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本帖最后由 jmmom 于 2010-1-14 13:42 编辑

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Tai O’s many small houses are built over the water on stilts. Along the banks of the canal, villagers clean fresh fish, and the fishermen still sundry their catch using traditional techniques.

Spreading out north of the Kowloon Peninsula, the area that connects Hong Kong to mainland China is known as the New Territories. There are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from. We’ll sample just a few of them. The new territories are a kind of living museum of Chinese heritage. In 1898, to create a buffer between themselves and the mainland, the British leased the area from china for a period of 99 years. As the expiration date of the lease neared, talks between the UK and the People’s Republic of China heated up. 

Britain agreed not only to return the New Territories to China, but also all of Hong Kong. Part of that agreement was that for 50 years, Hong Kong and its outlying areas would be considered a Special Administrative Region, and would be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.

Once rural and undeveloped, the New Territories are undergoing rapid change. But although enormous housing projects are springing up at a staggering rate, you can still find quiet villages that foster time-honored traditions.

The Chinese venerate their ancestors, and you’ll find ancestral halls throughout the area. This hall, near Hang Mei Village, belonged to the Tang clan, one of the five great clans of Hong Kong.

Migrating here from China’s north central plain, these clans dominated the region for hundreds of years. Even today their descendants wield political and economic clout.

This hall was built about 700 years ago and contains the soul tablets of clan members. Most Chinese believe that, in the afterlife, ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living descendants.


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本帖最后由 一点水 于 2009-12-2 09:42 编辑

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* many small houses build over the water on stills. Along the banks of Cano, villagers clean fresh fish and the fishermen still * their catch is in traditional techniques.
Spreading out north of the Kowloon peninsula, the area that connects Hong Kong to the mainland China is known as the new territories. There are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from, we’ll sample just a few of them. The new territories are kind of living museum of Chinese heritage. In 1898, create a buffer between themselves and the mainland, the British lease the area from China for a period of 99 years. As the expiration day of the lease neared, talks between the UK and People’s Republic of China heated up. Britain agree not only return the new territories to China, but also all of Hong Kong. Part of that agreement was that for 50 years Hong Kong and its outline areas would be considered a special administrative region, it will be allowed to continue operating under a free market system. Once rural and undeveloped the new territories are under going rapid change, but although enormous housing projects are springing up at a staggering rate, you can still find quiet villages that foster time-honored traditions. The Chinese venerate their ancestors and you’ll find ancestral halls throughout the area. This hall near the Hanmei village, belong to the Tang cline, one of the five great clines of Hong Kong. Migrating here from China’s north central plain, these clines dominated the region for hundreds of years, even today the senate will political and economical clot. This hall was built about seven hundred years ago and contains the soul templates of the cline members. Most Chinese believe that in the afterlife ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living decedents.
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Tai’s many small houses are built over the water on steels. Along the banks of canoe, villagers clean fresh fish. And fisherman still sundry their catch using traditional techniques.

Spreading out the north of Kowloon peninsula the areas that connects Hongkong to Mainland China is known as new territories. There are lots of fascinating historical sites to choose from. We will sample just a few of them. The new territories are kind of living museum of Chinese heritage. In 1898 created a buffer between themselves and the main land. The British leases the area from china for a period of 99 years. As the expiration date of lease year talks between UK and PRC heated up. Britain agreed not to only return the New territory to China but also all of Hongkong.

Part of that agreement was that for 50 years Hongkong and its outline areas will be considered a special administrated region and will be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.

Once rural and undeveloped, the New Territories are undergoing a rapid change. But although an enormous housing project is springing up at the staggering rate, you can still find quiet villages that forced their time on traditions.

The Chinese venerate their ancestors; you will find ancestor halls through out the area, this hall near Henmei Village belong to the Ten clan one of the five greatest clan of Hongkong.

Migrating here from China’s north center plain, these clans dominated the region for 100s of years. Even today their sentences are real political and economic clam.

