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Date: 2020-05-18 00:30:47

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In China, wet markets have the reputation for selling the freshest vegetables, fruits and meat because a majority of the food sold is locally grown. Take a walk with Eileen as she goes to a local wet market and shops for vegetables, fruit and meat. Along the way, you will learn some useful vocabulary to talk to the food stall vendors and get a glimpse at this unique Chinese institution!

This video was originally published in 2018 and now have been re-published with English translations and improved subtitles for smartphone viewing.

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Intro Music: Paths to Follow by Jingle Punks

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