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本帖最后由 jmmom 于 2010-1-14 13:48 编辑

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Smart Travels是一档旅游栏目,主持人Rudy Maxa凭借他多年主持旅游节目的经验,为人们提供了许多有益的旅游经验,帮助旅游爱好者制定最佳旅游计划,使每次旅游都成为毕生难忘的经历。Rudy的目标是帮助忙碌的都市人打造既省钱又省时的旅游体验,使旅游悠然又难忘。




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Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond buying life’s necessities. It’s a recreational and social activity. So unless you are a committed non-shopper, best to leave a little extra packing room in the suitcase.

So, apart from shopping, what’s Hong Kong’s most popular pastime? Well, I’d put my money on horseracing. Here, betting on the ponies isn’t just a sport. It’s a passion.

Millions of people follow these events and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here at the Happy Valley track more than 150 years ago. And the track even remained open during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1940s. Until recently, horseracing was the only legal form of gambling in Hong Kong. And with an annual turnover equivalent to more than a billion US dollars, the Sport of Kings definitely reigns.

The Hong Kong Tourist Board’s “Cultural Kaleidoscope” program makes it really easy to get a crash course in Chinese culture. Everyday you can take a different workshop on important traditions that will help you more fully appreciate your visit here.

And best of all, the classes are free. For example, one day, you can learn how to do Tai Chi.

(Next pattern, turning and looking at the moon. About 45 degrees to your left and right side. Let your palms face each other.) 

Another day you can take a class in the ancient design method of feng shui. 

(Good morning, everybody, and welcome to Hong Kong, and welcome to our feng shui class this morning.)

Literally translated as wind water, feng shui describes how homes and workspaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.



Edited by Julie

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本帖最后由 一点水 于 2009-11-20 09:07 编辑

homework
Shopping in Hong Kong seems far beyond life and necessities. It’s a recreational and social activity. So unless you are a committed * shopper, best leave a extra package suitcase.
-So apart from shopping what’s Hong Kong’s most popular past time? * money and horse racing. Here betting in the pony isn’t just a sport, it’s a passion.
Millions of people follow these bets and the average bet turn over per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here the Happy Volley track more than 150 years ago. And the track even remains during the Japanese occupation of the city in 1940s. Until recently the horse racing was the only legal form of gambling in Hong Kong. And the annual turnover more than a billion US dollars, the sport of kings definitely wins.
The Hong Kong * cultural collide * program makes it really easy to get a crash course in Chinese culture. Everyday you take a different workshop and important traditions that help you fully appreciate your visit here.
And best of all, the classes are free. For example, one day, you can learn How to do Taiji.
-Touching, turning and looking at the moon. Above * and reside. * Face each other.
Another day you can take a class in the ancient design method of fengshui .
Good morning, everybody. And welcome to Hong Kong, and welcome to our fengshui class this morning.
Literally translated as wind water, fengshui describe how homes and workspaces can be design to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.
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Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond vying life necessities. It’s a recreational and social activity. So unless you’re committed non-shopper, best to leave a little extra packing in the suitcase.
So apart from shopping, what’s Hong Kong’s most popular pastime? Well, I put my money on horse racing. Here betting on the ponies is an interesting sport. It’s a passion.
Millions of people follow these advants and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here the Happy Valley Track more than 150 years ago and the track even remained open during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1940s. Until recently horse racing was the only legal form of gambling in Hong Kong and with an annual turnover equivalent to more than a billion US dollars the sport of kain definite wins.
The Hong Kong Tourist Board’s culture kaleidoscope program makes it really easy to get a crash course in Chinese culture. Everyday you can take a different workshop on an important traditions that will help you more fully appreciate your visit here.
And best of all the classes are free. For example, one day you can learn how to do Tai Chi.
Next pattern, turning and knocking at the moon, about 45 degrees back to your left and wayside. Make your palm face each other.
Another day you can take a class in the ancient design method of Feng Shui.
Good morning, everybody. And welcome to Hong Kong and welcome to our Feng Shui class this morning.
Literally translated as Wind Water, Feng Shui describes how homes and workspaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.
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  • Julie_R

实现无障碍英语沟通
On 一点水

Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond life and necessities. It’s a recreational and social activity. So unless you are a committed non-shopper, best to leave a little extra packing room in your suitcase.

So apart from shopping, what’s Hong Kong’s most popular past time? I’d put my money on horse racing. Here betting on the pony isn’t just a sport, it’s a passion.


Millions of people follow these events and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here at the Happy Valley track more than 150 years ago. And the track even remained opened during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1940s. Until recently, horse racing was the only legal form of gambling in Hong Kong. And with an annual turnover equivalent to more than a billion US dollars, the sport of Kings definitely reigns.


