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Chinese in India Support Earthquake Relief in China

China on Monday began a three-day national mourning for the tens of thousands of people killed in a powerful earthquake which struck the country’s southwest on May 12.

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Big Boss Chinese Restaurant

 

Big Boss Chinese Restaurant

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Kwai-Yun Li

Kwai-yun Li’s Hakka parents emigrated from Moi-yen, China, to Calcutta, India, where Kwai was born.

She grew up in Chattawalla Gully in the old part of the city, and emigrated to Canada through an arranged marriage in the 1970s. She has written about her childhood in Calcutta in her various books including The Palm Leaf Fan and A Kiss Beside the Monkey Bars, a collection of short stories. Her books are used as texts in university curriculum at Jadavpur, New York and the University of Toronto. Read more…

Beijing Chinese Restaurant in Tangra

Liu gauged the success of Kimling for eight long years before she decided to delve deeper into the culinary business. Her second venture Beijing upped its shutters on 77/1 Christopher Road in 1999.

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Tangra Kafulok Restaurant

Quite a long trek from the main food hub, Kafulok is tucked away in one of the bylanes of Tangra. But that doesn’t prevent the restaurant from having a full house on weekend evenings.

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Dhapa Amusement Park

What is an eyesore today, will be a tourist draw tomorrow. Come 2008, an amusement park will open doors at Dhapa. Read more…

Learning Chinese to gain employment edge

Learning a foreign language has always been a means of expanding one’s vistas. But unlike yesteryears when French and German ruled the roost, more and more youths are now lining up to learn Chinese to gain an edge in job opportunities.

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Learn Chinese in India

WHY TO LEARN CHINESE?

What is generally referred to as Chinese is in fact the language of China’s largest nationality, the Hans. It is the main language spoken in China and one of the world’s major languages. It is not only the official language of China but also the working language in international forums. Its written records go back to more than 3,000 years ago. When the Yuan dynasty came to rule in China in 13th century, Beijing became the capital of the Chinese empire and remained a capital for more than 6 centuries. As the state grew more centralized, the northern dialect, known as “guan hua” or Mandarin was being used by the administration and the intellectuals and has continued to be so till date.

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