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Different from all other nights
When Eytan Tepper, 43, was a little boy in his hometown Tel Aviv, Israel, he was always happy and excited when it came time to celebrate Passover.
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Different from all other nights
Source: Global Times Published: April 17, 2014 19:58
When Eytan Tepper, 43, was a little boy in his hometown Tel Aviv, Israel, he was always happy and excited when it came time to celebrate Passover.
Source: Global Times Published: April 17, 2014 19:48
The first thing I do after I move is to look for the seafood market.
Dangers of bad food emerge over time
Source: Global Times Published: April 17, 2014 19:43
China’s struggles with food safety are well-known. The baby formula scandal of 2008 produced nationwide soul-searching after hundreds of infants fell seriously ill or died.
Word matters
Source: Global Times Published: April 17, 2014 19:43
“Recently, we installed monitoring cameras in the kitchens of these snack bars and installed eight TV sets in the dining hall, so the diners can clearly see every move in the kitchen.”
Source: Global Times Published: April 17, 2014 19:38
Starting at the end of February, a rectification project on Nanluoguxiang was initiated, and unlicensed shops have been shut down. Most of the closed 61 shops were low-end snack shops, the Beijing Evening News reported.
Source: Global Times Published: April 17, 2014 19:33
According to the latest policy in Tongzhou district, open-air barbecue will be completely banned in the whole district, which not only means that barbecue stalls are prohibited, but also indicates that citizens are no longer allowed to barbecue in parks or on balconies, the Beijing Daily reported.
Source: Global Times Published: April 17, 2014 19:33
Swedish furniture retailer IKEA’s new 3-yuan ($0.48) breakfast set has become wildly popular. Originally, the restaurant offered free pickles and containers as part of the meal, but because of the number of people who took more than their share, IKEA has begun charging for them, the Legal Mirror rep...
A fine ferment
Source: Global Times Published: April 17, 2014 19:33
Does your food stink? Don’t throw it out. It might be good for you. Though overwhelming in smell, many fermented foods are very beneficial to human health – and some enjoy great popularity as culinary delicacies.
Source: Global Times Published: April 16, 2014 20:48
The new policy that platform tickets would no longer be sold at Beijing Railway Station and Beijing West Railway Station since March 27 has caused confusion and even a few confrontations. Despite the efforts of station staff, passengers unaware of the new regulations have tried to get onto the platf...
Source: Global Times Published: April 16, 2014 20:43
For the Beijing 2014 International Long-Distance Running Festival, scheduled for April 20, six race routes will be subject to traffic control, the Beijing News reported.
Source: Global Times Published: April 16, 2014 20:43
The boats at Houhai Lake are unable to do business because of the overgrowth of waterweeds. The rental boats business owners said that they received many complaints in early April from tourists about aquatic plants getting caught up in the boat propellers, the Beijing Youth Daily reported.
Road rage
Source: Global Times Published: April 16, 2014 20:43
Considered by his acquaintances one of the friendliest and most mild people around, Tong Wei, a 28-year-old engineer, becomes somebody else completely when he gets in the car. “My wife often teases me that the steering wheel is the trigger for my mood disorder, which makes me yell and even give othe...
Fish in a barrel
Source: Global Times Published: April 16, 2014 19:28
The first weekend after coming back from a five-day sea fishing trip in Malaysia, 28-year-old Zhang Chiyu could not wait to tell his friends about the first time he tried fly fishing in the ocean.
Source: Global Times Published: April 16, 2014 19:23
Masking Price (April 10) illustrates a key point about the double-edged nature of the air pollution issue.
Every trip is a chance for workaholics
Source: Global Times Published: April 16, 2014 19:23
Tourism in China has been expanding rapidly since the early 1980s.
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