Catalai China Internship Program

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Beijing How To Beat the Heat #23: take a casual nap in the shade

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Beijing's notorious 臭豆腐 (chòu dōu fu)  or “stinky tofu". Only for the brave!

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Catalai China Internship Programme

Catalai China Internship Programme

Caramelized yam root - traditional Shandong cuisine.

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Making jiaozi

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Chinese 剪纸 (jiǎn zhǐ) or paper-cutting

Cheap decorative line clip art, Buy Quality art sword directly from China decorative art panels Suppliers: Chinese Oriental Art Dragon Paper Cut 4 Home Decor

Chinese tea culture

Chinese Tea is one of the things I cannot wait to try. Being able to make the delicious brews of Traditional Chinese Tea shall be a blessing to learn!

If only it were that easy...become a Catalai China Programme intern to gain first-hand experience doing business in China!

If only it were that easy.become a Catalai China Programme intern to gain first-hand experience doing business in China!

The Bird's Nest National Stadium (Niaochao). Beijing, China

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