in 中文-普通话 / 國語 / Mandarin Chinese (traditional) translated by Fion
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20 Apr, 2023
There is an image from the National Museum of China with a caption describing rickshaws:
“Rickshaws were initially introduced to China from Japan. They were widely used in towns and cities. At first the wheels were made of iron, but at the end of the 19th century they were replaced by rubber wheels. Since 1913, all the bodies of rickshaws in Shanghai had been painted with yellow tung oil or yellow lacquer. Since then, rickshaws have flourished in the city for their ease of hire and low fares.”
Here are the original Chinese text and a link to see the image:https://www.chnmuseum.cn/zp/zpml/201812/t20181218_24272_wap.shtml
Wikipedia on this:https://zh.m.wikipedia.org/zh-cn/%E9%BB%83%E5%8C%85%E8%BB%8A
31 Mar, 2023
How do you usually travel around?
I like travelling around by the good old-fashioned way – walking. It is my favourite thing to do.
Walking is not only one of the easiest ways of exercise, but it is also a great benefit for mental
health and wellbeing. More specifically, I have noticed that walking helps me relax and reduce
stress during the day. Walking outdoors, also, exposes people to natural sunlight and removes
the risk of seasonal depression, which usually occurs in fall and winter and personally, I find
it extremely important. Lastly, it costs nothing and helps me explore the beautiful city of
Manchester and its architecture.
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