Cantonese Bibles

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Gospel According to Luke / Chinese - Spanish Bilingual Edition

Gospel According to Luke / Chinese - Spanish Bilingual Edition [Paperback]

Gospel According to Luke / Chinese - Spanish Bilingual Edition

Description of Bible stories illustrated with chinese traditional paintings / good for interested chinese readers

Description of Bible stories illustrated with chinese traditional paintings / good for interested chinese readers

The Purpose Driven Life (Chinese Language Edition)    $29.99

The Purpose Driven Life (Chinese Language Edition) $29.99

Cantonese Praise and Worship CD / Modern Worship / All Nations Worship and Praise Ministries / Cantonese New Songs 1   $29.99

Cantonese Praise and Worship CD / Modern Worship / All Nations Worship and Praise Ministries / Cantonese New Songs 1 $29.99

Cantonese Praise and Worship CD / Modern Worship / All Nations Worship and Praise Ministries / Cantonese New Songs 1    $29.99

Cantonese Praise and Worship CD / Modern Worship / All Nations Worship and Praise Ministries / Cantonese New Songs 1 $29.99

Cantonese Audion New Testament / MP3-DVD / 2009 / Cantonese is a variety of the Chinese language spoken in and around the city of Guangzhou (formerly known as Canton) in Southern China, by the majority population of Hong Kong and Macau    $29.99

Cantonese Audion New Testament / MP3-DVD / 2009 / Cantonese is a variety of the Chinese language spoken in and around the city of Guangzhou (formerly known as Canton) in Southern China, by the majority population of Hong Kong and Macau $29.99

Cantonese Audion New Testament / MP3-DVD / 2009 / Cantonese is a variety of the Chinese language spoken in and around the city of Guangzhou (formerly known as Canton) in Southern China, by the majority population of Hong Kong and Macau   $29.99

Cantonese Audion New Testament / MP3-DVD / 2009 / Cantonese is a variety of the Chinese language spoken in and around the city of Guangzhou (formerly known as Canton) in Southern China, by the majority population of Hong Kong and Macau $29.99

Cantonese Dramatized Audion New Testament / MP3-USB 2GB Nano Stick / 2009 / Cantonese is a variety of the Chinese language spoken in and around the city of Guangzhou (Canton) in Southern China, by the majority population of Hong Kong and Macau    $33.99

Cantonese Dramatized Audion New Testament / MP3-USB 2GB Nano Stick / 2009 / Cantonese is a variety of the Chinese language spoken in and around the city of Guangzhou (Canton) in Southern China, by the majority population of Hong Kong and Macau $33.99

Cantonese Dramatized Audion New Testament / MP3-USB 2GB Nano Stick / 2009 / Cantonese is a variety of the Chinese language spoken in and around the city of Guangzhou (Canton) in Southern China, by the majority population of Hong Kong and Macau   $33.99

Cantonese Dramatized Audion New Testament / MP3-USB 2GB Nano Stick / 2009 / Cantonese is a variety of the Chinese language spoken in and around the city of Guangzhou (Canton) in Southern China, by the majority population of Hong Kong and Macau $33.99

Cantonese Dramatized Audion New Testament / MP3-USB 2GB Nano Stick / 2009 / Cantonese is a variety of the Chinese language spoken in and around the city of Guangzhou (Canton) in Southern China, by the majority population of Hong Kong and Macau    $33.99

Cantonese Dramatized Audion New Testament / MP3-USB 2GB Nano Stick / 2009 / Cantonese is a variety of the Chinese language spoken in and around the city of Guangzhou (Canton) in Southern China, by the majority population of Hong Kong and Macau $33.99


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One of the major styles of Chinese opera, Cantonese opera is a highly respected and much-loved art form that blends Chinese legend, music and drama into a vibrant performance style that’s rich with symbolic meaning. Popular with audiences in southern China and parts of Southeast Asia, it was included as part of UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2009.

One of the major styles of Chinese opera, Cantonese opera is a highly respected and much-loved art form that blends Chinese legend, music and drama into a vibrant performance style that’s rich with symbolic meaning. Popular with audiences in southern China and parts of Southeast Asia, it was included as part of UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2009.