This hall is built about 700 years ago contains the soul tablets of the clan members. Most Chinese believe that in the afterlife ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living decedents.
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[Homework]2009-12-02 Smart Travels 香港篇—9

本帖最后由 danana 于 2009-12-2 12:28 编辑

Taiyo's many small houses are built over the water on stilts. Along the banks of the canal, villagers clean fresh fish and fishermen still sun dry their catch using traditional techniques.
Spreading out north of the Kowloon Peninsula, the area that connects HK and mainland China is known as the New Territories. There're loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from. We'll sample just a few of them.
The New Territories are kind of a living museum of Chinese heritage. In 1895, to create a buffer between themselves and the mainland, the British leased the area from China for a period of 99 years.
As the expiration date of the lease neared, talks between the UK and the PRC heated up. Britain agreed not only to return the NT to China, but also all of HK. Part of that agreement was that for 50 years, HK and its outline areas would be considered a special adminstrative region and would be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.
Once rural and undeveloped, the NT are undergoing rapid change. But although enormous housing projects are springing up at a staggering rate, you can still find quiet villages that foster time-honored traditions.
The Chinese venerate their ancestors and you'll find ancestral halls throughout the area. This hall near Hanming village belongs to Tan clan, one of the five great clans of HK. Migrating here from China's north central plain, these clans dominated the region for hundreds of years. Even today their decendents weild political and economic clout. This hall was built about 700 years ago and contains the soul tablets of the clan members.
Most Chinese believe that in the after-life, ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living descendents.



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Tiles of many small houses are built over the water and stilts. Along the banks of the cannel villagers cleaned fresh fish and the fishermen still sun-dried their catch using traditional techniques. Spreading out north of the Kowloon Peninsula the area that connects Hong Kong to mainland China is known as the New Territories. There are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from who sample just a few of them. The New Territories are kind of living museum of Chinese heritage. In 1898 to create a buffer between them and the mainland, the British lease the area from China for a period of 99 years. As the expiration date of the lease neared, talk between the UK and the People’s Republic of China heated up.
Britain agreed not only to return the New Territories to China, but also all of Hong Kong. Part of that agreement was that for 50 years Hong Kong and its outline areas would be considered a Special Administrative Region and would be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.
Once rural and undeveloped the New Territories are undergoing rapid change. But although enormous housing projects are springing up the staggering rate, you can still find quiet villages that force your time on the traditions.
The Chinese venerate their ancestors and you’ll find ancestral halls throughout the area. This hall near Han Mei village belonged to the Tang clan one of the five great clans of Hong Kong. Migrating here from China’s north central plain, these clans dominated the region for hundreds of years. Even today their descendents wield political and economical clout. This hall was built about 700 years ago and contains the soul tablets of clan members. Most Chinese believe that in the afterlife ancestors have special powers they can influence the fate of living descendents.
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[Homework]2009-12-02 Smart Travels 香港篇—9

Homework
Tai O(大澳)’s many small houses are built over the water on stills. Along the banks of the canal, villagers clean fresh fish and the fishermen still * their catch using traditional techniques.

Spreading out north of the Kowloon Peninsula(九龙半岛), the area that connects Hong Kong to the mainland China is known as the New Territories(新界). There’re lots of fascinating historical sites to choose from, we’ll sample just a few of them. The New Territories are kind of living museum of Chinese heritage. In 1898, create a buffer between themselves and the mainland, the British lease the area from China for a period of 99 years. As the expiration day of the lease neared, talks between the UK and the People’s Republic of China heated up. Britain agree not only to return the new territories to China, but also all of Hong Kong. Part of that agreement was that for 50 years Hong Kong and its outline areas would be considered a special administrative region and would be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.

Once rural and undeveloped, the New Territories are under going rapid change. But although enormous housing projects are springing up at a staggering rate, you can still find quiet villages that foster time-honored traditions. The Chinese venerate their ancestors and you’ll find ancestral halls throughout the area. This hall near the Hanmei village, belong to the Tang cline, one of the five great clans of Hong Kong. Migrating here from China’s north central plain, these clans dominated the region for hundreds of years, even today their * will political economical *. This hall was built about seven hundred years ago and contains the soul * of the clan members. Most Chinese believe that in the afterlife ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living decedents.

