China Carnival #12: Wine, Train, Green Olympic
Welcome to the March 22, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have 6 posts today. Jessie talks about wine culture in China. Becky explains China’s train system. Zhu recorded her Green Beijing Olympics experience. Andy and Hajar also share their travel tips with us. Nathan would like to show you how to speak some Mandarin Chinese.
Jessie Voigts presents China’s Surprising Wine Country posted at Wandering Educators, saying, “In China, meals have always represented not only sustenance through food and drink, but a social, cultural, and even spiritual tradition. Which is why I jumped at the chance to visit the country, to explore traditional and modern cuisines as well as vineyards and winemakers.”
Nathan Cain presents Dude! + Yeah! = To On Vacation | Chinese Mnemonics TV posted at MandarinMnemonics.com.
Andy Hayes presents 20 Things I Learned Traveling In China posted at Sharing Travel Experiences, saying, “A tongue-in-cheek view of travel in China from a foreigner’s humorous but logical perspective.”
Becky Ances presents Writer. Traveler. Tea Drinker. » Train Travel in China: Part One posted at Writer. Traveler. Tea Drinker., saying, “Hi. This is a recent blog entry of an explanation of how the Chinese train system works. My blog is mainly devoted to my observations about both traveling and the culture.”
Zhu presents Beijing Olympic Green | Correr Es Mi Destino posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “The Olympic Green is huge. It’s located North of the city, linked to the brand new subway system which was improved a lot for the Olympics. The two main sights are of course the Watercube and the National Stadium.”
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