A new cafe opened in a second tier university in China

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  1. cinoti

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    University of Shanxi, ranked 64 in China's Universities, opened a new cafe for its Business School students.

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    Although looks like a fancy restaurant, students say food price is reasonable.
     
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    Showcasing PRC I see. Nothing wrong with that. We have plenty of such places all over India.
     
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    oh, good to know
     
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    Looks like cir has backup, he may feel free to retire now.
    Hi cinoti, this is an Indian military forum. Why do you come here to sell Chinese food?
    BTW, does this food fair sell chicken feet and other garbage?

    Mod: English fixed
     
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    chicken feet are delicacy, this is China forum, I present China to you, you should appreciate my hard work.
    if every Indian eat chicken feet, you guys can at least get some protein and build up a stronger nation.
     
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    Appreciate the concern, but Indians have enough options for protein diet.
    I haven't seen a lot of people eating Chicken feet, we're hugely into legs though :p
     
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    chicken feet is for appetizer, it is not a dish, it's hors d'oeuvre, don't trust any Chinese restaurant over seas, they won't prepare it with the dedication this delicacy deserves. in the past time, emperors will order an hors d'oeuvre of "dragon's whisker and phoenix's claw", that is carp's whisker and chicken feet ( only the meaty part in the middle of the palm, it is a costly food
    Chicken legs are for regular farmers.

    you can try it in Diamsum restaurant though, it is Cantonese style, better than nothing, do drink some saki with it.

    but I may waste all my saliva with a vegetarian, who is to complain.....
     
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    Although it is a forum about china...it should be a military discussion. This is not masterchef china! Grow up boy.. no need to feature your school canteen here!
     
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    it is a departmental cafe not even a school canteen, this shows how China invested in its education, it is related to military because it is related to infrastructure, related to economy related to next generation's competition. I don't think weapons or troops are only issues of military, military in Chinese is written as 军事, 军, suggests your use chariots to form a circle to defense yourself ( like what you see in the western movies), 事, means administration, means governing.

    To a Chinese mind, military is anything related to defense.
     
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    武: means armed, holding your spear and march.
    器: means instrument
    武器: means weapon.
    what interesting is in 武, the marching part generated from your toe, and toe also means to stop. so it also implies, to stop war ( spear), you have to be armed and march with your own spear.

    战争: war
    战 means propaganda and spear,
    争 means two hands to grab one thing.
    war is to use psychological and physical mighty to grab interests.
     
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    You can search for "Only Defence" as an option at DFI Forum page.
     
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    It’s Time to Circle the Wagons…

    Here is a historical battle for a military history connection.

    Wagon Box Fight


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wagon_Box_Fight

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    I am wondering why American Indian are so different from Indian Indian. are they real Hindu Indian's descendants
     
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    The Round Earth and Christopher Columbus

    When he reached America, he thought that he had reached India and called native Americans as Indians and it stuck.
     
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    Indians are now a days left with nothing but jealousy, which isn't good for general health.

    If Chinese members here really want to show off, Indians would be bombarded with tons of photos and videos day in and day out, until such time that the members in questions are either denied access to the forum or the trolls come out in force with delusional and ridiculous remarks and accusations, all to make themselves believe that India still matters. :rofl:
     
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    What if Chinese members decided to comport themselves in a reasonable manner and Indian members were not so sensitive about Chinese posts?:grouphug:
     
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    you guys should have seen "wisdom tree" at CLC Delhi University with chai wallah. You cant beat that any day.
     
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    This has to be the least interesting topic on DFI. Who cares about a new cafeteria at some nothing Chinese school?
     
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