Monthly Archives: July 2010

Introducing Zicsoft Learn Chinese Dictionary version 2

The past three weeks I have been working on this new pet project of mine. It is a continuation of my earlier Chinese Learning dictionary application. Improvements have been made in the search engines, visual appearance and additional features added … Continue reading

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China rejects Western standards on human rights, Vice FM says

Vice Foreign Minister Fu Ying was Chinese ambassador Australia a few years ago. Later she was posted to London as the UK ambassador. She was a rather high profile ambassador for China, and gave forthright views to present China’s case … Continue reading

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Fujian’s guangbing commemorates one of the greatest generals of the Ming dynasty.

I am a great fan of the Star columnist Ziying. Her latest writing from her base in Fujian is about the Great Ming General Qi Jiguang 戚继光 and the favourite snack called guangbing. Her articles always make me want to visit … Continue reading

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From Expo to Chinese philosophy

Another interesting article from Andrew Sheng. It seems that he is writing regularly for China Daily. I wonder how he could find the time to be regular featured writer, when he has quite a handful of titles under him. Following … Continue reading

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2010 World Cup – my impression

The World Cup has just ended. Congratulation to the Spanish team. I watched the final with friends. It was an intense battle between the highly gifted Spanish against the crafty and determined Dutch team. However, it was not a game of … Continue reading

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