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Touches of the U.S. part of China

July 1, 2011
By Brittney Moraski , Daily Press

HANGZHOU, China - In new surroundings, the familiar can be especially welcome. Compared to the U.S., many things in China are different - to begin with, the language, food, and many customs. Chopsticks are used instead of forks and knives. Young children wear pants with slits in the back in place of diapers. And as many people get around on electric scooters as in cars.

 
 

 

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