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    “How happy to have friends from far away!” said Confucius regarding the hospitality of the Chinese.

    In fact, even in 2017, the Chinese attitude towards the importance of hosting and treating guests well remains just as entrenched in the culture as ever. So, exactly how much do you know about the rules of Chinese Hospitality? Let’s start with 3 basic questions.

    Have you ever hosted Chinese guests before?

    Have you bought gifts for a Chinese family?

    Do you know the correct Chinese guest etiquette when you’re the guest?

    Well, there’s no time to lose — let’s dive right in! Here are 4 things you need to know about Chinese hospitality. Read full blog here.

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    Before going abroad, we usually try to learn the basic foreign language in order to communicate more efficiently in local. Following are some useful Chinese sentences that tourists must prepare if you are going to Chinese countries.

    From food, clothes, housing, transportation, and entertainment, we will show you the sentences and phrases you may use in various fields. Read full blog from our site!

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    As you might be more familiar with traditional English language poems, which are mainly confined to rhyme, meter, and genre type, Chinese poems will be surprisingly different to you. However, Tang poems are always composed within a similar structure that dictates a set of either five or seven word-syllables per line, but also requires a rhyme scheme, and “tonal” constraints. Read full blog on our website. 

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    Gift giving etiquette varies in different cultures. Usually, in Chinese gifts culture, the “meaning” of the gift is more valuable than the “price”. Therefore there’s a Chinese proverb “千里送鹅毛,礼轻情意重 (Qiānlǐ sòng émáo lǐ qīng qíngyì zhòng)”, meaning to sent goose feather from afar, it’s a light gift with heavy meaning behind it. For Chinese, the proverb from the past has represented the value when giving the gifts. Read full blog here.

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    Do you know what "free the pigeon" means in Chinese? Learn today's daily Chinese phrase "放鸽子" with a short video! Don’t forget to follow TutorMandarin on the website, sign up our free trial and get free ebooks! See full videoon youtube.

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