Date registered: September 24, 2011
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is there any worldwide accepted certificate for teaching Chinese as foreign language? Do you know any course in Chengdu that provides internationally accepted certificate or that you would recommend to take?
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I am planning to visit Juizhaigou valley this holiday season, I was wondering if anyone has experience about the bus trip from Chengdu to the valley. Is it dangerous in the winter? How are the road conditions? Thanks for your input in advance!
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I sent some money twice to my spanish account in this way, I paid about 5% as transfer fee. For me seemed to be an expensive way of money transfer. A simple bank transfer should be cheaper.
what i was wondering about is whether foreign milk is reliable. I mean foreign companies might also save on quality if the export goes to China. Recent KFC/McDonalds chicken scandal shows that foreign companies are not so keen to keep quality if they are not watched...
I see many Chinese girls going out with foreign boys, but not many foreign girls with Chinese boys. I was wondering what's the reason. What you, foreign ladies think about Chinese boys? And are Chinese boys willing to find a foreign gf? Well, we can also talk about lesbian or homosexual mixed couples... What's your opinion on these things?
Hi, I will be going back to Europe in the summer and I was wondering whether I can withdraw money from my Chinese account using a China Union Pay (CUP) type card back in Europe. The webpage of CUP says yes, but I don't know if this indeed works in reality and how much the fees are for such operations/how bad the exchange rate used by the banks is. Anybody having experience with this?
@invisible: thanks for the confirmation.
@merior: China's population is about 5 times larger than the US's, so naturally per capita numbers are lower for China. China and US occupy the first two places regarding CO2 emission, so I would say, both should decrease emission. I don't think more populated places have right to emit more since the resulting climate change is global ("global" warming:) Another question is that China's emission partly comes from it's role as a global factory, so other countries also benefit from the goods produced here at low costs.
this evening there has been massive smoke on the streets ( in the west around second ring road and swufe), is it the above mentioned farmers burning the fields? i couldn't figure out the reason and as i read here, last year it happened the same days. any news about this?