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Question:What are the most recommended places to visit for people who travel for the first time to China?
What you see depends on how long you can stay in China. Generally speaking, tourists should first visit cities like BeijingShanghai and Xian.
Beijing is a political and cultural center that offers some scenic attrac-tionsBadaling which is a part of the spectacular Great wallGugong, Imperial Palacewhere emperors of theMing and the Qing Dynasties livedYiheyuanSummer Palace which is an imperial garden of the Qing Dynasty; and Beihai , also an imperial garden used by successive emperors in the Yuan, the Ming and the Qing Dynasties.There is more to Beijing than buildings. Foods such as authentic Beijing roast duck and instant-boiled mutton have proved popular with tourists as well..Shanghai, a shopping center for best buys, is the largest city in China. Tourists will be satisfied with various snacks and cakes, handicrafts and textiles. Neighboring Suzhou and Hangzhou, only a couple of hours away from Shanghai by train,are two garden cities , each considered by Chinese to be paradise on earth.Xian, the starting point of the ancient Silk Road, was capital intermit-tently for many dynasties in the Chinese history. The life-size terra cotta soldiers and horses of the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC ) , un-earthed recently, are praised as the Eighth Wonder of the World.Other interesting sites in the vicinity are Dayan Ta (Great Wild Goose Pagoda ) and Gu Lou (Drum Tower ) , both erected in the Tang Dynas-ty; and the Huaqing Hot Spring where visitors may bathe in the warm mineral water. This site used to be the private baths for Yang Guifei, favorite concubine of the Tang emperor. If you are of Chinese descent, you may pay tribute to the tomb of Huangdi (Yellow Emperor), first Chinese emperor. In addition, tourists will enjoy the pleasing Tang music and dance , as well as the duplication of fancy Tang dishes available there. by SYU
Question:What is the attitude of young people to the
A: Chinese people are long used to media censorship.
With technology advance, Chinese young people can
obtain information in aspects wider than ever before.
Therefore, even there is certain media censorship, they can
acquire what they want and made their voice heard via the
Internet. Of course, Chinese people are clear where the gov-
ernments bottom line is when giving opinions. When we
compare the situations Chinese are in today to that of the past,
you are sure to find a substantial progress in domestic censor-
ship and freedom of speech. Despite all the progresses we
made, we are clear about what needs to be done ahead.
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Chinese TeaMore Than A DrinkTypes of Chinese TeaAll teas originally come from the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant. The differences between types of Chinese tea are caused by variations in processing methods, as well as the geographic location of the tea plant and by the appearance and taste of the infused tea.Chinese teas can be categorized into five different groups -- green tea, black tea, oolong tea, white tea and post-fermented tea. Often, scented teas and com-pressed teas are included in this list.
Tea CustomsIn casual occasions, there is tea; in serious occasions, there is, again, tea. The Chinese world would almost not function if tea is taken away from it.
Chinese Tea in WeddingsWe describe parents who long for their sons to get married as "wanting to drink 'daughter-in-law's tea'". In traditional Chinese wedding ceremony, the bride and groom kneel in front of their parents and serve them tea. That is a gesture of gratefulness. It's like saying "thanks for bring us up. Now that we are getting married. We owe it all to you."
To Show Respect With TeaYounger generation greet elder generation with a cup of tea. That is a way to show their respect.One note is that, in organizations and families, only people of lower rank serve tea to higher rank people. At least it was like that in the old days.Today, the society is more liberal. Parents may pour kids a cup of tea at home, bosses may pour subordinates a cup of tea at restaurants. But it's just parents and bosses being nice. It would be inappropriate for low rank to expect high rank to serve tea in formal occasions.
How to Say "Thank You For The Tea" - Authentic Chinese WayAfter person A pours a cup of tea for
person B, you see B knocking his bended index and middle fingers (or similar varieties of finger tapping) on the table. I bet you are thinking it is some kind of signal between two secret agents. You are wrong. They are just Chinese. The story goes like this. In the Ching Dynasty some 300-400 years ago, the emperor liked to dress casual and visit his kingdom. Servants were told to stay low profile in order not to reveal their master's identity. One day in a restaurant. The emperor, after pouring himself a cup of tea, filled the servant's cup as well. To the servant, it was a huge grace having the emperor pour him a cup of tea. Out of reflex, he wanted to kneel down (kowtow) and thank his master. But he was stopped because that would give away the emperor's identity. So instead of getting down on his knees, the servant kowtow'ed with two of his fingers. That "thank you" knock is still in use today in the 21st century. It is considered polite to make this gesture by tapping the table if someone pour you a cup of tea or top up your cup.
How to make your Chi-nese TeaBrewing methods of Chinese tea are closely related to everyday life. On this huge piece of land called China, 1.3 billion people use more than a couple of brewing methods to get their teas done. It's not like looking into a reference book and you can find them all because there are methods so casual that books don't care to tell.Here, we shares a few methods that are mostly practised in South China. You can choose your brewing method from the list base on what tea ware you have, the class of Chinese tea you want to brew, degree of convenience, occasion, etc.
The "Serious" MethodsThese are the brewing methods that all tea books and tea sites have to mention. They are cool ways of doing tea. If you don't mind the trouble of setting up a few things and you want more flavor from your tea, you can try to make Kungfu Tea or drink it with Gaiwan.
What is "Kung Fu Tea"?Kung Fu Tea (also interchangeably called Kung Fu Cha, Gong Fu Tea and Gong Fu Cha) is a tea brewing process. In Chinese, Cha means tea. For Kung Fu, you might be familiar
with one of it's more popular meanings - Chinese martial arts. But it has more meanings in Chinese - hard work, labor, level of achievement, skill, free time, etc. Kung Fu Cha is the Chinese tea brewing process that has a little bit of ALL these meanings - you will find out why when you go through the whole process yourself.
What classes of tea are appropriate for Kung Fu Tea?Oolong class. Kung Fu Cha uses Yixing teapots (more info on Yixing teapots) that retain a high temperature during brewing. High temperature is what it takes to extract flavor from Oolong. However, tender tea classes like green tea should NOT be brewed with Kung Fu Cha.
Procedures are dead. What do we look for in Kung Fu Cha?We look for the right combination of amount of tea leave, water temperature, brewing time, etc. to make a good cup of tea. And keep in mind that Kung Fu Cha offers an advantage over other brewing - higher water temperature. The procedure illustrated in the coming up pages are just basic steps. Feel free to modify the steps (e.g. putting the Yixing teapot in a hot water bath to slow down heat loss, etc., etc.) if such steps give you a better cup of tea.
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