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Learn Cantonese Language - Travel Guide to Hong Kong and Macau
Learn Cantonese language. Cantonese is the langauge of Southern China and importantly Hong Kong. Although you're unlikely to have any difficulty using ...
Cantonese Opera in Hong Kong
Where to watch Cantonese Opera in Hong Kong and the best shows to catch.
What Is Cantonese Cuisine - Travel Guide to Hong Kong and Macau
Forget General Tso's chicken or sweet and sour pork with floating pineapple chunks, in Hong Kong you'll find Cantonese restaurants that have been showered ...
Mandarin or Cantonese - Should I Learn Mandarin or Cantonese
Is it better to learn Mandarin Chinese or Cantonese? ... is spoken by more people , but Cantonese may be more practical in Hong Kong and Guangdong Province.
Cantonese Food and Cuisine - Travel Guide to Hong Kong and Macau
Cantonese cuisine originates from the southern Guangdong region of China, the home of the Cantonese people. Their stronghold is Hong Kong and many of the ...
What Is the Difference Between Mandarin and Cantonese?
Cantonese is spoken by the people of Hong Kong, Macau and Guangdong province, including Guangzhou (previously Canton in English). Most foreign Chinese ...
Mandarin or Cantonese - Learn Mandarin Chinese - About.com
All business, television and education is in Mandarin. Since Hong Kong is now part of China, Mandarin is being taught in the schools and more and more people  ...
Chinese Recipes - Cantonese cooking - Chinese Food - About.com
A Collection of Chinese Recipes that are representative of Cantonese cooking. ... Stir-fried Broccoli, Hong Kong Style · Sweet and Sour Pork, Cantonese Style.
Best Restaurants in Hong Kong on a Budget
Cantonese cuisine restaurants in Hong Kong can be somewhat overwhelming, usually a chaotic clatter of dishes, chopsticks and Cantonese. Tsui Hang Village  ...
What is the Official Language of Hong Kong?
There is no such thing as the Hong Kong Language. The official languages of Hong Kong are Chinese and English, however the difference between Cantonese ...
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