Rabu, 03 Februari 2016

Lowong Pekerjaan Bahasa Mandarin di Bali

Lowongan pekerjaan ASAP untuk yang menguasai bahasa Mandarin :
1. Grand Mirage Bali (Nusa Dua) ---hrd@grandmirage.com
2. Secret Garden Bedugul Bali --- 082218820409 Darren Y. Firmansyah
3. Polo Shirt (Tanah Lot)
4. Pt. Dufrindo
5. Dash Hotel Seminyak ---- Suli@dash-bali.com

Persyaratan :
1. Bisa berbahasa Inggris
2. Lancar berbahasa Mandarin
3. Latar beelakang pendidikan pariwisata/perhotelan

*Surat lamaran bisa dikirimkan langsung ke pihak HRD Perusahaan yang membuka Lowker atau dikirimkan melalui email Mandarin One Gusde_mandarinone@yahoo.com

Minggu, 24 Januari 2016

Monkey King Welcoming Chinese New Year

Dough figurines of Monkey King welcome the New Year
Visitor holds ‪#‎dough‬ models created by folk artist Song Chongxun in ‪#‎Suzhou‬ city, Jiangsu province, Jan 20, 2016. http://bit.ly/1OGbnpY

Minggu, 13 Desember 2015

The Longest River In China, Yangtze

Gorgeous views with red leaves on the Yangtze River in the Three Gorges area of Zigui County, central China’s Hubei Province. (Xinhua/ Zheng Jiayu)



Qutang Gorge on Changjiang.jpg长江,古称大江,是亚洲第一长河世界第三长河,也是世界上完全在一国境内的最长河流,全长6300公里,干流发源于青藏高原东部唐古拉山脉各拉丹冬峰,穿越中国西南青海西藏云南四川重庆)、中部湖北湖南江西)、东部安徽江苏),在上海市汇入东海。长江流域覆盖中国大陆五分之一陆地面积,养育了中国大陆三分之一的人口长江经济带也是中国最大的经济带。
长江文明黄河文明常被并列为中国文化历史文明经济的两大源泉。繁荣的长江三角洲经济占中华人民共和国GDP20%。长江流域生态类型多样,水生生物资源丰富,是多种濒危动物扬子鳄达氏鲟的栖息地。几千年来,人们利用长江取水、灌溉、排污、运输、发展工业、当作边界等。
近年来,长江受到了工业污染、农业径流、河沙淤积、湿地和湖泊减少的威胁,因而加剧了季节性洪水的发生。长江部分地区已被划为保护区云南三江并流保护区则因丰富的自然及文化资源而被列为联合国教科文组织世界自然遗产










Minggu, 15 November 2015

A day in the life of Chinese students

A day in the life of Chinese students


When bemoaning the United States’ comparatively low test scores on international assessments, some are quick to point to one factor that sets Chinese students apart from their American peers: the length of the school day. Unlike in America, where the length of the school day general stays constant from first grade through high school (if not shortening in the final year or two of school), the Chinese public school year grows as students get older. And the competition also increases, said Yao Zhang, a Chinese native who co-founded Minds Abroad, a company that coordinates study-abroad opportunities in rural China. Zhang is completing her Ph.D. in Economics and Education at Columbia University. She recently walked The Hechinger Report through a day in the life of Chinese students at public elementary, middle and high schools.
Elementary school starts at age seven for students in China. In the country’s mega-cities, like Beijing and Shanghai, where transportation is a large factor, students will go to school from 8 am to 3 pm with only a short break for lunch. But in most areas around the country, there’s a break from school for lunch and, often, a lunch-time nap at home. In primary school, students learn Chinese, math, geography and the basics of the natural sciences. English starts in third grade. There are also music, painting and physical-education classes, and one class that translates to “education of thoughts and morality,” Zhang said. This class covers a bit of political science and history, with stories about Chinese heroes.
By middle school, the competitive pressure to get into any high school—not just the top ones—is palpable. Admission is determined almost exclusively by performance on a single test, and only about 70 percent of students who finish middle school go on to high school. Even in primary school, parents start investing money in math Olympiads or musical-instrument training for children whose test-scores might make them borderline candidates for acceptance; extraordinary talent in math or music could be just enough to make the difference. Moving to different neighborhoods to get into better schools is a common strategy, as are hiring private tutors and making $1,000 “donations” to magnet-like middle schools.
And the workload ratchets up in middle school, too. Students spend from 7 am to 8 am at school reading, either in English or Chinese, and reciting to teachers. School ends at 5 pm, but the dinner break is shortened for an hour of “play time”—or physical fitness—beginning at 6 pm. After that, students stay at school for “evening sessions,” which function like study halls or tutoring periods. Students do homework and study, while teachers assist them. Physics, chemistry, biology and political science are tacked on to the elementary school course-load, as well as electives like calligraphy and computer science.
With under 30 percent of high-school graduates getting into college—based entirely on how students do on a “one-shot,  one-kill test,” as Zhang put it—most students spend almost all waking hours studying. The subject areas of high-school courses don’t differ much from those in middle school, though phys-ed typically ends after 10th grade. Evening sessions at the high-school level conclude at 11 pm. And, for the many students who attend public boarding schools far from their hometowns, most of their lunch and dinner breaks are spent hitting the books. “Lack of sleep is very common for Chinese high-school students,” Zhang said.


Minggu, 11 Oktober 2015

Bila kita mengungjungi China, kita akan seringkali menemukan kuliner tahu. Variasi olahan tahu ini banyak sekali, masing-masing daerah memiliki cara mengolah tahu yang berbeda, mulai dari yang lembut, keras sampai yang berbau busuk.Tahu telah mejadi salah satu makanan favorit di China selama lebih dari 2000 tahun. Tak heran bila mereka begitu ahli mengolah tahu. Salah satu masakan tahu favorit saya adalah Tofuhua (豆腐花) untuk sarapan pagi dan Tahu busuk (臭豆腐) untuk cemilan malam hari .

麻婆豆腐 (mapo doufu)
mapo tofu

 Silken Tofu

Silken tofu

豆腐花 (doufu hua)

doufu hua


 Kulit tahu (豆腐皮)

Kulit tahu (doufu pi)

Tahu busuk (臭豆腐)

Tahu busuk (Chou doufu)


























Minggu, 30 Agustus 2015

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