Learn how to Ask for Directions in Mandarin (part 2). yào zǒu duō jiǔ? How far must I walk? Learn Mandarin Conversations and Chinese language breakdown.
Learn how to Ask for Directions in Mandarin (part 1). qǐng wèn ... zài nǎr？ May I know where ... is? Learn Mandarin Conversations and Chinese language breakdown.
Chinese dining traditions have as long a history as the history of Chinese Cooking or Chinese Food. The Chinese people pride themselves on being one of the earliest peoples to develop sophisticated notions of polite social interaction, including highly sophisticated rules of etiquette governing acceptable table manners. Since wining and dining guests is an old and esteemed tradition in China, it is not surprising that Chinese society has developed an intricate set of rules to govern also this delicate aspect of social interaction.
Some reference guide for you when you want to make a reservation for you and your friends at a local restaurant.
If this is your first time here in China, you might want to get familiar with some terms which you would use it in your daily travelling.
Let's take a look at some more popular catchphrase used widely in China in this age, particularly the youths.