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Tai O's many small houses were built over the water on stilts.Along the banks of canal,villagers clean fresh fish and fishermen still sundried catches in traditional techniques.Spreading out north of Kowloon penisular,the area that connects Hong Kong to mainland China is known as New Territories,there are loads are fascinating historical sites to choose from,we'll sample a few of them.
The New Territories are a knid of living museum of Chinese heritage.In 1898 to create buffer between themselves and mainland,the British leased the area from China for period of 99 years.As the asperation date of leased neared,talks between UK and People's Republic of China hitted it up.
Britain agreed not only the return of New Territories to China,but also all of Hong Kong.Part of that agreement was that,for 50 years,Hong Kong and its outline areas would be considered a Special Administrative Region and would be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.
Once world are undeveloped,the New Territory are undergoing rapid change.But although an enormous housing projects are springing up in staggering rate,you can still find quiet villages that fast time-honored traditions.
The Chinese venerate their ancestors,you'll find ancestorial halls throughout the area.This hall near Tan Mei village belonged to the Tan Clan,one of five great clans of Hong Kong.Migrating here from China's north central plains,this clan dominated the region for hundreds of years even today their descendants will political and economical clout.
This hall was built about 700 years ago and containes the soul tablets of clan's members.Most Chinese believe that in the afterlife ancestors have special power that can influence the fate of living descendants.
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实现无障碍英语沟通
Homework
Tai O’s many small houses are built over the water on stilts. Along the banks of canal, villagers clean fresh fish, and the fishermen still sun-dried their catches in traditional techniques.

Spreading out the North of the Kowloon Peninsula, the area that connects Hong Kong to main land China is known as the New Territories. There are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from, we’ll sample just a few of them. The New Territories are kind of living museum of Chinese heritage. In 1898 to create a buffer between themselves and mainland, the British lease the area from China for a period of 99 years. As the expiration date of the lease neared, talks between UK and People’s Republic of China heated up.

“Britain agreed not only to return the New Territories to China, but also all of Hong Kong. Part of the agreement was that for 50 years Hong Kong and its outline area would be considered a Special Administrative Region, it would be allowed to continue operating under free market system.”

Once rural and undeveloped, the New Territories are undergoing rapid change. But although enormous housing projects are springing up a staggering rate, you can still find quite villages that foster time-honored traditions.

The Chinese venerate their ancestors, you’ll find ancestral halls throughout the area. This hall near Hanmei village, belong to the Tang Clan, one of the five great clans of Hong Kong. Migrating here from China’s north central plain, this clan has dominated the region for hundreds of years, even today their descendants will political economical clout.

This hall was built about 700 years ago and contains the soul tables of caln’s members. Most Chinese believe that in the after life ancestors have special power that can influence the fate of living descendants.
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[Homework]2009-12-02 Smart Travels 香港篇—9

chinese many small houses are built  over the water  on stilts
along the banks of   the canal ,villagers  clean fresh  fish
fishermen still sunbath their catch  using traditional technics
spreading  north out of  the   peninsula ,
the area that connects   honkong to  mainland china is known as the new terriotities
there are loads of  facinating historical sites to choose from ,we will just sample  a few of them
the new territories are  a kind of living museum of chinese heritage
in 1898 ,they created a buffer between themselves and the main land
the british  listed  the land for a periiod of   90 years
as erperts did all over the years ,talks between UK and the  People's Republic of China  heated up
British agreed  not only  to returns the new territories  to China but also all of  Hongkong
part of the agreement was that for  50 years ,Hongkong and outline  areas will be considerea a special administration region
and will be allowed to continue its operating and free market system

the new territories are undergoing rapid  change
but although a nemerous  housing  plan is  springing up  at a fast speed
you can still find wide range of villiages that fosters time -honored traditions  
the chinese  venerate their ancsters ,and you'll find  ancester halls throughout the area
this hall near  hangmei villiage  belongs to the  tang clan ,one of the  5 great clans of hongkong
migratting here from China's north central plain ,his clan  dominated the region for hundreds' of years
even today ,their  descendents still plays an important role economic and political area
this hall which was built up  700  years ago contains the soul tablets of the clan members
most chinese believe that in the  afterlife,  ancesters have   special  powers that can influence the fate of  living descendants

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[Homework]2009-12-02 Smart Travels 香港篇—9