The Hong Kong Tourist Board’s “Cultural Kaleidoscope” program makes it really easy to get a crash course in Chinese culture. Everyday you can take a different workshop on important traditions that will help you more fully appreciate your visit here.


And best of all, the classes are free. For example, one day you can learn how to do Tai Chi.
“Needs touching, turning and looking at the moon. About 45 degrees back to your leg at right side. Let your palms face each other.


Another day you can take a class in the ancient design method of fengshui.
Good morning, everybody. And welcome to Hong Kong, and welcome to our fengshui class this morning.Literally translated as wind water, fengshui describes how homes and workspaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.
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  • Julie_R

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本帖最后由 Julie_R 于 2009-11-20 11:57 编辑

貌似慢了一点,偶帮你改成homework吧:)  —— Julie_R

homework


Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond vying life and necessities. It’s a recreational and social activity. So unless you are a committed non-shopper, best to leave a little extra packing room in your suitcase.

So apart from
the shopping, what’s Hong Kong’s most popular past time? I’d put my money on horse racing. Here betting on the pony isn’t just a sport, it’s a passion.

Millions of people follow these events and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here at the Happy Valley track more than 150 years ago. And the track even remained opened during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1940s. Until recently, horse racing was the only legal form of gambling in Hong Kong. And with an annual turnover equivalent to more than a billion US dollars, the sport of Kings definitely reigns.

The Hong Kong Tourist Board’s “Cultural Kaleidoscope” program makes it really easy to get a crash course in Chinese culture. Everyday you can take a different workshop on important traditions that will help you more fully appreciate your visit here.

And best of all, the classes are free. For example, one day you can learn how to do Tai Chi.
Next touching, turning and looking at the moon. About 45 degrees back to your leg at right side. Let your palms face each other.”


Another day you can take a class in the ancient design method of fengshui.
“Good morning, everybody. And welcome to Hong Kong, and welcome to our fengshui class this morning.” Literally translated as “wind water”, fengshui describes how homes and workspaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.
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  • Julie_R

切磋技艺,共同进步。
hw



Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond buying life necessities.It's a recreational and social activity.So unless you're a committed non-shopper,best to leave a little extra happiness in the suitcase.

So apart from shopping,what's Hong Kong's the most popular pastime? I'd put my money on horse racing.Here betting on pony isn't an interesting sport,it's passion.

Millions of people follow these events and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world.The first race was held here at happy valley track more than 150 years ago.And the track even remained open during the Japanese occupation of the city in 1940s.Until recently horse racing was the only legal form again in Hong Kong.And with annual turnover equivalent to more than 1 billion US dollars,the sport of Kings definitely runs.

The Hong Kong Tourist Board's "Cultural Kaleidoscope Program" makes it really easy to get crush course on Chinese culture.Everyday you can take different workshop by important traditions that will help you more fully appreciate your visit here.

Best of all, the classes are free,for example,one day you can learn how to do Tai Chi.

Needs touching,turning and looking at the moon about 45 degrees back to your leg at right side,and palms face each other.

Another day you can take class in the ancient design method --- Feng Shui

Good morning everybody,welcome to HongKong,and welcome to our Fengshui class this morning.

Literally translated as Wind Water,Feng Shui describes the home and work spaces can be designed to achieve harmony with spirit of nature.
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  • Julie_R

Homework
Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond vying life and necessities. It’s a recreational and social activity. So unless you are a committed non-shopper, best to leave a little extra packing in your suitcase.

So apart from shopping, what’s Hong Kong’s most popular pastime? Well, I put my money in horse racing. Here betting on the ponies is an interesting sport, it’s a passion.

Millions of people follow these advents, and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here the Happy Valley Track more than one hundred and fifty years ago. And the track even was remained open during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1940s. Until recently horse racing was the only legal form of gambling in Hong Kong. And it was annual turnover equivalent to more than a billion US dollars, the sport of kains definitely wins.

The Hong Kong Tourist Board’s culture kaleidoscope program makes it really easy to get a crash course in Chinese culture. Everyday, you can take a different workshop on an important traditions little help you more fully appreciate your visit here.

And best of all, the classes are free. For example, one day you can learn how to do Tai Chi.

“Next pattern, turning and knocking at the moon, about 45 degrees back to your left and right side, made your palms face each other.”

Another day you can take a class in the ancient design method of Feng Shui.

“Good morning, everybody, welcome to Hong Kong and welcome to our Feng Shui class this morning.”

