15 May 2014 Read 8670 times
On March 8, 2014, 7 French students arrived in Huai’an to study as exchange students for 4 months. Next month, they will finish their internships in Huai’an, and go back home. This Tuesday, Huaihai Evening Paper interviewed some of them. Guillaume Deniboire and Axel Jacob are from the University of Poitiers, and Gaëlle Maguet from the University of Angouleme in France. Read more...
08 May 2014 Read 37677 times
Have you attended any wedding ceremonies during the Labor Day holiday? We'd like to extend our best wishes to all new couples. Read more...
06 May 2014 Read 7786 times
Here, let's meet Chara from Jinhu. Chara Watts (England), having studied Chinese in England for 4 years, she continued with her study in Ningbo in spring and summer, 2010, so it is Chara’s second time in China. Chara lives and teaches English in Jinhu County and enjoys coming to downtown Huai’an to visit her friends. She is a regular at the expat dinners. Chara has a distinct advantage over most of the rest of the expat group with her knowledge of the language. Chinese is not the only language Chara speaks, and she has great fluency in Russian and French, a working knowledge of Serbo Croat, and a little acquaintance with Spanish as well. Read more...
01 May 2014 Read 27532 times
Here, let’s meet some of the expats living in your communities. Read more...
26 April 2014 Read 4198 times
Last Saturday evening saw the largest social gathering of expats in Huai’an. This group of expats meet approximately once every four to six weeks to have dinner, catch up and discuss their latest adventures and experiences in China. Read more...
24 April 2014 Read 11393 times
This month, Huai’an Modern Tram System’s project team released the preliminary operating plan to the public. The future Huai’an Tram will run from 6 am until 10:30 pm every day. During the peak hours, the trams will depart every 5 minutes; in the off-peak times, the intervals will be less than 20 minutes. Huai’an Trams will run at the speed of 25km per hour. Riders can pay with coins, Huai’an Bus Card and Citizen Card. Read more...
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