Tai O's many small houses are built over the water on stilts.Along the banks of the canal,villagers' cleaning fresh fish and the fisherman still sun-dried the catches in traditional techniques. 
Spreading out north of Kowloon Peninsula the area that connects Hong Kong to Mainland China is known as New Territories.There are loads of fascinating historical sights to choose from,we'll sample just few of them.
The New Territory is a kind of living museum of Chinese heritage.In 1898,decreed a buffer between themselves and Mainland,the British leased the area from China for a period of 99 years.As the expiration date of the lease neared,talks between the UK and Peoples' Republic of China heated up. Britain agree not only to return the New Territory to China but also all of Hong Kong.Part of that agreement was that for 50 years Hong Kong and its outline areas will be considered a special administrator region,and will be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.
Once rural and undeveloped the New Territory is under going rapid change.But although enormous housing projects are springing up the staggering rate,you can still find quiet villages the foster time-honor traditions.
The Chinese venerate their ancestors,you'll find ancestral halls through out the area.This hall near HanMei village belong to the Tan clan one of five great clans of Hong Kong.Migrating here from China's north central plain,these clans dominate the region for hundreds of years,even today their descendants will political economic clout.
This hall was built about 700 years ago and contains the soul tablets and clan members.Most Chinese believe that in the after life,ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living descendants.

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[Homework]2009-12-02 Smart Travels 香港篇—9

Tai O's many small houses are built over the water on stills.Along the banks of Kowlow,villagers clean fresh fish and the fishermen still sundry  the catch  using traditional techquies.Spreading out  north of the town in  Peminsula ,the area that connects Hong Kong to mainland China is known as  the New Territories.There are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from  we'll sample just a  few of them.The New Territories are kind of living museum of Chinese heritage.In 1898,created buffer between  themselves in the  mainlands ,the British list the area from China for a period 99 years.As the expiration date of the list nearered ,talks between UK and the People's Republic of China heated up.Britain agreed not only to return the New Territories to China ,but also all of Hong Kong.Part of that agreemnet was that for 50 years ,Hong Kong and  its outlying areas would be considered a special administrative region and would be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.Once rural and undeveloped ,the New Territories are undergoing  rapid change.But although enormous housing projects are springing up  at a staggering rate ,you can still find quiet villags that foster time honor traditions.The Chinese  venerate their ancestors ,you'll find ancestral halls throughout the area.This hall  near Hang Mei village belongs to the Tei Kleng - one of the five   great Clens of Hong Kong.My greeting here from China's north central plain ease claims dominated the region for hundreds of years.Even today,their decedants will polical economic crowd.This halll was built about 700 years ago,and contains the soul tablicts of plain members.Most Chinese believe that in  the  after life ,ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living descedants.

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本帖最后由 Julie_R 于 2009-12-3 15:38 编辑

应该改头贴的,偶帮你改为homework吧:)

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Tai O's many small houses are built over the water on stills.Along the banks of Kowlow,villagers clean fresh fish and the fishermen still sundry  the catch  using traditional techquies.Spreading out  north of the town in  Peminsula ,the area that connects Hong Kong to mainland China is known as  the New Territories.There are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from  we'll sample just a  few of them.The New Territories are kind of living museum of Chinese heritage.In 1898,created buffer between  themselves in the  mainlands ,the British list the area from China for a period 99 years.As the expiration date of the list nearered ,talks between UK and the People's Republic of China heated up.Britain agreed not only to return the New Territories to China ,but also all of Hong Kong.Part of that agreemnet was that for 50 years ,Hong Kong and  its outlying areas would be considered a special administrative region and would be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.Once rural and undeveloped ,the New Territories are undergoing  rapid change.But although enormous housing projects are springing up  at a staggering rate ,you can still find quiet villags that foster time honor traditions.The Chinese  venerate their ancestors ,you'll find ancestral halls throughout the area.This hall  near Hang Mei village belongs to the Tei Kleng - one of the five   great Clens of Hong Kong.My greeting here from China's north central plain ease claims dominated the region for hundreds of years.Even today,their decedants will polical economic crowd.This halll was built about 700 years ago,and contains the soul tablicts of plain members.Most Chinese believe that in  the  after life ,ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living descedants.
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Tai O’s many small houses are built over the water on stilts. Along the banks of the canal, villagers clean fresh fish, and the fishermen still sundry their catch using traditional techniques.

