Clattering chopsticks, bubbling jiaozi pots, rustling envelopes of money, and the roar of fireworks – sounds like China is celebrating the turn of the year. This time, the Chinese are leaping into the Year of the Tiger. It’s a good time to take a look at the tiger vocabulary that is stalking its way through everyday life in China.
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