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[21 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on China Carnival #10: Tian’An Men, Income, Food… | 781 views]
China Carnival #10: Tian’An Men, Income, Food…

Welcome to the January 21, 2010 edition of china carnival.

We have four posts today. Zhu continues to tell us her Beijing stories and this time it is about the well known Tian’An Men. Devin presents one of his days traveling in China. Matt talked about the interesting habit of Chinese to ask other people’s income. In the end, “Watch me eat” shares some good Chinese food somewhere in NY state.

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[21 Dec 2009 | One Comment | 1,221 views]
China Carnival #9: Monk, Ninja, Enlightenment

Welcome to the 9th (December 21, 2009) edition of China Carnival. Before going into posts, I wish everyone a merry Christmas and happy new year!

We have 8 posts (new record high~ applauds) today. Fangfang, a new “China” blogger at chinasundae.com contributes two, one about some opinions on Han Buddhism and another about some travel tips. Our old friends Zhu, Chris, Katie and Richard continue to present their posts about Beijing, Martial arts, travel tips, and spirituality, respectively.

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[19 Nov 2009 | One Comment | 1,028 views]
[100th post] China Carnival #8: Food, Yin-Yang, Prodigy …

Welcome to the 8th (November 19, 2009) edition of china carnival. This is also the 100th post at ChinaBlog.cc. I’d like to thank everyone for supporting me along the way. We have four posts today: one about Chinese food, one interview with a Chinese chess prodigy, and two posts about philosophy and spirituality. Enjoy~

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[19 Oct 2009 | One Comment | 998 views]
China Carnival #7: Old Beijing, Modern Beijing

Welcome to the October 19, 2009 edition of China Carnival. Although we have only two posts today, they are both about Beijing: Zhu shared some of her pictures about “Old Beijing”; lovelyn told a story about her husband’s “Monkey: A Modern Beijing Opera”. Please enjoy!

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[21 Sep 2009 | One Comment | 492 views]
China Carnival #6: Qianmen Chi Education

Welcome to the September 21, 2009 edition of china carnival.

Chris presents How to Feel Your Chi Energy in Just Ten Minutes posted at Martial Development, saying, “Chi (qi) is an ancient Chinese term, which can be translated as energy. Like energy, the word chi is used in both abstract and concrete terms, and applied to both general concepts and specific phenomena. In other words, chi is ambiguous.”