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China Food
Here is a little chinese spice - be aware it is 1100 kb and may take a few minutes to download, but you are going to love it.

Chinese Medicine
Today, medical care in China often consists of a mixture of both Western and traditional Chinese medicine although Western-style medicine tends to be dominant. Large public hospitals in cities across the country offer both of these approaches to medical treatment. The Chinese will usually visit a doctor trained in Western

Chinese Tea
It is said that a Chinese emperor was sitting under a tree when leaves fell into the pot of water he was boiling. He drank the water and found, to his surprise, that it made him feel uplifted and revitalized. He concluded that the leaves had caused this and so brought some back for further experimentation. This small incident triggered the beginning of tea drinking in China and in the world.


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