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1 Reisgroep EA  Jan Van der Velpen  Yan Hua  Alex Vanhaesendonck  Eddy Schoeters

2 Reisgroep EM  Ruben Huylenbroeck  Wang Kun  Danielle Cools  Dany Vanbeveren  Dirk Smeyers  Wannes Verhegge

3 Reisgroep CH + PH  Raf Aerts  Shi Xing  Pieter Roets  Nele Van Dael  Saskia Mainzer

4 Welcome To Asian Project

5 China

6 Self-Introduction EA group Chinese name: Yan Hua English name: Troy Chemistry and Teacher group Shi Xing EM group Wang kun

7 Topics  Language  Traffic  Money and Security  Shopping  Food, Drinks and Culture


9 1.1 Daily language  Ni hao ~~ hello; zai jian ~~ see you  Wo ~~ Ik ; wo jiao pieter ~~ ik ben pieter  Qing ~~ please or you first;  Qing wen ~~ excuse me ;  Dui bu qi ~~ sorry;  bi li shi ~~ Belgium;  Xie xie ~~ thanks; bu ke qi ~ u r welcom

10 1.2 Counting

11 Counting (continue)

12 1.3 When could you ask in English  If you lost your way or you want to ask for some thing,you can try to ask such people in English College students The business men and young people The foreigners

13 traffic

14 2.1 Traffic tools Bus (give up) Taxi (the most suitable for you) Maglev train (magnetically levitated train, Shanghai) Metro (Beijing, Shanghai) Light standard rail ( Beijing)

15 2.2 Taxi  If you take the taxi, you need to pay 5-10 yuan at least (That’s depends on city).  The price is more or less 2 yuan per KM and when you arrive, there total price will be shown in the counting machine.  Do not forget to ask for the ticket when you pay for the driver.

16 Taxi (continue) Price

17 Money & Security

18 3.1 Money Wish you are rich!!!

19 Money (continue) Normally, you can exchange money in the airport and bank. Exchange rate between RMB and € :1 € = 10 yuan (more or less) The unite of the RMB: 1 yuan=10 jiao =100 fen

20 Money (continue) There are two sets of RMB and both of them can used.

21 Money-Other ’ s RMB (continue)  New edition 5yuan coin 50cent

22 Money-Be careful: Fake!! (continue)

23 3.2 Security  If you are in trouble (be stole or robbed), call the policemen by 110.  Take care of your money and passport when you are in the large crowd.  If you find some kids are following you, they are stealers.

24  Tai wan  Nippon (Japan)  Xizang ( Tibet ) The above topic may bring you into trouble on the condition that you a foreigner ask … if you want to know something you can ask us … but it ’ s really a long story even longer then the great wall. Security (continue)

25 4 Shopping When you are shopping, there is a large difference between China and Europe.  Normally, the price of an certain commodity in China is the same as here, but the unite is yuan!  You can always argy-bargy to lower the price except shopping in the big emporium (very very big shopping building).  How much you can lower the price depend on your experience and wisdom.  Hand language and calculator will help you a lot.

26 Food, Drinks and Cultural

27 5.1 Drink

28 5.1 Drink (continue)  You had better buy a good bottle water  In hotel,you can ask for hot water  Don ’ t drink the tap water  Chinese alcohol is hot and tough

29 5.2 Food

30 Food (continue)  In the north China, flour food like noodles is more than rice food. In the south China it changes, people eat rice more than noodles  The taste--  In the south,the flavor is apt to sweat  In the north,the flavor is apt to salt  In the west, the flavor is apt to spicy

31 Food  Triple Delight Crispy Prawn With Walnuts Crispy Shrimp W. Salt Pepper Happy Family General TSO's Chicken

32 Peking duck Food-Peking duck Wow,Savory!!!

33 Food-Soup  Normally after dinner.  Good for your health

34 Food-How to use Chopsticks  It ’ s not so difficult to use chopsticks. Think of the chopstick as a pair of prongs, the only difference being that there are two separate parts or sticks. One stick is held in stationary position and the other is moved. 1. Take one stick first and hold it in your right hand in the way you would normally hold a pencil. If the stick has a thick and a thin end, hold it so that the thick end is on top. 2. Keeping the fingers in this position, turn your hand inward until the stick is horizontal to the table and parallel to your body. 3. Relax your fingers slightly and slide the stick to the left until your thumb and forefinger are clamping the stick at about its mid-point. The thumb should not be bent nor rigidly straight. All your fingers should be curved slightly inwards with the middle finger in contact with the underside of the stick and the nail of the middle finger protruding towards your body. The third (ring) finger should be in line with the middle finger but its nail should protrude beyond the middle finger towards your body.

35  4. Now, take the other stick with your left hand and let the thick end rest on the protruding part of the ring finger of your right hand. Slide the stick towards the right, touching the tip of the middle finger and passing under the thumb until the thick end rests at the base joint of your forefinger. This is the stationary position of this stick, and it should be roughly parallel to the first stick. 5. Alternately bend and extend your forefinger and middle finger, letting the first stick PIVOT at the thumb. The thin tip of the moving stick will touch that of the stationary stick when you bend the two fingers. Don't hold the sticks rigidly. Hardly any pressure or strength is needed to grasp things at the tip of the chopsticks. The chopstick is multipurpose; it serves the Japanese as fork, knife and spoon. They eat soup with it they cut food into small morsels with it; and they use it to pick up food and carry it from the plate to the mouth. You can do it, too. How to use chopsticks (continue)

36 How to use chopsticks  In all, we believe that you can master that how to use the chopsticks if you don’t want to get hungry.

37 Food-secret -We also eat dog in China But not this one!!! Attention:

38 5.3 Cultural  Different countries have different taboo’s.  We have a lot which are quite different from yours.

39 Cultural-Forbidden habit  Knock the table with chopsticks (means you are impatient and hungry and not satisfy with the host)  Swing chopsticks in the air  Chew slowly, don ’ t utter a sound

40 Cultural-Forbidden habit  Sometimes during eating, you can see a bowl of tea. It’s not for drinking!!! Just for washing hand.  Don’t point to some one.

41 Contact  Yan Hua: 13366301383(Chinese)  Shi Xing:  Wang kun:

42 VISA  Kredietkaart tot 625€/maand  Gratis tot 25 jaar (>25 : 32€/jaar, incl. rekening)  Borg=ouders: formulier snel gaan halen = voldoende op rekening (persoon/persoon)  4 dagen om te betalen  Let op!! Afrekening maart(  al op rekening)  Aanvraag duurt 1 week

43 VISA  Voor iedereen:  Ga na of alles geactiveerd is  Blokkade van 4 dagen valt weg

44 Groepsverantwoordelijke  Kamerindeling (per 2)  Maten T-shirts (S, M, L, XL, XXL)

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