寿宁路的马路不长，不过两三百米，是方圆百里闻名的“龙虾一条街”。寿宁路上的龙虾店一律都挂“香巴岛”的牌子，小小的一条马路两旁挤着十来家小龙虾店，据说无论哪种味道的小龙虾都能在那里买到。寿宁路俨然是名副其实的“香辣小龙虾”会聚地，小店铺一间挨着一间，而且都叫音同字不同的“香吧岛”、“乡巴岛”等，光看看就觉得热火朝天。 延吉路夜排档 那里有一家夜排挡开在延吉路华联超市门口，是家夫妻店，开了很多年了。他家最好吃的是蛋炒饭，夜宵时填饱肚子，是比较实惠的。住在附近的白领晚上下班回家路过那里，总会去买一份夜宵带回家吃。
Character and personality of writers
Those whose handwriting slants to right are most likely to be creative, have special ways of analyses and extra-sensory ability; Those with much slanted handwriting style tend to be cunning and crafty. Those whose handwriting left-slanting are often curious, extroverted and warm-hearted. If a man’s handwriting is very much left-leaning, he may turn very jealous and cruel.
A man of curvilinear handwriting style tends to be reserved, quiet, unaffected in manners and impartial in views.
Those who write square Chinese characters are more often than not active and full of curiosity, but they are most likely to be hot-tempered.
heavy strokes and big size
Those who write big words with heavy strokes are usually witty, humorous, eye-catching, confident, active and adventurous. But if a man always writes very big characters, he tends to be dreamy, vain, imaginative and unrealistic.
light, fine strokes and small size
Those who write small words with light and fine strokes tend to be careful, devoted and single-minded. They are good at accounts and statistics. They are sensible and rational but often narrow-minded and lack confidence.
simple and straight
Those who write simple and straight words are often honest, fair-minded, and upright. They often make good friends but they are reserved and quiet in most cases.
erratic and weird
Those whose handwriting is erratic and weird are willful attention-seekers.
hasty and careless
A man of a hasty and careless handwriting style is often good at logics and extrasensory.
flimsy and wobbly
Those whose handwriting is flimsy and wobbly tend to be introverted, bookish and withdrawn. They are humble, good-natures and dependent, often without the daring drive.
neat and tight
A man of neat and tight handwriting style is usually quiet , eccentric and idiosyncratic.
loose and shaky
Those whose handwriting is loose and shaky are relatively honest, obedient, passionate and even charismatic. But they sometimes are hesitant, less confident, evasive and capricious.
Upward slanting row
A man with upward slanting handwriting rows is cheerful, optimistic and enterprising. On the other hand, they are ambitious, insatiable, gluttonous and mean.
downward slanting row
A man with downward slanting handwriting rows is introverted, unsociable, pessimistic and passive.
flat and straight row
A man whose handwriting rows are flat and straight is blithe, frank, cheerful, cautious and non-adventurous. He is upright and virtuous. However, he may also be very stubborn.
narrow row spacing
Those whose handwriting rows have narrow spaces are law-abiding, cautious and intelligible. They have team spirit and sense of responsibility. They are rigid with rules, tenacious and even suspicious.
wide row spacing
Those whose handwriting rows have wide spaces are easy-going and generous. They are romantic, observant, systematic and enterprising. But they tend to be vain, irrational, and sometimes unable to grab opportunities when they arise.
big right margin
Those who leave big right margins are extroverted, frank, active, composed, easy-going but not independent.
small right margin
Those who leave small right margins are introverted, quiet, meditative, emotional, stern, suspicious, gullible, independent and indifferent.
big left margin
Those who leave big left margins are civil, peaceful and reposeful.
small left margin
Those who leave small left margins are depressed and pessimistic.
holding upper part of the fountain pen
Those who tend to hold the upper part of the fountain pen are more often than not apprehensible and intelligible.
holding lower part of the fountain pen
Those who tend to hold the lower part of the fountain pen are often earnest and easy-going.
holding the middle part of the fountain pen
Those who tend to hold the middle part of the fountain pen are resilient, supple and energetic.
Those who tend to write with heavy strokes are self-centered, subjective, willful and arrogant. They have high self-esteem and cannot afford to lose.
Those who tend to write with light strokes are dependent, humble, flexible and tactless. They often lack confidence.
Those who tend to write fast are quick-witted, sharp, perceptive, responsive, smart, hot-tempered and swift.
Those who tend to write slowly are calm, good-natured, gentle, urbane, impressive but indecisive.
