“Multilingual Staff” in Changsha South Railway Station
Nakashima Mika, a mixed-race – half Chinese and half Japanese, has worked in the Changsha South Railway Station for three years. She is a “multilingual staff” of the station, proficient in Chinese, English, Japanese, and Korean.
How Do Yangnüxu (Foreign Sons-in-law) Celebrate Chinese Spring Festival?
Recently, more and more foreigners have come to Changsha. Some settle in and love to spend Spring Festival here. Here some yangnüxus (foreign sons-in-law) share their impressions of the festival.
International Students at Temple Fair
The Changsha Fire Palace Temple Fair 2019 opened on January 29. A Central South University (CSU) international student dragon dance troupe performed at the fair, to pray for peace and blessing.
Foreign Tourists Write Spring Festival Couplets on a Glass Bridge
On January 29, the glass bridge over Shiyan Lake in Changsha was decorated with Spring Festival couplets, attracting many foreign tourists.
Preliminary Eve Celebrations on a Train
January 28 is northern areas’ Preliminary Eve (小年, or Little New Year), the 23rd day of the 12th month in the Chinese lunar calendar.
Foreign Volunteers at Changsha South Railway Station
As the Spring Festival Travel rush starts, volunteers are busy offering help to passengers at the Changsha South Railway Station. Among them, there are a group of foreign volunteers.