Chinese Fruit List

    chinese

  • Of or relating to China or its language, culture, or people
  • any of the Sino-Tibetan languages spoken in China; regarded as dialects of a single language (even though they are mutually unintelligible) because they share an ideographic writing system
  • Taiwanese: of or relating to or characteristic of the island republic on Taiwan or its residents or their language; “the Taiwanese capital is Taipeh”
  • Belonging to or relating to the people forming the dominant ethnic group of China and widely dispersed elsewhere
  • of or pertaining to China or its peoples or cultures; “Chinese food”

    fruit

  • The result or reward of work or activity
  • yield: an amount of a product
  • The seed-bearing structure of a plant, e.g., an acorn
  • cause to bear fruit
  • The sweet and fleshy product of a tree or other plant that contains seed and can be eaten as food
  • the ripened reproductive body of a seed plant

    list

  • A number of connected items or names written or printed consecutively, typically one below the other
  • give or make a list of; name individually; give the names of; “List the states west of the Mississippi”
  • include in a list; “Am I listed in your register?”
  • A formal structure analogous to a list by which items of data can be stored or processed in a definite order
  • a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
  • A set of items considered as being in the same category or having a particular order of priority

chinese fruit list

chinese fruit list – Photo Slide

Photo Slide Negative Films Scanner for iPhone 4 / 4S / 5
Photo Slide Negative Films Scanner for iPhone 4 / 4S / 5
Specifications:
Function
Film / Photo Scanner
Focus range
Fixed focus
Scan method
Single pass
Button
Power
Film type 35mm Film, Monochrome, Slide
Light source
White LED
File format
Picture: JPEG
Power supply
4*AA Batteries (not included)
Support language
Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Korean
Other
Cooperate with special free APP scanning software
How to use:
First, download and install the Free software “Scan Photo” onto your iPhone before using the scanner.
(After installation, if you can’t find the “Scan Photo” icon, please restart your iPhone.)
Second, install 4 * AA batteries to the scanner.
Third, insert the holder to the scanner.
Last, putting your iPhone into the top of the scanner, and press the power button, and then it can scan pictures through the iPhone camera by clicking the “Scan Photo”.

Note:
When use this scanner, please place the positive / negative/ photo into the right holder.
When insert the holder into the scannner, please ensure that the unused holder has been taken out of the scanner (because it can’t scan photos and films at the same time).
When scan image please smooth the photo and adjust the holder to ensure that the picture apear in camera vision.
Please use standard size films and photos.

Package List:
1 * Scanner
1 * Negative Holder
1 * Slide Holder
1 * Photo Holder?3.5*5″, 4*6″, 5*7″?Business card 4 in 1?
2 * Buckles
1 * User Manual

TCM Herbs Chart 3

TCM Herbs Chart 3
The herbal tradition of China is valued scientifically, as well as being a fascinating and popular tradition. Scientists working in China and Japan during the past four decades have demonstrated that the herb materials contain active components that can explain many of their claimed actions. Modern drugs have been developed from the herbs, such as treatments for asthma and hay fever from Chinese ephedra, hepatitis remedies from schizandra fruits and licorice roots, and a number of anticancer agents from trees and shrubs. Several popular formulations produced in China, called "patent medicines," are relied upon daily by millions of Chinese (in China and abroad), such as the Bupleurum Sedative Pills and Women’s Precious Pills that invigorate the energy, nourish the blood, calm tension, and regulate menstruation, and Yin Chiao Jie Du Pian, which is a reliable treatment for the early stages of common cold, sore throat, and influenza.

More than three hundred herbs that are commonly used today have a history of use that goes back at least 2,000 years. Over that time, a vast amount of experience has been gained that has gone towards perfecting their clinical applications. According to Chinese clinical studies, these herbs, and others that have been added to the list of useful items over the centuries, can greatly increase the effectiveness of modern drug treatments, reduce their side-effects, and sometimes replace them completely.

In China, the two most common methods of applying herb therapies are to make a decoction (a strong tea that must be simmered for about an hour or more) and to make large honey-bound pills. Both of these forms meet with considerable resistance in Western countries. The teas are deemed too time-consuming, smelly, and awful-tasting to justify their use, and the honey pills (boluses) are sticky, difficult to chew, and bad tasting. Thus, modern forms that are more acceptable have been developed for most applications.

fish paste Vietnamese

fish paste Vietnamese
This is the raw material for making fish cakes and quinelles. Usually made with fresh water fish. Indgredients listed are: lady fish meat, corn starch, water, salt, sugar, msg, sesame oil

chinese fruit list

Oriental Vegetables: The Complete Guide for the Gardening Cook
Increasingly, chefs today both professional and amateur are emphasizing fresh, seasonal ingredients, locally and organically grown. Now, in the revised edition of the book Alice Waters of Chez Panisse called indispensable, Joy Larcom presents abundant information about crops that are full of flavor, highly nutritious and easy to grow. She describes over seventy exotic vegetables that can be cultivated regardless of climate, soil type or garden size. Here are hardy leafy mustards, komatsuna, Chinese yams and cabbage, lablab beans, pak choi, the climbing spinach basella, gourds, luffas and many more. For this edition, Larkcom has added new varieties and taken out those which are no longer available. She’s updated information on such topics as pest and disease control; and added to the section that offers over 50 recipes for making delicious salads (Chinese Hot Salad), salad dressings (Lemon and Green Onion Dressing), soups (Basic Western Style Greens Soup), pickles (Pickled Mushroom Stems), and other dishes using the vegetables featured in the first section (Azuki Bean Risotto with Watercress and Grilled Tofu, Creamy Artichoke Soup, Duck with Mustard Leaves and Pasta, etc.). The helpful appendices include a glossary of gardening terms, a season/month conversion chart, a growing information chart, plant names, gardening organizations and seed suppliers in the U.S.