This photo book contains about more than one hundred of photos to show this ancient and beautiful city.
Hongyang was born in China, had achieved Bachelor degree from China and Magister degree from Germany. She had worked as a TV reporter for German and Canadian TV stations. She lives in Toronto, Canada and besides her full time job in the Telecommunication Industry writing has become one of her favourite hobbies since 2005.
dà fēng bào bǎ xiǎo niǎo chuī dào lìng yī gè guó jiā.
Zuì chū, xiǎo niǎo bù néng gēn xīn dòng wù jiāo liú.
Zhè shì yī běn guān yú xué xí yǔ yán de gù shì shū.
bù tóng de huà yǔ wèi hé huì yǒu xiāng tóng de yì si?
A storm blows a bird to another country. At first, the bird can’t talk with the new animals. This is the story of learning about languages. How can different words have the same meanings?
This photo cookbook contains 11 Chinese recipes for preparing soups, such as meat/veggie soup, fish/veggie soup or vegetarian soup.
There are 135 photos showing individual steps and making it very easy to follow. There is an extra chapter with frequently asked questions and answers on Chinese ingredients and basic rules of cooking Chinese soups, also photos are provided for being clear at a glance.Chapter 1: Frequently asked Questions and Answers about cooking Chinese Soups
Chapter 2: Pork Rip with Carrot and Chayote Soup
Chapter 3: Beef with White Turnip Soup
Chapter 4: Fish Tofu Soup
Chapter 5: Sour and Spicy Fish Bamboo Shoots Soup
Chapter 6: Pork Rip with Lotus Root Soup
Chapter 7: Pork with Corn, Carrot, Tofu and Mustard Leaf Soup
Chapter 8: Winter Melon with Tofu and Mushroom Soup (Vegetarian)
Chapter 9: Chicken Feet with Peanut Soup
Chapter 10: Chicken with Bitter Melon and Pineapple Soup
Chapter 11: Chicken with Taro and Corn Soup
Chapter 12: Pork Ribs with Seaweed and Corn Soup