Travel Blogs from Tianjin
It also tells us the correct tones used when we say it with the punctuation on the Pinyin: Hóng dá gōng yú. There is also a button you can click to see what it sounds like, in case you have trouble with the pronunciation of Pinyin but you want to ask someone.
I then open my bus map timetable.
Tell it that I want the 880 bus. It then shows me the route.
... described that “…action plans have been drawn up …”
Judge for yourself. The two stories, when I last looked, are at http://www.china.org.cn/china/2012-11/2 8/content_27247159.htm and http://www.china.org.cn/china/2012-11/3 0/content_27272682.htm
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... the laces were. I hadn't been able to find them even though I looked where I thought I had seen them before & in the immediate vicinity.
As I laced them into my shoes later I thought, I could have said "Yǒu ma" – literally “have?” Sometimes I remember the right Chinese to say, but this was about 10 ...
... guarantee that an MP3 file will play – remember I wanted to play an MP3? So, what to do??
I trudge back to my apartment. I search high & low and, not finding it, declare my nice USB drive officially lost.
I look for my old USB drive for about 10 minutes – it’s a small apartment so it … must … be … somewhere? Ah, found it. Put the files I want to try onto it. ...
One question I continue to ponder is, what percentage of the students who travel abroad from China to study, return to China at the end of their studies or soon afterwards. Or return at all for that matter.
I have talked to some who plan to go and stay and others who are adamant that they will return. Neither of these is reliable of course as they are future predictions ...