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Tag Archives: Korean
我比較喜歡吃亞式蛋糕。美式蛋糕有時太甜，有時奶油太多。今年我特別找亞式蛋糕。Paris Baguette 是一間韓國法式麵包店。雖然食品是法式，可是口味是亞式。連蛋糕上的裝飾也是亞洲風格。吃了一口之後，就想起台灣的蛋糕。真好吃!
中興街 in 永和 (新北市) is a street that is known for stores selling goods imported from Korea. There were posters next to each store with a phrase in Korean and the translation in Chinese. 注音符號 was placed next to the … Continue reading
One day the word ichigo came to mind, but I could not figure out the meaning of the word. It means strawberry! Chinese: 草莓 [ㄘㄠˇㄇㄟˊ] Japanese: 苺 (イチゴ) (ichigo) Korean: 딸기 (ddalgi) French: une fraise Remember to visit my other … Continue reading
We’re back to the original format for “Word of the Week” posts. Once a week, I explore a word in different languages. The word for this week is firefly, the little insect that lights up. Chinese: 螢火蟲 [ㄧㄥˊ ㄏㄨㄛˇ ㄔㄨㄥˊ] … Continue reading
I often pass by So Gong Dong Tofu House, but had not given it a try until recently. I kept seeing the “Tofu House” sign. There is a good sized parking lot in front. From the outside, it looks like … Continue reading
The word 燥 (zao) means dry. It is commonly used with the character 乾 (gan), to form the word 乾燥, which also means dry or arid. In Japanese, 乾燥 is かんそう (kansou). In Korean, 燥 is 조 (jo).
Chinese: 夏天 (xia tian) Japanese: 夏 (なつ) (na tsu) Korean: 여름 (yeo reum) Credit: Free images from acobox.com
Chinese: 烏龜 (wu guai) Japanese: 亀 (かめ) (ka me) Korean: 거북 (keo buk)
Chinese: 貓 (mao) Japanese: 猫 (ねこ) (neko) Korean: 고양이 (go yang i) Credit: Free images from acobox.com
Chinese: 狗 (gou) Japanese: 犬 (いぬ) (inu) Korean: 개 (gae) Credit: Free images from acobox.com