.

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        Shizuishan - Best Place to Make A Film About The End of The World
        China Travel Guide - Travel in Ningxia

        Shizuishan

        Shizuishan City (shí zuǐ shān shì 石嘴山市) which has 732,000 Population and 5,310 square kilometers (2,050 square miles) land size. Shizuishan City is located at the northern Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region (níng xià huí zú zì zhì qū 寧夏回族自治區), Shizuishan City neighbors Yinchuan (yín chuān 銀川) in the south and Inner Mongolia (nèi méng gǔ 內蒙古) in the north with the Yellow River flowing along its east side. Map 
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        勢如破竹 (shì rú pò zhú)
        Learn Chinese - Chinese Idiom

        altIn the late stage of the Three Kingdoms period (sān guó 三國), Sima Yan (sī mā yān 司馬炎), the ruler of the state of Jin ( jìn guó 晉國), conquered the Kingdom of Shu (shǔguó 蜀國) and then took control of the Kingdom of Wei (wèi guó 魏國). However, Sima Yan was a man great ambition .Soon after the previous successes, he began to plan to put the Kingdom of Wu (wú guó 吳國) into his pocket so as to unify China as a whole. He called his civil and military officials to discuss the plan to destroy the Kingdom of Wu. Most of them thought that it would be difficult to try to destroy the Kingdom of Wu with one action because the Kingdom of Wu was still powerfull. So it would be better to wait until fuller preparations were made.

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        Chinese Architecture
        Learn Chinese - History and Culture

         
        Chinese architecture refers to a style of architecture that has taken shape in Asia over the centuries. The structural principles of Chinese architecture have remained largely unchanged, the main changes being only the decorative details. Since the Tang Dynasty, Chinese architecture has had a major influence on the architectural styles of Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Vietnam.

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        Don't do Them When Using Chopsticks
        China Living Tips - Communication & Others
        DON'T Placing Chopsticks Unevenly
        Chinese people regard it as inauspicious to place a pair of
        chopsticks unevenly on the table before, during or after a meal. They call it "son thong liang duan", or " three long and two short", which indicates death. According to traditional Chinese customs, dead
        bodies were placed in coffins in the past. In those days, coffins were
        made from two short boards at the front and back, and three long
        ones at the two sides and the bottom-hence the saying. Therefore, it is taboo to place one's chopsticks unevenly on the table.

        DON'T Pointing at Others with Chopsticks
        You should never perch your chopsticks between the thumb, middle, ring and little fingers, while sticking out your index finger, as it implies abuse. In most cases, Chinese people point at others with their index fingers to scold them. Therefore, such a movement is unacceptable. It is also considered bad manners to point at others,with your chopsticks, while chatting during a meal.
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        Northeastern University
        Study in China - Colleges and Universities

        Northeastern University (NEU) is located in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, the center of economy, culture and transportation in Northeast China. The campus with the total-floor space of 750,000 square meters covers 1.98 million square meters, Mr. Chang Hsueh-liang, the well-known marshal who was praised as "hero of ages" by the late Premier Zhou Enlai,is the honorary president and chairman of the board of trustees of the University.

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