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chinese food pick stick up is mysterious. It originally come from drawing. Ancient chinese food pick stick up simplified the drawings and made the chinese. As it evolves, the symbols get simpler.

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And the other company of them that gave thanks went over against them, and I after them, and the half of the people upon the wall, from beyond the tower of the furnaces even unto the broad wall;

Chinese art are different from other art works. Chinese art use different tools, materials and spirit. Chinese art also promulgated to neighborhood countries like Japan and Korea. In countries like Thai or Vietnam, Chinese art also has a great influence.

Chinese is the language with the largest native speakers. As the internet evolves, Chinese is becoming the most used written language on the internet.

As the world becomes smaller and smaller, the countries should care each other. No country in the world should be alone. Because an act of one country is more likely to affect another country, either benefit or hurt.

Most old Chinese furniture is carved delicately. Most furniture have some designs such as flowers and dragons.

Chinese calendar is lunar calendar. And the Chinese new year begins about a month later than the solar calendar.

Most people in China use a broadband internet access of Ethernet. But in the US, most people get to internet via 56k phone line. Even people in USA can get to internet via broadband, most people use TV cable with a stupid modem. The average cost to access internet over a cable modem is about $40 while in China the average cost for the broadband Ethernet access is about $6.

Chinese medicine is different from the western medicine. Chinese medicine is based on a special system, called Qi system. Qi can not be seen by human eyes. But it can be felt by alive human. Acupuncture is based on that theory. It's mysterious that China has that theory in 3000 years ago.

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