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... of other students and expats living here in Tianjin. To me, the best part is the fact that just about everybody who attended there had some kind of accent! There were people from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Southern Sudan, Korea, Columbia, Mexico, Canada, and a bunch of other countries that I can't remember right now. A lot of people, like me, were attending for the first time and we all took turns introducing ourselves and saying why we came ...
... and the dictionary meaning comes up. You can do this for all characters in the document.
And trainchinese dictionary, it has phrases for the words you look up. Pleco only has meaning, not usage.
The two of these tools on ipad and I have been able to learn to read most of week one's notes in a couple of days. Something that simply would not be possible without these two apps.
Back to study (jia you) literally "add oil"
... then I won’t waste all my money on just shoes… Today we attempted to find Tianjin’s Culture
Street but we ended up leaving a little early. We did, however, get to wander
around some of the surrounding markets and browsed through hundreds of tiny
shops full of wholesale clothing and other items while snacking on some delicious
(and odd looking) street food. It’s become a bit of a game, within our group,
to find the best, most awkwardly written ...
... drivers don’t speak English, and my Chinese level is probably the equivalent of a two-year old. Luckily, two other people from Florida State came on the same flight I did, so I didn't have to suffer alone. My first taste of culture shock since coming here is the driving culture. Dad, I know you complain about the driving habits in S. Korea, but I promise you, that is NOTHING compared to China. I’ll talk more ...
... rest of the earplug story is more boring, but anyway I found some.
So google, not to be trusted in China. Firstly the translations it does are pretty bad and the information it gives is proving to be really poor intel. For example, I rode my pink bike with a Columbian friend, who is so keen to climb in China he brought ever piece of climbing gear he owns, to a location that apparently had a rock climbing wall, called 'Climbing bar'. The ...