Literally translated as Wind Water, Feng Shui describes our homes and workspaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.
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  • Julie_R

实现无障碍英语沟通

[Homework]2009-11-20 Smart Travels 香港篇—4

Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond vying life and neccecities.It's a recreation and social activity.
So unless you are a committed non-shopper,best leave a little extra packing in your suit case.
So aparting from shopping, what's Hong Kong's most popular past time? I'd like put my money in horse racing. Here betting in the ponies isn't just a sport, it's passion.
Millions of people follow these events, and the average betting turned over per race is the highest in the world.The first race was held here in the Happy Valley track more than 150 years ago. And the track remained open during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1940s.Until resently, horse racing is the only legal form of gambling in Hong Kong. And was the annual turned over equivalent to more than a billion US dollars, the sport of kings definitly reigns.
The Hong Kong tourist sport's cultral polite scope program is a really easy to get crash course into Chinese cultrue. Everyday you take can a different work shop and important traditions that help you more fully appreciate the visit here. And best of all, all the classes are free. For example, one day you can learn how to do Tai Chi.
Next pattern, turning and looking at the moon,about 45 degree's far to your left and wayside,make your palm face each other.
Another day you can take a class in the intra design method of Feng Shui.
Good morning, every body,welcome to Hong Kong and welcome to our Feng Shui class this morning.
Literally translated as wind water, Feng Shui describes how homes and workspaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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  • Julie_R

普特听力大课堂
homework
Shopping in HongKong extends far beyond life and necessities. It is an recreational and social activity. So unless you are a committed non-shopper, better to live a little extra packing in suitcase. So apart from shopping, what’s the HongKong’s most popular pastime? Put my money in horse racing. Here is .. sport, is a passion. Millions of people follow this event and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race is held here , the .., more than 150 years ago. And .. remain open during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1960th . until recently, horse racing is the only legal gambling in HongKong. And with an annual turnover equivalent to more than a billion US dollars, the sport of kings definitely win.
The HongKong tourist .. culture xx program makes it really easy to get crash course in Chinese culture. Everyday you can take a different workshop on important traditions, a little more fully appreciate your visit here. And best of all, the classes are free. For example, one day, you can learn how to do taiqi. Another day, you can take a class in ancient design of xx.
Good morning, welcome to HongKong, and welcome to fengshui class this morning. Literally it is translated as wind water, .. to describe how homes and work spaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the sprits of nature.
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  • Julie_R

好栏目推荐之美国口语俚语
hw
Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond vying life necessities. It’s a recreational and social activity. So unless you’re committed non-shopper, best to leave a little extra packing in the suitcase.
So apart from shopping, what’s Hong Kong’s most popular pastime? *my money on horse racing. Here betting on a pony is an interests sport. It’s a passion.
Millions of people follow these events and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here, the Happy Valley Track ,more than 150 years ago and the track  remained open during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1940s. Until recently horse racing was the only legal form of gambling in Hong Kong and with an annual turnover * to more than a billion US dollars the sport of kain definite wins.
The Hong Kong Tourist Board’s culture kaleidoscope program makes it really easy to get a crash course in Chinese culture. Everyday you can take a different workshop on important traditions that will help you more fully appreciate your visit here.
And best of all, the classes are free. For example, one day you can learn how to do Tai Chi.
Next pattern, turning and looking at the moon, about 45 degrees back to your left and wayside. Make your palm face each other.
Another day you can take a class in the ancients designed method of Feng Shui.
Good morning, everybody. And welcome to Hong Kong and welcome to our Feng Shui class this morning.
Literally translated it as Wind Water, Feng Shui describes how homes and workspaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.
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  • Julie_R

HOMEWORK~~


Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond vying life and necessities. It’s a recreational and social activity. So unless you are a committed non-shopper, best to leave a little extra packing room in your suitcase.

So apart from shopping, what’s Hong Kong’s most popular past time? I’d put my money on horse racing. Here betting on the ponies isn’t just a sport, it’s a passion.

Millions of people follow these events and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here at the Happy Valley track more than 150 years ago. And the track even remained open during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1940s. Until recently, horse racing was the only legal form of gambling in Hong Kong. And with an annual turnover equivalent to more than a billion us dollars, the sport of kings definitely reigns.

The Hong Kong Tourist Board’s “Cultural Kaleidoscope” program makes it really easy to get crash course in Chinese culture. Everyday you can take a different workshop on important traditions. They will help you more fully appreciate your visit here. And best of all, the classes are free. For example, one day you can learn how to do Tai Chi.

“Next touching, turning and looking at the move, about 45 degrees back to your left and right side, let your palm face each other.”

Another day you can take a class in the ancient design method of Feng Shui.

“Good morning, everybody. Welcome to Hong Kong, and welcome to our Feng Shui class. It’s morning.”

