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TWCC68 – The Many Smells of China, Episode 68

We’re back for another episode of Two White Chicks in China!

This week our question comes from Cecilia, who asks us “What’s up with Chinese people and smells?”

If you want to ask us a question just go to our voicemail page and leave us your question!

In This Episode We Talk About…

  • A review from a binge listener!
  • Foreigner slaps Chinese man on subway for trying to steal his phone
  • Cecilia’s question
  • Miasma and using onions to get rid of disease
  • Chinese medicine and vinegar as a cure-all
  • Garlic breath and breakfast
  • Stinky tofu, durian and jack fruit
  • Some nice smells – flowers and food!
  • Our Chinese word of the week is ‘smell’: 味道 (wèi dào). You can learn more Chinese words on our Online Dictionary.
  • DON’T FORGET TO CLAIM YOUR FREE WRITTEN CHINESE DICTIONARY FLASHCARDS! Use the promocode ‘twowhitechicks’ for your free set of dating flashcards. Read these instructions to claim your Chinese flashcards!
  • If you have a question for us, please send us a voicemail or leave us a message below!
  • People and Companies We Mentioned in the Show

    Episode Length 01:05:38

    Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for our next topic and another question from one of our listeners!
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    Thanks for listening, guys!
    – Hollie & Nora

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