Chinese Restaurants In The US

This is part 4 of my series of articles on Chinese restaurants around the world. This article contains pictures of Chinese restaurants in America that I have taken. In addition, I will discuss about fortune cookies, which you can find in nearly every Chinese restaurant in the US.
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Chinese Restaurants In Australia

Last updated: December 23, 2016 at 3:52 am
This is part 3 of my series of articles on Chinese restaurants around the world. This article contains pictures of Chinese restaurants in cities in Australia that I have taken. In addition, I will briefly discuss about the current economic relationship between Australia and China, and about Chinese people in Australia and Chinese culture in Australia. Continue reading “Chinese Restaurants In Australia”

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Chinese Restaurants In Korea, Malaysia, and Singapore

This is part 2 of my series of articles on Chinese restaurants around the world. This article contains pictures of Chinese restaurants in Korea, Malaysia, and Singapore that I have taken. The topic of Chinese restaurants in Korea, Malaysia, and Singapore is quite an interesting one, and this article will discuss this in depth. Continue reading “Chinese Restaurants In Korea, Malaysia, and Singapore”

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Chinese Restaurants In Europe

This is part 1 of my series of articles on Chinese restaurants around the world. This article contains pictures of Chinese restaurants and food in Europe that I have taken. The topic of Chinese restaurants in Europe is quite an interesting one, and this article will discuss this in depth. Continue reading “Chinese Restaurants In Europe”

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Fun With Tones In Chinese

Mandarin Chinese allows you to have lots of fun with tones due to how many homophones there are. This posts comes because of an experience I had about 3 years ago in China.

One day, I was giving my students a lecture at the college I was working at, about transportation and traveling in English. I tried to mix in a bit of Chinese during the class to help them understand more. I was talking about cars, planes, and the like, and eventually talked about riding horses. Eventually I asked a rhetorical question, which was “does Shandong have horses”? Shandong by the way, is a province in China. In Chinese I said 山东有马吗. In traditional characters it is 山東有馬嗎. Continue reading “Fun With Tones In Chinese”

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