中国菜的分类 Classifications of Chinese Cuisine
1. 八大菜系 Eight Famous Cuisines
1.1. 鲁菜 Lu Cuisine (Shandong Cuisine)
1.2. 川菜 Chuan Cuisine (Sichuan Cuisine)
1.3. 粤菜 Yue Cuisine (Guangdong Cuisine)
1.4. 闽菜 Min Cuisine (Fujian Cuisine)
1.5. 苏菜 Su Cuisine (Jiangsu Cuisine)
1.6. 浙菜 Zhe Cuisine (Zhejiang Cuisine)
1.7. 湘菜 Xiang Cuisine (Hunan Cuisine)
1.8. 徽菜 Hui Cuisine (Anhui Cuisine)
2. 菜品分类 Types of Courses
2.1. 凉菜类 Cold Dishes
2.2. 热菜类 Hot Dishes
2.3. 汤羹粥煲类 Soups, Congees and Casseroles
2.4. 主食和小吃 Main Food and Snacks
西餐 Western Cuisine
一、开胃菜（头盘及沙拉类）Appetizers and Salads
四、主菜 Main Courses
五、配菜 Side Dishes
一、酒精类饮品 Alcoholic Beverages
1. 国酒 Chinese Wines
2. 洋酒 Imported Wines
2.1. 白兰地与威士忌 Brandy and Whisky
2.2. 金酒与朗姆酒 Gin and Rum
2.3. 伏特加与龙舌兰 Vodka and Tequila
2.4. 利口酒和开胃酒 Liqueurs and Aperitifs
2.5. 红酒 Red Wine
三、中国饮品文化 Chinese Drinking Culture
1. 中国茶文化 Chinese Tea Culture
2. 中国酒文化 Chinese Wine Culture
九． 最土的汉字“垚” 这个字读“尧”，形容山高。并不是意外的巧合，在“金，木，水，火，土”这五行中，每个字都可以摆成品行结构，都能派生出一个截然不同的汉字。虽然是一副土头土脸的模样，但是核心是霄拔巍峨，直插云霄。
十． 最具力量的汉字“犇” 这个字读“奔”，也是“奔”的异体字。一头牛就力大无穷了，何况三头牛成队列一起前进，那力量不言而喻了。这个字实际是“奔跑，急匆匆”的意思。
Hengshan Road—the street of public house
It seems the Hengshan Road under the leafy chinars is the most classical public house street in Shanghai to say that Shanghai is the most distinctive public house city in China. The longest public house street in the locality includes the areas along the Hengshan Road, Urumqi Road and Dongping Road. When roaming along these streets you would be mesmerized by the twinkling neon all your ways.
The night on the Nanjng Road is beautiful and appealing.
The Nanjing Road is the most busiest and luxuriant commercial strip in Shanghai. Serriedly, the row upon row of thousands of stores line on both sides of the Nanjing Road where has practically concentrated the commercial quintessence of Shanghai, it is strictly worth the name of “shopper’s paradise”.
Most of the big stores on both sides of the East Nanjing Road centre about onTibet Road, such as Zhongbai Yidian, New World Commercial Building, Boutique World, Fashion Company, Food Company, Pharmaceutical Company, Huali Commercial Building, Oversea Chinese Store etc. There are also many well-known featured stores on the Nanjing Road, for instance Peloman, Hensen’s Suit, Peng Street, Hongxiang Ladies Apparel, Mankton, Renli Fashion, Long and Feng Traditional Chinese Clothes, Heming(The cranes screaming), Lan Tang, Bobu Leather Shoes, Shengxifu’s caps and Zhangxiaoquan’ s Cissors and the like. There are a whole passel of hotels, restaurants, confectionery stores on the Nanjing Road, which provide opportunities for the sight-seers from different parts of the world to enjoy the cates in different cuisines. The night on the Nanjng Road is beautiful and appealing, the technicolored neon decorate the whole street and give you a dazzling feel and make your eyes are always keeping occupied in the lights sea. At this present moment, your breath might be taken away in astonishment.
Cultural Stree, witnessed in Duolun Road, a very small street”.
Duolun Road (formerly named Doulean Road transliteration)is a small street in Shanghai, near the North Sichuan Road. It is stated that”a hundred years’ history of Shanghai, witnessed in Duolun Road, a very small street”. There weremany renowned Scholars and literary men lived in this small street in early 20 century. Such as,the literary giants, Luxun, Maodun, Guo mo-ruo and Ye sheng-tao etc. and the authors of “The Left-wing Authors Alien, for example, Ding Lin and Rou Shi, and their literary activities instituted this place— “a key position of modern literature”, in the meanwhile, it was endowed with “an open museum of Shanghai-style construction” by the far-famed Gongfei Café(relic) and Honde Hall, and the residences with various styles, for instance, Kong(xiang-xi) Residence, Bai(Chong-xi) Residence and Tang(En-bo) Residence. Above all, a strong flavor of culture has been formed in this street by famous men of letters such as, Qu Qiubai, Chen Wangdao, Zhao Shiyan and Uchiyama Kanzo(Japanese), and by the major cultural spots e.g. Jinyun Lane, Arts University of China, Arts Drama Troupe and many other residences of celebrities and many other lanes in old Shanghai fashion, whenever people who linger on this road to enjoy themselves so much as to forget to go home.
