China won't allow new Internet cafes to open in 2007

China won’t allow new Internet cafes to open in 2007

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Beijing – 8 March 2007
1. Wide of internet users in internet cafe
2. Close up of online gamer
3. Pan from a row of internet users to the computer screen
4. Close up of computer screen showing online Role Playing Games
5. Close up of a row of internet users watching computer screens
6. Close up of screen showing web site with words “China bans opening new internet cafes”
7. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Li Xia, an internet user in the internet cafe :
“Quite a number of young adolescents lack self-discipline. They can’t tell what’s good for them from what’s bad. They are unable to make good use of computer on their own.”
8. SOUNDBITE(Mandarin) Mr Wang, an internet user in the internet cafe :
“Lots of people don’t have computers at home. They need to go online to get information and search for materials, especially the college students. So, no more internet cafes can be opened? I don’t think that’s a very good decision.”
Zhen Luoying Village, near Beijing – January, 2007
9. Farmer walking on country road
10. Pan from road to Open E-learning Centre, the central internet learning place for local farmers
11. Close up of logo “Open E-learning Centre”
12. Interior of Open E-learning Centre with farmers sitting at their computers.
13. Various of farmer
14. Web site showing agricultural information
15. Various of farmer learning how to use keyboard
16. Various of farmer learning to surf the internet
17. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Voxpop, farmer :
“In the days without internet, We were like frogs at the bottom of a well, not knowing the outside world or the market information. Now we have the internet. We can get connected at home, acquire market information and sell our fruits accordingly. We get richer because of it.”
Beijing – February, 2007
18. Exterior of CNNIC (China Network Information Centre)
19. Assistant director of CNNIC Wang Enhai working
20. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Wang Enhai, assistant director of CNNIC:
“We should guide our internet users by showing them the positive contents, and eliminate its negative influence by filtering the negative contents.”
Beijing – January, 2007
21. College student surfing the internet
22. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Wang Xin, college student :
“I have learned most of the opinions of the Chinese scholars. They are more or less the same. I really want to expand my vision and gain an international perspective. Because foreign countries have different social institutions and ideologies, their views can enlighten us college students a lot in our study and research.”
23. Wide of internet users sitting in rows
24. Various of girl video-chatting and voice messaging her friend
25. Medium of internet users
26. Internet user watching film ‘Casino Royale’ online
China will not allow any new Internet cafes to open this year.
14 government departments, including the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Information Industry, issued a notice on Tuesday (March 6) saying that local governments must not sanction the opening of new Internet cafes.
China’s online population is now 137 (m)million – putting the country on track to surpass the USA in 2008 as the nation with the most Internet users, according to Chinese government figures.
But how to regulate internet use is of concern to the Chinese government.
It’s believed there are about 113,000 Internet cafes in China.
Many are smoke-filled rooms with rows of computers set up for online gaming.
Reactions from Chinese internet users to the government’s new directive have been varied.
Some insist the ban is necessary for young Chinese citizens who have little self control.
Li Xia, an internet user in this cafe, says she thinks people need to guided about going online.

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Poor village in China turns into ‘winter wonderland’ for tourists

Poor village in China turns into ‘winter wonderland’ for tourists

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Gifted with five months of snow each year, a small town on China’s northwestern border has become popular with tourists who want to enjoy its fairy-tale landscapes. The village of Chonghu’erxiang in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region welcomes thousands of visitors from November through March each year. Many make a stop in the town on the way to Kanas Lake Nature Reserve – a Unesco World Heritage site.

