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BeiJing, Food Guide »

[ | 26 Jun 2010 | 8 Comments]
Beijing Food Guide:The Kro’s Nest

The Kro’s Nest is the name of a Western-style food restaurant. But it’s also a very special place you should visit, Of course, with many of your friends.:P

Food Guide, Travel Culture »

[ | 5 Oct 2009 | 17 Comments]
Mid-Autumn Is The Season Of Crab

According to the old Chinese tradition, We enjoy chrysanthemum and Carb at Mid-Autumn festival. Last year, I introduce Yangcheng Lake Mitten Crab to you. (It’s Season Of Yangcheng Lake Mitten Crab), This time let’s try some blue crab!

Food Guide »

[ | 12 Sep 2009 | 14 Comments]
Let’s DIY Guilinggao!

I knew Guilinggao(龟苓膏) when I was in Guangzhou. Now it’s one of my favorite desserts. But it’s hard to find some good Guilinggao at Beijing, So I have to DIY it!

China, Travel Culture »

[ | 29 May 2009 | 27 Comments]
Duanwu Festival’s Special Gifts

Yesterday was Duanwu Festival Day(端午节). I got special gifts from thousands miles away! Beautiful paper rose made by my dear friend Vicky!

China, Travel Culture »

[ | 5 Apr 2009 | 40 Comments]
It Always Rains On Qingming Day

April 5 is Qingming Festival. It’s a very important day as Chinese tradition. It is a day to remember and honor one’s ancestors, National heroes, And people who died undeserved.
I made a video for Qingming Festival, But I can’t visit Youtube still now, And I couldn’t visit my blog for some days. I must say sorry to all my friends for the delay reply. And thanks so much for your support.

BeiJing »

[ | 24 Feb 2009 | 55 Comments]
Waiting For Another Snow Day In BeiJing

When iWalk was enjoying the warm sunshine of YunNan, BeiJing finally met it’s first snow this winter. It was the result of rainmaking.
It came after Lichun(立春)  according to the traditional Chinese calendars, But late was better than never, As you know, It’s so drouthy in North China.

Food Guide »

[ | 16 Feb 2009 | 41 Comments]
Do You Love Mini Hot Pot?

Hot pot (火锅) was not invented by Chinese people, But it’s very popular in China, specially in SiChuan. You can find many big hot pot reastaurants in Chengdu, which offer hundends people enjoy red hot pot together, That’s really HOT scene.
But my favorite is a kind of mini hot pot, offered by some small and quiet restaurants. Or you can make it at home.

Food Guide »

[ | 8 Feb 2009 | 33 Comments]
How To Make Tangyuan For Chinese Lantern Festival

Chinese Lantern Festival is coming on 9 Feb,2009. It’s the first full moon day of the Chinese lunar year. It’s also considered as the end of the Chinese New year. According to Chinese traditon, We will eat Tangyuan (汤圆 in Chinese, Also called Yuanxiao in English) together with family members on Lantern Festival and Winter Solstice Festival.
Do you love Tangyuan too? And Do you know how to make them?

SiChuan »

[ | 28 Jan 2009 | 32 Comments]
Spring Is Coming

It’s still cold, But According to Chinese traditional calendar, spring is coming.
My father took these photos in some parks of Chengdu. Yeah, They do not belong to this cold season, But they come ahead of schedule to inform us a colorful spring is coming after a happy New Spring Festival.

My Doggie, Travel Culture »

[ | 24 Jan 2009 | 59 Comments]
Leo’s New Year Wishes

According to Chinese Tradition, All parents will prepare new clothes for their children before the Chinese New Year’s Eve. So I prepared a typical Chinese style new colthes for my doggie Leo, and took these photos before I left home.
Yeah, Leo loves New Spring Festival, He can have new clothes and new toys. So he hope you have a happy happy new year too!

GuangDong, Travel Culture »

[ | 21 Jan 2009 | 36 Comments]
Miss GuangZhou’s New Spring Festival Flower Market

Chinese tradition is somewhat complex. Several food exhibitions will open to celebrate the new spring Festival in Chengdu. Yeah, People here love tea and noshs more than flowers.
ChengDu is a city very different from GuangZhou. I love Chengdu, But I miss Guangzhou’s Spring Festival Flower Market too! There are some pictures I took last year, You can see how people enjoy flower market at GuangZhou.

Cool Collections, SiChuan, Travel Culture »

[ | 19 Jan 2009 | 31 Comments]
Some Traditional Chinese Gadgets At JinLi Street ChengDu

Today, Chinese traditional things are so popular that many cities have old-style streets. You can find some traditional Chinese gadgets and traditional food there. Jinli is one of old-style streets in Chengdu, SiChuan.
But I always think all these old-style streets are too similar, They should have more local color to attract the tourists.