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Guoqiao Rice Noodle

 

Guoqiao Rice Noodle

Legend has it that guo qiao mi xian came about when a young scholar in Yunnan province retreated to another place to prepare for the imperial examination in Qing Dynasty. His loving wife would travel and cross a nearby bridge to bring him his daily meal.

Expo 2010: Ticket & Booking Info for Shanghai Expo

 

Expo 2010: Ticket & Booking Info for Shanghai Expo

The required capacity of Expo ticket is hugh,Around 12 million tickets for 2010 Expo have been sold till the end of 2009.This artical introduces the Expo ticket types, sales phases, ticket purchase channels and ticket prices. Also some announcements and Tips would be useful for you.

Expo 2010: A Tour of Events at Expo 2010

 

Expo 2010: A Tour of Events at Expo 2010

The events and cultural performances of Expo 2010 can be epitomized with 20 keywords, which are: theme, debut, famous artists and bands, local features, fashion, award-winning programs, street performances, arts festivals, world intangible cultural heritages, cooperation, innovation, enlightenment, Expo Site opening/closing activities, urban links, creation, relay, interaction, rationality, art exhibition and high-tech.

Liu Bolin – The Invisible Artist

 

Liu Bolin – The Invisible Artist

Liu Bolin, a young Beijing-based artist, has become known as the “invisible man” due to his ability to use his own body as an art material. The chameleon paints on himself, appearing to blend in with the backdrop. Liu Bolin, was born in Shandong in 1973, graduated from the Art Department of Shandong Arts Institute with a bachelor degree in 1995, and in the year of 2001, he graduated from the Sculpture department of Central Academy of Fine Arts with a master degree.

More Popular Catchphrases in China

 

More Popular Catchphrases in China

Let's take a look at some more popular catchphrase used widely in China in this age, particularly the youths.

The World Chocolate Wonderland Theme Park in Beijing

 

The World Chocolate Wonderland Theme Park in Beijing

The World Chocolate Wonderland Theme Park in Beijing began accepting customers on January 29th, 2010. Located on the north side of the Bird’s Nest Olympic Stadium, the theme park will be the first chocolate theme park in China. The Chocolate Wonderland is meant to provide a visual feast for tourists from all over the world.


 

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