English Corner and Eating Mo Mo

Dad & Mom helped out at an English corner last weekend that is run by a local English teacher’s wife in our part of town.  They sat with several young ladies, letting them practice their English and at the same time sharing ideas and talking about differences in culture.  The girls loved it and can’t wait to see my parents again 🙂

Here’s a picture of my parents trying a local steamed bun that I think is written: 摸摸.  Speaking Chinese is generally harder for me than writing it, but in this case, I can say “mo mo” and haven’t learned how to write it yet!

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1 Response to English Corner and Eating Mo Mo

  1. airscolor9 says:

    Very close! It is 馍馍, the left part means “anything made of grains/related to meals”. 它们好吃吗?

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