Episode: Dear Amber: Year of the Rat and Minimum Wage

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Dear Amber: Year of the Rat and Minimum Wage

This week on Dear Amber, a special treat… yes, the famous Connie of ChinesePod dialogue acting fame speaks to us for the first time in English… you heard her here first! She gives insight on what the ‘Year of the Rat’ means to the Chinese, as well as what these ‘animal years’ are all about. And… a question on the ‘library’ scene in Shanghai, and last but not least, an insight into what life is like at minimum wage in China. Enjoy the show and leave us your comments too!


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