This Cantonese clan association house was magnificently restored in 2012. The clansmen originally came to Penang from the Heong San district of Southern China. It is located at the junction of Lebuh Gereja and Lebuh King, forming part of a row of Cantonese temple buildings. The original name plaque is above the front entrance door while the new name Chong San Wooi Koon inscribed on panels at each side of the door with striking door paintings of the Warrior Gods.

This Cantonese clan association house was magnificently restored in 2012. The clansmen originally came to Penang from the Heong San district of Southern China. It is located at the junction of Lebuh Gereja and Lebuh King, forming part of a row of Cantonese temple buildings. The original name plaque is above the front entrance door while the new name Chong San Wooi Koon inscribed on panels at each side of the door with striking door paintings of the Warrior Gods.

CULINARY TRAVELS WITH WILMAX. China: Cantonese Style Steamed Fish

CULINARY TRAVELS WITH WILMAX. China: Cantonese Style Steamed Fish

This tiny, cute fruit with the somewhat amusing name originated in China as did its name: an anglicization of the Cantonese term for “golden orange”. Kumquats are hardier than most citrus plants and have been successfully cultivated in Florida, Louisiana and California. Unlike most citrus fruits, Kumquats can be eaten whole, without peeling – the rind is sweet compared to the more sour and slightly salty pulp, a fact that according to Kumquat aficionados creates an enjoyable contrast in…

Berry Nice! 12 Amazing, Odd and Unusual Fruits

This tiny, cute fruit with the somewhat amusing name originated in China as did its name: an anglicization of the Cantonese term for “golden orange”. Kumquats are hardier than most citrus plants and have been successfully cultivated in Florida, Louisiana and California. Unlike most citrus fruits, Kumquats can be eaten whole, without peeling – the rind is sweet compared to the more sour and slightly salty pulp, a fact that according to Kumquat aficionados creates an enjoyable contrast in…

A rice noodle roll (also translated as steamed rice roll) is a Cantonese dish from southern China and Hong Kong, commonly served as a variety of dim sum.

A rice noodle roll (also translated as steamed rice roll) is a Cantonese dish from southern China and Hong Kong, commonly served as a variety of dim sum.

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The guan (管 -literally "pipe" or "tube") where northern China version is called guanzi (管子) or bili (篳篥) and the Cantonese version is called houguan (喉管).  It is classified as a bamboo instrument in the Ba Yin (ancient Chinese instrument classification) system. The guan is a Chinese double reed wind instrument. Unlike instruments in the shawm family, such as the Western oboe or Chinese suona, the guan has a cylindrical bore, giving it a clarinet-like tone.

The guan (管 -literally "pipe" or "tube") where northern China version is called guanzi (管子) or bili (篳篥) and the Cantonese version is called houguan (喉管). It is classified as a bamboo instrument in the Ba Yin (ancient Chinese instrument classification) system. The guan is a Chinese double reed wind instrument. Unlike instruments in the shawm family, such as the Western oboe or Chinese suona, the guan has a cylindrical bore, giving it a clarinet-like tone.

Guangzhou    China's third largest city is a hive of business activity. People from around the world flock here to do deals but visitors will also find plenty of old Chinese character beneath the glitz and glass of consumerism. And then there's that incredible Cantonese food - perhaps the reason why there's more restaurants per capita here than any other city in China.  http://affluent.co.uk

Guangzhou China's third largest city is a hive of business activity. People from around the world flock here to do deals but visitors will also find plenty of old Chinese character beneath the glitz and glass of consumerism. And then there's that incredible Cantonese food - perhaps the reason why there's more restaurants per capita here than any other city in China. http://affluent.co.uk

Spooky Halloween Cocktails at Royal China Canary Wharf

Spooky Halloween Cocktails at Royal China Canary Wharf

Description: A Pair Of Cantonese Porcelain Vases These Vase were made in China during the middle part of the C19th with the style of famille rose decoration associated with Canton.  Your item’s measurements: Height: 20,5 cm  Item Date: Mid 19th Century

Description: A Pair Of Cantonese Porcelain Vases These Vase were made in China during the middle part of the C19th with the style of famille rose decoration associated with Canton. Your item’s measurements: Height: 20,5 cm Item Date: Mid 19th Century

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