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Sick and tired of feeling exhausted most of the time? Understand how a organic and natural health su

23rd April 2013
Are you fed up feeling drained most of the time? Find out exactly how a couple of simple organic and natural health supplements will be able to increase your energy levels as well as vigor. Supplements tend to be seen as a far more natural alternative ... Read >
Author: Murray Navia

How Food Plays a Role in Chinese Culture for Kids

29th October 2012
Just like any other culture, food is very big in the Chinese culture for kids and adults alike. Some people know about the food that is in the Chinese culture because of the various Chinese restaurants that are around. You will see many different types o... Read >
Author: SpeakMandarin

Enhance your look with Jade Jewellery

30th July 2012
Beautiful semi-precious Jade Jewellery online brings you the very latest and up to the minute handmade jewellery designs that have been crafted from the stunning Chinese jade. Jade is a variety of semi-precious which is also known as Eastern Diamond becau... Read >
Author: Linda

Clever ways to surprise someone with gift

11th May 2011
A gift or a present is the transfer of something without the expectation of receiving something in return. In many human societies, the act of mutually exchanging money, goods, etc. may contribute to social cohesion. By extension the term gift can refer t... Read >
Author: Harish Sheel

Mysticism Of Jade Rings And Garnet Engagement Rings

02nd February 2011
Jade Rings: Many cultures have a gemstone that they think to be most precious and, in the case of the Chinese, even heavenly. Jade is more precious than gold in the Chinese culture and it is obvious in how they use it in their daily lives. Everyone see... Read >
Author: John smith

Tattoo Designs - 4 Chinese Tattoo Symbols And What They Mean

19th January 2011
Tattoos of Chinese characters have maintained their popularity over a long period of time. There are a number of reasons: a wearer can express an idea or an emotion with one or two characters; to a non-Chinese speaking person it is different and exotic, w... Read >
Author: William Burnell

Interesting places in Osaka Japan

01st July 2010
Have you ever wondered if Osaka, Japan has other factors to provide aside from its animatronics? Well, they do have other points and which is what we will talk about.In Doguya-suji, you can have a taste of Japan's cuisine without investing anything. This ... Read >
Author: michelle123

Beijing Nightlife, Top 10 Things to Do at Beijing Night

23rd June 2010
Beijing Nightlife, Top 10 Things to Do at Beijing Night Beijing Tours, BeijingTravel * Do not know where to spend your night time in Beijing? * What are the most popular night activities in Beijing? You are at the right place, here, we list Beij... Read >
Author: aLFRED

Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival - keeping a folk tale alive

14th May 2010
For tourists visiting Hong Kong during the Tueng Ng Festival will no doubt get caught up in the excitement of this melting pot of a city. The summers in Hong Kong are filled with events, and taking centre stage is the Dragon Boat Festival. The Hong Kon... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Guanxi: The Concept of Relationships in Chinese Culture

15th April 2010
This article defines and explores the concept of `guanxi` as it pertains to Chinese culture. Perhaps one of the most difficult concepts for people new to China, understanding how the Chinese view relationships is crucial to understanding Chinese people. U... Read >
Author: Will-Excel TESOL Courses China

Communication Styles: Low-context Westerners vs. High-context Chinese

15th April 2010
This article defines and explores communication styles as they pertain to Chinese culture. Perhaps one of the most difficult aspects of Chinese culture for people new to China to grasp is the vast difference in communication styles. Understanding how the ... Read >
Author: Will-Excel TESOL Courses China

Chinese Greetings and Salutations

03rd March 2010
Greetings in Chinese culture are quite a bit different than western culture. There are some key differences that are worth noting. Chinese people generally greet each other by title and last name. For instance, "Hello Teacher Wu" or "How are you Dr. Wo... Read >
Author: Tim

The Beauty of Chinese Jade

16th October 2009
Chinese jade puts forth so many positive attributes that the stone's rise in popularity should be no surprise. With a storied past and a stunning appearance, Chinese jade appeals to both the fashion and spiritual side of every bearer. Described in the ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Chinese Tea Diet The Chinese Tea Truth

02nd October 2009
Dr Ming's Weight Loss Tea - The Real TruthThe popularity of tea as a diet tea drink continues to grow among health buffs. Tea no longer just is for ceremony and customs in certain cultures, or a light refreshing drink for others. These days tea is known f... Read >
Author: Pablo Weeks

Tribal Dragon Tattoos And What Exactly Do They Mean

28th September 2009
The Meaning Behind The Tribal Dragon TattoosPowerful, magical and mysterious are some of the words tha people use to describe the mythical dragons. Today, the dragon is also known as a popular fashion statement because it has become a mainstream tattoo de... Read >
Author: Bryce Pennington
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