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Hu? guō
Hot pot

Hot pot is a famous Chinese dish in which ingredients are cooked by the diners themselves in a simmering pot of broth placed on the table. Typically the ingredients include thinly-sliced meat and vegetables and vary from region to region. The food is usually served with range of dipping sauces. In China it is a favorite winter dish.


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Mài kè:
W? men di?n n? zh?ng guō dǐ ne? Cài dān shàng shuō y?u qīng tāng, má là hé yuān yāng sān zh?ng guō dǐ.
What kind of broth shall we order? There are three choices on the menu: plain, spicy, or "Yuanyang" style.
Lì li:
Nǐ xǐ huan chī là ma?
Do you like spicy food?
Mài kè:
ò bù, w? bù néng chī là de.
Oh no, I can't eat spicy things.

Li li:
Nà w? men di?n yī gè yuān yāng de guō dǐ ba.
Then let's order the Yuanyang broth.

Lì li:
Yuān yāng guō dǐ shì shén me yì si?
What does that mean?
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Allegories / 歇后語 >>
Shí w? ge diào t?ng d? shuǐ – qī shàng bā xià
[十五個吊桶打水 – 七上八下]
Have one's heart clang like fifteen buckets in one well, seven going up and eight going down – have one's heart pound with uncertainty, fear or turmoil
Niú tóu bù duì m? zu? – hú lā luàn ch?
[牛頭不對馬嘴 – 胡拉亂扯]
Horses' jaws don't match cows' heads – incongruous; irrelevant
Zhàng èr hé shang – mō bu zháo tóu n?o
[丈二和尚 – 摸不著頭腦]
You cannot touch the head of a ten-foot monk. – can't make head or tail of something; completely fail to understand
Yī ge bā zhang pāi bu xi?ng – gū zh?ng nán míng
[一個巴掌拍不響 – 孤掌難鳴]
You can't clap with one hand; it takes two to make a quarrel; it takes two to tango. – It's difficult to achieve anything without support.
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Ancient poems / 古詩詞 >>

M?n nóng
Chú hé rì dāng w?,
Hàn dī hé xià t?.
Shuí zhī pán zhōng cān,
Lì lì jiē xīn k?.
Commiseration for the Peasants
At noontide the peasants weed the fields of crops,
Their sweats into the soil fall in endless drops.
But from the table bowl, who can ever know,
How all the grains from the peasants' labor grow?
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New words / 生詞 >>

鍋底 guō dǐ: broth, soup base

調料 tiáo liào: sauce/dipping sauce, flavorings

麻醬 má jiàng: sesame paste


海鮮 hǎi xiān: seafood

香油 xiāng yóu: sesame oil

牛肉 niú ròu: beef

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Popular words / 流行詞 >>

水貨 Shu? huò: Gray import goods; smuggled goods

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房奴 Fáng nú: Mortgage slave

雷人 Léi rén: Striking. It is now a popular contemporary Chinese Internet slang term.

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Idioms / 成語 >>

Shì wài táo yuán


Bù ch? xià wèn
[ 不恥下問 ]
Not feel ashamed to seek advice from one's subordinates; learn from those beneath one

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Extensive reading / 泛讀 >>

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How to read menus / 讀菜單 >>

木耳炒山藥 Mù ěr ch?o shān yào: Sautéed Chinese Yam with Black Fungus

木瓜燉百合 Mù guā dùn b?i hé: Stewed Papaya with Lily Bulbs

蒜蓉豆苗 Suàn róng dòu miáo: Sautéed Pea Sprouts with Chopped Garlic

濃湯娃娃菜 Nóng tāng wá wa cài: Stewed Baby Cabbage in Brothi

芹香木耳 Qín xiāng mù ěr: Sautéed Black Fungus with Celery

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Media news / 新聞 >>

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