Home Cafes | Penda | Beijing, Beijing, China | HD

Home Cafes | Penda | Beijing, Beijing, China | HD

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Text description provided by the architects. Penda has been commissioned by the Beijing-based property developer Hongkun to lay out a concept for its café brand Home Café with potential to spread it throughout China. The café chain will incorporate various concept versions to offer spaces to breathe in heavily polluted areas of China. Two debut locations opened its doors in Beijing and Tianjin. With air pollution being a major issue in Chinese cities, Penda decided to create a café for visitors to take a deep breath of clean air.
Commonly hidden within a building’s structure, steel bars are brought to light as a main design feature in Home Cafés. The reused steel bars are painted black, connected with each other and constructed as a grid that defines the appearance of the cafés.
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Chinese Street Food DAN DAN NOODLE Tour in Sichuan, China | INSANELY GOOD and SPICY Szechuan Noodles

Chinese Street Food DAN DAN NOODLE Tour in Sichuan, China | INSANELY GOOD and SPICY Szechuan Noodles

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One of the best Chinese street foods you will ever eat in China is the Dan Dan Noodles! Spicy Chinese Dan Dan noodles are the best street food in China! If you love spicy Sichuan food and street food in China, then you’re going to love Dan Dan noodles, because they are so flavorful and covered in a rich chili oil!

In this Chinese street food video, we’re bringing you on a full on Dan Dan noodle tour of Chengdu, China, DEEP in the heart of Sichuan in Southwest China. This is the land of delicious and spicy Sichuan cuisine, sometimes spelled Szechuan cuisine. There are so many famous Sichuan foods to try here in Chengdu, but today, we are trying 4 different variations of Dan Dan noodles, also sometimes called Zajiang noodles.

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China has so many amazing street foods to try, and I’ve been filming and documenting them for you for the past 4 years. In my opinion, the best noodle dish in China is dan dan noodles, right here in Chengdu, Sichuan. China has some of the best street food around the world, and these dan dan noodles were INSANELY GOOD, some of the best noodles in China for sure!

If you’re traveling to China to eat and try different street foods, and perhaps want to learn a little bit about Chinese food and chinese cooking in the process, you need to try a few different variations of Dan Dan noodles. When they prepare the traditional Chinese dan dan noodle recipe right on the street, you can watch as they scoop the main ingredients like chili oil, soy sauce, sichuan peppercorn, and garlic right into the noodle bowl and then place the steaming hot noodles right over top. It’s truly satisfying! After they put the noodles over top, they place their signature fried ground pork on top, known in Chinese as shaozi.

When your dan dan noodles arrive to your table, it is very important to mix up all the chili oil and all of the ingredients throughout. This ensures that the flavour and the hot oil gets coated onto each noodle before you take a bite. It’s also quite satisfying mixing the noodles and watching the dark red oil slowly turn each noodle from white into red and silky smooth.

When you take your first bite, you’ll understand why this is one of the BEST Chinese street foods you need to try. The spicy noodles are coated with an incredibly aromatic chili oil and really send you straight up to heaven! It’s one of the best forms of Chinese cooking!

If you are traveling to china and want to find these famous Dan dan noodles, here are the addresses:

1) Dawanmian, AKA big noodle bowl:
Restaurant name: 大碗面店
Address: 成都市过街楼街26-6号

2) Deep alleyway dan dan noodles:
Restaurant name: 十五栋面店
Address: 成都市西体路7号

3) Street side dan dan noodles in the north of Chengdu:
Address: 成都市星辉中路城隍庙街城隍面馆

My neighbourhood noodle joint outside of Chengdu, China

4)Restaurant name: 恋味老面馆
Address: 成都市龙泉驿区龙平路427号

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Pra começar, café é algo pouco consumido na China. Pão é bem diferente, frutas, se for inverno, nem pensar. Como afinal de contas é o café da manhã, ou o desjejum chinês? Quais são as comidas que o povo chinês come de manhã? Descubra agora.


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The Michelin Star is one of the most well known appreciations of fine dining.

The world was taken quite by surprise in July 2016 when a Hawker Stall was awarded 1 Michelin Star for what is well known as a fairly simple dish – Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodles.

We went to the Liao Fan Hawker Stall, which is located in the food court of the Chinatown Complex.
The award winning dish still only costs SGD 2.00, even after winning the Michelin star prices there have remained the same.

Liao Fan Hawker Stall:
Chinatowm Complex Market & Food Center
335 Smith Street
Level 2 #02-126 (corner stall)

Liao Fan Hawker Chan Restaurant:
78 Smith Street (opposite the Chinatown Complex Market & Food Center)

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