Spreading out north of the Kowloon Peninsula, the area that connects Hong Kong to mainland China is known as the New Territories. There are loads of fascinating historical sites to choose from. We’ll sample just a few of them. The new territories are a kind of living museum of Chinese heritage. In 1898, to create a buffer between themselves and the mainland, the British leased the area from china for a period of 99 years. As the expiration date of the lease neared, talks between the UK and the People’s Republic of China heated up. 

Britain agreed not only to return the New Territories to China, but also all of Hong Kong. Part of that agreement was that for 50 years, Hong Kong and its outlying areas would be considered a Special Administrative Region, and would be allowed to continue operating under a free market system.

Once rural and undeveloped, the New Territories are undergoing rapid change. But although enormous housing projects are springing up at a staggering rate, you can still find quiet villages that foster time-honored traditions.

The Chinese venerate their ancestors, and you’ll find ancestral halls throughout the area. This hall, near Hang Mei Village, belonged to the Tang clan, one of the five great clans of Hong Kong.

Migrating here from China’s north central plain, these clans dominated the region for hundreds of years. Even today their descendants wield political and economic clout.

This hall was built about 700 years ago and contains the soul tablets of clan members. Most Chinese believe that, in the afterlife, ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living descendants.
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Tai O's many small houses are built over water on stilts,along the banks of the canal
,villagers clean fresh fish and the fishermen still sundry their catch in traditional techniques.

Spreading out north to the Kowloon Peninsula, the area that connects HongKong to mainland China is konwn as the New Territories.There are loads of fastinating historial sites to choose from.We'll sample just a few of them.The new territories are a kind of living museum of Chinese heritage,in 1898 to create a buffer between themselves and the mainland,the British leased the area from China for a period of 99 years.As the expiration date of the lease neared,talks between UK and the People's Rupublic of China heated up.

Britian agreed not only to the return of new territories to China,but also all of HongKong.Part of that agreement was that for 50 years, Hongkong and its outlying areas would be considered as special Administrative Region,and would be allowed to continue operating under the free market system.

Once rural and undeveloped,the New Territories are undergoing rapid change,but although enmorous housing projects are springing upon  the stagring way,you can still find quiet villages that foster time-honnred traditions.

The Chinese venerate their ancestors,you'll find ancestoral halls throughout the area,this hall, near Hang Mei village,belong to the ten clan, one of  the five great clans of HK.

Migrating here for China's north central plain,these clans dominated the region for hundreds of years.Even today their ancenstors wield political and economic clou.This hall is built about 700 years ago,contains the soul teblets of clan members.Most Chinese believe that in the afterlife, ancestors have special powers that can influence the fate of living descendants.
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本帖最后由 冷月花魂micky 于 2009-12-7 23:54 编辑

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Tire old's many small houses were built  over the water on stilts.Along the bank of canals, villagers clean fresh fish and the fishmen still sundry their catch in traditional techniques.  Spreading out north of the Kowloon peninsula,the aera connects Hongkong to mainland China is known as the new territories. There are lots of fasinating historical sites to choose from.

We'll sample just few of them.The new territories is a kind of living museum of China heritage.In 1898, to create a buffer between themselves and mainland.

The British leased this area from China for a period of 99 years.As the expiration date of the lease neared, talks between UK and People's  Republic of China heated up.Both agree that only to return the new territories the China but also all of Hongkong.Part of that agreement was that for 50 years Hongkong and its outline area will be consided a special administrate region and continue operating under free market system.Once rural and  undeveloped ,the new territories are undergoing rapid change.But although a enormous housing projects are springing  up the staggering rate, you can still find quiet villages the foster time-honour traditions.

The Chinese evaluate their ancestors,and you'll find ancestral halls throughout the area.This hall near Hanmei village belongs to the Tang clan, one of  five great clans of Hongkong .Migrating here from China's north central plain is dominate the region for hundreds of years, even today their descentant will political and economic clout.

This hall was built about 700 years ago,and contains the so tablets of clan members.Most Chinese believe in the after life, ancestors have special powers that can influent the fate of living descentants.
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