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My family will take a sightseeing  to Dalian, liaoning province next week.
Any tips?



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This post was edited by tailorsas at 2017-8-12 11:33

Do you have enough time to pick up Dalian accent?
I forgot how to forget.

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tailorsas Post time: 2017-8-12 11:14
Do you have enough time to pick up Dalian accent?

No.

Time is so pricy, u know.

What's yr impression about it

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Post time 2017-8-12 13:06:17 |Display all floors
snowipine Post time: 2017-8-12 12:47
No.

Time is so pricy, u know.

Kind of strange, they will describe something yummy as "shou", which sounds almost the same to "shou", which means in Chinese is "瘦". It's a confusing moment when Dalian people describe meat as "shou", what they really mean is good, but you probably think that they are talking about lean meat.

Another one is "dai", they would say "let's dai something", that means "let's go out and eat something".So "dai" means "eat".

And there could be more funny words like this.
I forgot how to forget.

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tailorsas Post time: 2017-8-12 13:06
Kind of strange, they will describe something yummy as "shou", which sounds almost the same to "sh ...

I guess "shou" means XIU or 秀; first time to know the saying...


The word "DAI" maybe something with our "Dei",? example: Dei wan'er noodle, rice or rice noodl? Dei bei water, beverage or beer? ...

Dei bei tea for this cumbersome Saturday chitchat?

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tailorsas Post time: 2017-8-12 13:06
Kind of strange, they will describe something yummy as "shou", which sounds almost the same to "sh ...

I guess "shou" means XIU or 秀; first time to know the saying...


The word "DAI" maybe something with our "Dei",? example: Dei wan'er noodle, rice or rice noodl? Dei bei water, beverage or beer? ...

Dei bei tea for this cumbersome Saturday chitchat?

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Post time 2017-8-12 13:29:44 |Display all floors
I would like to Dei " DAI" some local street snacks and photos when i get there.

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