Cantonese


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Cantonese

the Chinese language spoken in the city of Canton, Guangdong and Guanxi provinces, Hong Kong, and elsewhere outside China
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The word "hai" is arguably the rudest of what is dubbed "the five great Cantonese profanities" and refers to female genitalia.
Dr Liu Jian Jun, Deputy Executive Director at GIS and lead author of the study said, "The importance of the EBV viral variants in the development of NPC and its striking epidemic among Cantonese dialect group have been poorly explored in the past.
Wong is a native of Hong Kong, and her mother tongue is Cantonese. Her knowledge of Mandarin, however, has enabled her to reach out to church visitors from mainland China, building relationships through outreach programs such as English conversation groups.
The restaurant menu includes a range of soups, steamed dim sum/ appetisers, starters and Cantonese specialities, as well as a variety of main courses centred around chicken, duck, king prawn, beef, pork and fillet steak.
Szechuan cuisine originating in South-Western China emphasizes on bold and strong flavours, which can be termed as spicy in our region, whereas Cantonese cuisines are on the lighter side and is also favourite all around the world'.
Two are for a national audience, with Cantonese and Mandarin feeds found on DISH.
One such restaurant that serves authentic Cantonese meals is Hai Shin Lou, which first opened its doors to the dining public on Dec.
All of those affected had eaten at the restaurant, which specialises in Cantonese dishes, on the afternoon of December 2, 2016.
Chung Ying Garden Cantonese on Thorp Street, which celebrated its 30th anniversary last year, and was named in the Mail's 50 best restaurants guide, will close after being fined PS30,000 for three breaches of food and hygiene regulations at Birmingham Magistrates Court.
In 2005, Peony Garden was the go-to place in the metro for authentic Cantonese cuisine with touches of Malaysian flavor.