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[2 May 2010 | 2 Comments | 483 views]
China Carnival is Today’s Featured Carnival at blogcarnival.com

I am happy to announce that China Carnival is selected by The Blog Carnival Team as today’s Featured Carnival at blogcarnival.com. It is now put up at the top of its homepage.

Obviously, most credit of this honor should be given to you carnival participants. Thank you, my peer bloggers! And Happy May Day — Bloggers of the World, Unite!

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[19 Apr 2010 | One Comment | 907 views]
China Carnival #13: Costa Rica, Novel Travel …

Welcome to the April 19, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have 6 post today (one might be broken). Some highlights: Tom praises hard working Chinese workers in Latin-Timed Costa Rica; Zhu tells her “crazy” job experience in Hong Kong when she was only 18; Mike shares three online resources for learning Chinese. Please enjoy!

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[22 Mar 2010 | One Comment | 625 views]
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.

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[18 Feb 2010 | One Comment | 680 views]
China Carnival #11: Water Poet, Tea Sets, Great Wall

Happy New Year of Tiger, everyone! Welcome to the February 18, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have six posts for this month. Please enjoy!

Zhu presents The Great Wall posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “Climbing the Great Wall is tough. It’s hot and within minutes we were literally dripping sweat …

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[21 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on China Carnival #10: Tian’An Men, Income, Food… | 779 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.