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Monthly archive May, 2013

Peter Says – Top 10 Universities to study Chinese Language

The list below is the top 10 universities to study Chinese language in China. I hope it will help you to choose the school to learn Chinese. 1. Beijing Language and Culture University There is no doubt that Beijing Language and Culture University is the best choice for learning Chinese in China. It is the only...

Come to Dalian to Eat Sea Food

Dalian has an ideal seawater environment to produce a variety of rich nutritious marine products including fish, prawns, crabs, shells, echinus, sea cucumbers, abalone and algae and so on. Therefore sea food is undoubtedly king of the Dalian's dining scene.   What to eat? Stir-fried Prawn Gutted prawns stir-fried with ginger, spring onion and spice,...

Wuhan Local Food and Snacks

Wuhan cuisine features lightly spiced flavoring and strong tastes, delicious soups and delicate fish dishes. Wuhan Cuisine is also known for its unique methods of preparing delicacies from land and sea, freshwater fish and soup. Steamed Wuchang Fish (清蒸武昌鱼) With a history of over 1,700 years, Steamed Wuchang Fish is a typical food in Wuhan....

Hangzhou Local Food and Snacks

Hangzhou food is characterized by its light flavors, enjoyable presentation and delicate cooking methods. Hangzhou cuisine makes crisp, tender, light and fresh dishes. The most famous dishes include West Lake Fish in Sweet and Sour Sauce, Shelled Shrimp with Dragon Well Tea, West Lake Water Shield Soup and Dongpo Pork. West Lake Fish in Sweet...

Nanjing Local Food and Snacks

Traditional Nanjing cuisine is known as Su cuisine and is notable for the emphasis placed on original flavor and carefully selected raw ingredients. Nanjing dishes are traditionally bright in color and use only a moderate amount of seasoning but a significant amount of oil. Duck Blood Soup (鸭血粉丝汤) The name of this dish may sound...

Guangzhou Local Food and Snacks

Guangzhou delicacies are the main representatives of Yue Cai (Cantonese Cuisine). This kind of cuisine uses a wide range of ingredients from the sky, the earth, and the water. They also use seasonings sparingly. Compared with other Chinese cuisines, these local dishes use few thick spicy dressings in order to keep from masking the original taste of...

Dalian Transportation

Dalian is a young city with only a 100-year history. Situated at the tip of China's Liaodong Peninsular, it is a trading and financial center in northeastern Asia and has gained the name the 'Hong Kong of Northern China'. Airport Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport serves as an important transportation hub in the Bohai area. It is...

Hangzhou Transportation

Hangzhou is the capital of Zhejiang province and its political, economic and cultural center. With enchanting natural beauty and abundant cultural heritages, the city is known as 'Heaven on Earth' and one of China's most important tourist venues. Airport Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport is about 27 kilometers (about 16.8 miles) away from Wulin Square, center...

Nanjing Transportation

Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu Province, is one of the most delightful destinations in China. Known as the capital city of six or ten dynasties in ancient Chinese history, it has a brilliant cultural heritage. Airport Nanjing Lukou International Airport enjoys convenient transportation and serves as the key airport of China. It is 35.8km (22 miles) southeast...

Wuhan Transportation

Wuhan, the capital city of Hubei Province in central China, is situated on Jianghan Plain. It has both an ancient history and a thriving present. Airport Tianhe International Airport is about 25km (16 miles) to the city center. It has 3 terminals: T1, T2 and the New Terminal. All the international flights are in operation...

Guangzhou Transportation

Guangzhou is the third largest Chinese city and southern China's largest city. You can go to Guangzhou by air. Guangzhou Airport Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport is about 28 kilometers (17.4 miles) from the airport to downtown area of the city. You can take subway, shuttle bus or taxis go to downtown. You can also choose CUCAS’s...

Shanghai Transportation

Shanghai, situated on the estuary of Yangtze River, is the busiest transport hub in eastern China. As an important financial and business center of China and of the world, it has highly developed infrastructure, including a convenient public transportation network. Airport Shanghai is the only Chinese city that has two international airports – Pudong International...

Cost of studying and living in Beijing

Living Expenses Beijing is an international city where you can find both very expensive goods and cheaper goods depending on your taste. However, overall living expenses in Beijing are relatively low compared with other major cities in Europe, North America and East Asia. Generally, average expenses each month will vary from RMB3000 to RMB10000 (including...

Cost of Accommodation in Beijing

When studying Chinese language in Beijing, you can choose the accommodation based on your study duration. Most of the universities provide accommodation in campus. If you have long study duration, you can also choose to rent a room. If you just take a short-term course, you can choose to stay in a hostel. Living on...

Local Beijing Food and Snacks

Cuisines from many different cultures permeate the Beijing dining scene. With literally thousands of restaurants available, dining choices are practically unlimited. And the best part is that you can splurge at a fancy restaurant or dine supremely well (any much more cheaply) at any of the smaller family-run operations located all over the city. We...

Beijing Transportation

Beijing is the capital of China and one of the most populous cities in the world. This article will introduce you the basic information about Beijing transportation. Airport Beijing Capital International Airport is about 25 km (about 15.5 miles) northeast of Tiananmen Square, and is China’s busiest and most important international airport. It consists of...

Sign Up CUCAS Now, Get $10 for Free

From May 27, students who sign up CUCAS will get a study gift worth $10. The gift is an online study point card provided by Aichinese. When you signed up, an email of the online study card's number will send to you. You can use that to experience your Chinese learning. Aichinese is a unique...

Study Traditional Chinese Medicine in China

Traditional Chinese medicine is a broad range of medicine practices sharing common concepts which have been developed in China and are based on a tradition of more than 5,000 years, including various forms of herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage (Tui na), and dietary therapy. It is full of Chinese traditional philosophy, such as "Yin and yang"...