A chinar tree by the road is beginning to put out shoots.
Lovers Street-Tian Ai Road
The words “Tian” and “Ai” in Chinese meaning means “sweet” and”love”. Hearing this name you would see that it is a roaming road for the lovers, which near the Shanyin Road in Hongkou District. As a branch of the main road, the road is clear of traffic and its surface is not so wide. On both sides of the road, the tall chinars are flourishing and the old iron grilles are flecky ironmould. Under the cover of the old tendril climber plants, the hollowed-out grilles look like many green walls and screen pedestrian’s view. They will bring about you a sense of mystery when you wandering along this road. In the summer days, you can see many red flowers dotted on the green walls quiescent and relaxant. The Potpourri, the fragrance of leaves and the old breath attract many lovers. Rambling on this road, the lovers all wish their love just like the name of the road—-“sweet” and “love”.
The constructions on both sides of the Huaihai Road are modern and lordly and the upholsteries of the stores are noble and elegant.
As a tourism and shopping street Huaihai Road shares a good reputation with the Nanjing Road. Huaihai Road (formerly named Xiafei Road transliteration), total length is about 6 km, it can be on a par with Avenue des Champs-Elysées(Paris), the 5th Avenue (New York City), Ginza(Tokyo) and Orchard Road(Singapore).There are more than 400 serried modern stores in Huaihai Road, it’s most luxuriant and busy part is the shopping street (length 2.2km)from the Shaanxi ( a Province, capitol city is Xi’an) Road to the Tibet(A Chinese autonomous region since 1951, capital city is Lhasa) Road. The constructions on both sides of the Huaihai Road are modern and lordly and the upholsteries of the stores are noble and elegant. In this street, the constructions with the occident classic style, the Chinese classic style, the Continental fashion style and the cross-century metropolitan architectural style demonstrate different characteristics, and the strong leisured cultural aura of city is emitting whether in construction appearance or in their interior layout. The Huaihai Road has centralized the famous stores such as World Boutique, Printemps, Maisonmode and Huating Isetan.They display varieties of articles with world brand name in a lofty stance, which have made the shopping in Shanghai reach the world-class standard.
Nanxiang Xiaolongbao(small steamed meat bun).
Snack Street- Wujiang Road
Wujiang Road is a famous snack street in Shanghai, by the Nanjing Road. This street not only boasts a fine collection of the famous delicate snacks from Zhejiang province or Shanghai but many delicious foods from the other parts of this country. For example the traditional Shanghai snack foods, Shengjian (the fried steamed bread and steamed buns with stuffing), Guotie(fried dumpling; pot sticker), grilled foods, Hong Kong-style crystal cake, the Guangzhou-style congeeand noodles in Liyuan Restaurant are all very popular with Shanghai people. If you walk tired, you can sit down and rest your weary limbs in the MR COFFEE for a cup of coffee, or taste the beefsteak in the Chaoshou Western –style food Restaurant. It is really a good choice for you to visit here and enjoy the tastable foods.
A majority of the restaurants in Huanghe Road provide homely food.
Food Street-Huanghe Road
Huanghe (Yellow River) Road is located in the north side of the People’s Squareand near the Nanjing Road. To enter into the entrance of Huanghe Road, you would think that you are in a food supermarket because the tall and serried signboards are frequently beckoning you in. In this not-so-long Road which has assembled nearly a hundred different kinds of restaurants. Most of the restaurants specialize in Shanghai food or seafood. In addition, there are many Hong Kong tea and food restaurants have received favorable reports in this street, for example, the Xinwang Restaurants. A majority of the restaurants in Huanghe Road provide homely food, per capita consumption probably ranges in price from 40yuan (RMB) to 60yuan (RMB). Just like a proverb goes that “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”, so the foods here tickle the palate of Shanghai people, they are very popular. When business is good, the 6-story-high Lai Tian Hua Restaurant usually be full house, let alone the only one-story Restaurant. More heads, narrowish street and restaurants, room is so limited here that the restaurateurs compart their only one- story restaurants into two-story to make the utmost effective use of the restaurants room. Looking out of the windows, the second floors of the restaurants seem to hang low in the air. Probably, it is a distinguishing feature of the Shanghai lanes