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A question of the left being right - and normal
Expat blogger Ben Ross ( recently sparked debate with his post on the novelty of being a left-handed foreigner in a land full of right-handers. Ross, an American who lived in Fuzhou, Fujian province, recounted his experience at a Chinese Christmas party in the United States under the title, No Lefties in China?:
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The go-between
Kate Kinahan knows how to defuse tense situations - often her very presence is enough. When two families in the same Nanjing apartment block started feuding over noise levels, the local community mediation team was called in.
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Q: What can I do if my HSK certificate is lost?
A: The certificate cannot be reissued if the candidate loses the certificate due to personal reasons. All HSK certificates are issued by the National Commission.
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Q: Can I use my mobile phone in China?
A: Most of the mobile phones that are supported by GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) do work throughout China.
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Sweet and Sour Pork
Cut the meat into slices 2 cm (0.8 inch) long, 3 cm (1.2 inches) wide and 0.5 (0.2 inch) thick. Add the salt and curry, and mix well.
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