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welcome!wecome! welcome!I am kaya!From China!If u interested in this country.I will tell u more!!^o^
I have received some emails from many people from many places.U guys give me the best supports!Thanks u all!This website I created it when i was a sophomore in my high school.And that also makes me got my first blog.Now I am a student who is major in Fine Arts in an Art institute in shanghai.I become to know how great the Internet is.It links so many people from different country ,got different culture together.
Here,the student of the world .com ,is the place give me this big View to see the world.I have the first blog here,I got my first E-pal here, I got to know how is the student like my age in other country here.I have to say it`s so helpful for a student ,and it`s also so helpful for an artist.It`s not an Ad.it`s just the truly feeling from a student.


About the world cup!!the origin of the footbal, yeah , Bingle chinese ancient football haha!! click here


click here to Learn chinese


U can leave some msg in my forum.Or u can email me by using guest book.Thanks!!!


Chinese Spring Festival!!


The Chinese Spring Festival this year is On 26th Jan.
The eudemon of the year 2009 is OX .


The Chinese New Year is now popularly known as the Spring Festival because it starts from the Beginning of Spring, which is the most important festival in China. Chinese people observe Spring Festival in the same way that western people observe Christmas Day. Spring Festival is the time for family reunion. Children who stay far away from home will return home during the season, which lasts 15 days since the eve of lunar year until the lantern festival.

Chinese also call Spring Festival ¡°Guo Nian ¡±. The word "Guo" in Chinese has both the meaning of "pass-over" and "observe". The word Nian, which in modern Chinese solely means "year", was originally the name of a monster beast that started to prey on people the night before the beginning of a new year . There is a legend about ¡°Nian¡±.

¡°Nian¡± was a monster with antennae. It was very rude and lived at the bottom of the sea. It went ashore on lunar New Year¡¯s Eve to devour people and animals. People were scared of it. On every lunar New Year¡¯s Eve, in order to keep themselves safe, people fled to the mountains, bringing along the old and the young.

On one lunar New Year¡¯s Eve, an old man with long whiskers came into the village. He was begging for some food and a place to stay overnight. At that time, the villagers were in a hurry fleeing to the mountains to avoid being hurt by ¡°Nian¡±. The villagers were busy running for their lives, so no one noticed the old man except an old lady. ¡°Climb the mountain, or ¡®Nian¡¯ will devour you.¡± She said to the old man. The old man smiled, but he didn¡¯t say any word. ¡°Be quick, in less than several hours ¡®Nian¡¯ will come.¡± The old lady added. Still, the old man smiled. Then, he said, ¡° If you let me stay at your home for a night, I assure you of driving ¡®Nian¡¯ out.¡± ¡°But¡­¡± At last, the old lady had no choice but to flee to the mountains, leaving the old man in her house.

At midnight, ¡°Nian¡± did come. It found there was something different in one house and so walked around the house to see whether there was anything unusual. There was a piece of Chinese red paper on the door, and a flame indoors. Seeing that, ¡°Nian¡± trembled all over and cried in a strange voice. It glared at the house, and then pounced on the house. As it was approaching the house, suddenly some loud sound of firecrackers came out of the house. Again ¡°Nian¡± trembled, and it had no courage to approach any more. At that time, the door opened. Indoors the old man who begged the old lady for her house to stay overnight smiled at ¡°Nian¡±. He was wearing a Chinese red coat. On seeing that, ¡°Nian¡± ran away. In fact, ¡°Nian¡± was afraid of red, flame and firecracker.

From then on, people living in the village knew how to drive ¡°Nian¡± off. It is the reason why we Chinese people like wearing red clothes and setting off firecracker on lunar New Year¡¯s Eve. It is an age-long custom. On lunar New Year¡¯s Eve: we wear new clothes and hats, especially red ones; we wish our relatives and friends a happy new year, we have red antithetical couplets on our doors, we set off firecracker, we light candles and wait for the new year to come.




Do u know chinese Feng shui?
Feng Shui (pronounced approximately "fung SCHWAY") literally means wind and water. Its roots go back more than 5,000 years.

The "Ba-qua," an eight-sided shape, represents the eight stations of life -- career, fame, helpful people, relationships, wealth, prosperity, children, and knowledge. Each station is related to a sector and side of the Ba-qua as shown at the right. Ideally, homes should be organized like the Ba-qua, but an octagon itself is considered too powerful for most people. Regularly shaped buildings are best. Circles are good. The corners of squares are problematic, but squarish rectangles are acceptable. Coffin-shaped rectangles are not.

Feng Shui also relates to organization within rooms. Bedrooms are very important. Clear views, particularly of the front entrance in the career area, are also important. A library in the knowledge area is good. A toilet in the wealth area would not be good. Fish can attract money, and fish tanks are often seen close to entrances of Chinese restaurants. Interior decorations should be simple.








Chinese Kung Fu is so famouse in the world.Now I will tell u something about it.who is this guy?Do u know him?Yeah!u r right.Bruce Lee!LoL*_*Do u like him?I like!












Jacky Chen!!Do like his film?I just think the guy is perfect!


Here I will introduce some traditional Chinese fancyworks to ladies and girls.








The fancywork is made in Suzhou China!Suzhou is a beautiful place.It`s my mother`s native city.I have been there several times.And i think it is suitable for everyone.If u r girl,u can find many beautiful things to dress up urself.If U r boy,u can find many beatiful girls in that city!(Just like my Papa did,LoL)






These shoes named Xiu Hua Xie!It`s also made in Suzhou .U can find some bredes on it.So nice!uhmm?


This is lion wielding.It syncretized dancing and chinese Kung Fu.




This is a dragon wielding.It just like lion wielding.They all act at some traditional Chinese festival!


Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival.
The joyous Mid-Autumn Festival, the third and last festival for the living, was celebrated on the fifteenth day of the eighth moon, around the time of the autumn equinox. Many referred to it simply as the "Fifteenth of the Eighth Moon". In the Western calendar, the day of the festival usually occurred sometime between the second week of September and the second week of October.


There is this story about the moon-cake. during the Yuan dynasty (A.D. 1280-1368) China was ruled by the Mongolian people. Leaders from the preceding Sung dynasty (A.D. 960-1280) were unhappy at submitting to the foreign rule, and set how to coordinate the rebellion without being discovered. The leaders of the rebellion, knowing that the Moon Festival was drawing near, ordered the making of special cakes. Backed into each moon caked was a message with the outline of the attack. On the night of the Moon Festival, the rebels successfully attached and overthrew the government. Today, moon cakes are eaten to commemorate this legend and was called the Moon Cake.




This is my favourite Pop song star Leehom Wong!!


U can see the chaise longue is different from other countries.


u can also click here to visit the magic world China!!
click here To see the Bats cave!!



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