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Plus, rising to the daunting challenge of picking a good Chinese name This week we have a visitor stop by from America. Elliot doesn’t know a word of Chinese, so listen as he tells us his experience of China through the eyes of a complete newbie! Can you get around? Do you really need to take a tour o. Trip to the Chinese Doctor and a Special Guest.
This week on Dear Amber a fun trip to the Chinese Medicine Doctor, where you’ll find so much that will intrigue and entertain you Plus, we have a special interview with one of our poddies who hails from Austin, Te.
Year of the Rat and Minimum Wage. This week on Dear Amber, a special treat She gives insight on what the ‘Year of the Rat’ means to the Chinese, as well a. Sure we know you can get anything manufactured in China, but did you know you can also get anything made? On this week’s Dear Amber we hear about some of the cool stuff you can get to order.
Also, a little bit about how Christmas is spent for local Chi.
Beauty Ideals and Ayi. On this week’s Dear Amber we talk about the Chinese opinions of beauty, and as Chinese New Year approaches, we learn about a very particular Chinese custom you will see in newbir every household.
And we answer a question about what exactly an “Ayi” is.
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We also hear back from our two bachelors-about-town. Adventures in Chinese Learning. In today’s show we are joined by two of our very own CPoddies, RobertK and Gaylon, two guys whose Chinese is amazing, and they share all their secrets This week on Dear Amber we hear firsthand from a student of Chinese about applying for scholarships to Chinese Universities. In addition, an interesting expose on nudity in China.
And last but not least Aric and more Aric! This week on Dear Amber we welcome back an old familiar friend, the podcaster formerly known as Aric the Producer here at ChinesePod. Aric’s quite the man about town these days not that he wasn’t alwaysand this week on DA we get to catch up with him. Bazza and Dating Chinese Girls.
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