Literally translated as Wind-Water, Feng shui way describes how homes and workspaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.
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  • Julie_R

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Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond buying life necessities. It’s a recreational and social activity. So unless you are a committed non-shopper, best to leave a little extra packing room in your suitcase.
So apart from shopping, what’s Hong Kong’s most popular pastime? Well, I put my money on horse racing. Here betting on the pony isn’t just a sport, it’s a passion.
Millions of people follow these events and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here at the Happy Valley track more than 150 years ago. And the track even remained open during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1940s. Until recently, horse racing was the only legal form of gambling in Hong Kong. And with an annual turnover equivalent to more than a billion US dollars, the sport of Kings definitely reigns.
The Hong Kong Tourist Board’s “Cultural Kaleidoscope” program makes it really easy to get a crash course in Chinese culture. Everyday you can take a different workshop on important traditions that will help you more fully appreciate your visit here.
And best of all, the classes are free. For example, one day you can learn how to do Tai Chi.
“Needs touching, turning and looking at the moon. About 45 degrees back to your leg at right side. Let your palms face each other.”

Another day you can take a class in the ancient design method of fengshui.
“Good morning, everybody. And welcome to Hong Kong, and welcome to our fengshui class this morning.” Literally translated as “wind water”, fengshui describes how homes and workspaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.
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[Homework]2009-11-20 Smart Travels 香港篇—4

本帖最后由 danana 于 2009-11-23 23:59 编辑

Shopping in HK extends far beyond buying life necessities. It's a recreational and social activity. So unlesss you're a committed non-shopper, best leave a little extra packing room in your suitcase.
So, apart from shopping, what's Hong Kong's most popular pasttime? Well I put my money at a horse racing. Here, betting on the ponies isn't just a sport, it's a passion. Millions of people follow this event and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here in the Happy Valley Track more than 150 years ago. And the track even remained open during the Japanese occupation of the city in the 1940s. Until recently, horse racing was the only legal form of gambling in HK. And with an annual turnover equivalent to more than a billion USD, the sport of kings definitely reigns.
The HK Tourist Board's Cultural Kaleidescope Program makes it easy to get a crash course in Chinese culture. Every day, you could take a different workshop on important traditions that will help you fully appreciate your visit here. And best of all, the classes are free. For example, one day you could learn how to do TaiJi.
Knees hunching, turning and looking at the moon, about 45 degrees back to your leg at right side. Let your palms face each other.
Another day, you can take a class in the ancient design method of Fengshui. Good morning, everybody. Welcome to HK and welcome to our Feng Shui class this morning.  Literally translated as Wind Water, Feng Shui describes how homes and work spaces can be designed to achieve harmony with the spirits of nature.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2009-11-20 Smart Travels 香港篇—4

Homework
Shopping in HongKong extends far be a enviro-like necessities. It is a racreational and social activity. So unless you are a committed non-shopper, let's leave a little expert packet on the suitcase.So apart from shopping, what is Hongkong's most popular pastime, where I will put my money of course rising. Here betting at Bonny's interest sport is a passion. Millions of people follow this obsess and the average betting turnover per race is the highest in the world. The first race was held here the happy valley's trap, more than one hundred years ago and the trap even was name at the open during the Japanese occupation of city at 1940s. Until recently, the horse racing was the only legal form of game in Hongkong. And with an annual turnover,a equivalent the more than a billion U.S dollars, the sport of kings definitely reins. The Hongkong towards world culture politest scope programme it is really easy to get a crush force in chinese culture and every day you take a different work shot by important traditions. they will help you more f appreciate the visit here, and the best of all the class are free.For example, one day you can learn how to do taichi.Next pattern turning and knocking at the moon, above several degrees back to your leg and waist tie. let your pang face each other. Another day you can take a class and entry design of FengSui.Good morning, everybody, and welcome to Hongkong and welcome to our FengSui class this morning. Literally translate this is wind-water. Fengsui describes how home and work spaces can be designed which is in harmony with the spirit of nature.



This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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Shopping in Hong Kong extends far beyond buy life's necessities.It's a recreational and social activity.So unless you are a committed non-shopper.Best to leave a little extra packing room in your suitcase.

So apart from shopping What's Hong Kong's most popular pastime.Well,I will put my money on horserace.Here betting on the ponies is not just a sport it's a passion.Millions of people follow this bets and the everage betting turnover per race is the hightest in the world.The first race was held here the "heleadscoper track"more than 1500 years ago.And the tracking moving open during the Japaniese opccucation of the city in 1940s.Until recently horceracing is the only ligel form game in Hong Kong.And with the annual turnover equipment with a billion us dollars  the sport of kings is definitely rise.

The Hong Kong tourist boards contral polit programm is a really easy to get crash course in Chinese culture.Everyday you take a different workshop and the board traditions it will help you more fully appreciate your visit here.

And vestable the class was free.For exemple,One day you can learn how to do Tai Chi.(Next pattern,turning and knocking other moon ,about 45 degree fatlab way side,Let your palm face each other).

Another day you can take a class in anchiant design mathord feng shui.(Good morning Everybody,welcome to Hong Kong and welcome to our feng shui class its morning).

Literlly translate that is rain water feng shui describs how homes and work spaces can be designed which is homony with the spritual of nature.
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