what to do in Suzhou

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Re: what to do in Suzhou

Postby starking73 » Sun May 17, 2009 3:11 am

nico wrote:hi, I will be moving to Suzhou near the end of this year to complete my overseas study program there. I have never been to China before so it'd be great if anyone got any advice for me as a foreign exchange student. Also, I am curious about what the leisure activities people, especially college students, participate in...anything tips are welcome. Thank you!!


I guess you are in Suzhou University? The university accepts foreign students from many countries for degrees, exchange programmes, etc... a small expat community...
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Re: what to do in Suzhou

Postby menzie01 » Tue Jun 02, 2009 3:56 pm

xingxi wrote:
beci22ci wrote:don't forget to taste its foods and tea, the most famous traditions in china, suzhou cuisine and Biluochun tea (a green tea).

plus parks, gardens and old watertowns.

Hmm.. I like green tea ever! This brings great feelings to me. It was really good for our health because it is a type of tea made solely with the leaves of Camellia sinensis, that has undergone minimal oxidation during processing.! :)



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Re: what to do in Suzhou

Postby KPT » Sat Jun 06, 2009 12:12 am

menzie01 wrote:
xingxi wrote:
beci22ci wrote:don't forget to taste its foods and tea, the most famous traditions in china, suzhou cuisine and Biluochun tea (a green tea).

plus parks, gardens and old watertowns.

Hmm.. I like green tea ever! This brings great feelings to me. It was really good for our health because it is a type of tea made solely with the leaves of Camellia sinensis, that has undergone minimal oxidation during processing.! :)
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