Monday, March 14, 2011

Learn Chinese with biscuits

 Learn Chinese/Japanes/English with Ginbis cookies:

 English here...

 .. and Chinese & Japanese here :D

 Taste nice, sweet, crispy + low calory = you can eat heaps without worrying. ♥♥♥♥♥ 5/5
Available at oriental toko's or if you already live in Asia: local supermarkets, 7-Eleven etc...

(And thanks for liking my room haha, I still think I should clean up next time.)
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I'm feeling: Stressed
Music: Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull - On The Floor Newest single by J.Lo, it's a dance/club music with a cover melody by Lambada. According to the comments at Youtube, people aren't so happy with using Lambada's melody. Not so original by J.Lo, but oh God I've been listen it non-stop the past 2 hourssss. 
Food: Pak choi soup
Drink: Pak choi soup 

55 comments :

  1. Your blog is so cute xx

    www.style-fiesta.blogspot.com

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  2. Looks like fun! Learning chinese by eating cookies!
    x
    MONi

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  3. hahahha' oh that's so cuuute :D :D
    such a great idea ;)

    LOVE YOUR BLOG & thank you soo much cutie :D :D

    & yes, i had a lot of fun ;) :D ♥

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  4. Hi, thanks so much for visitng me. Your blog is super cute! Love your white glasses! I'm following you now would love for you to follow me too!

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  5. Great pics! Love your glasses!
    Xoxo, K.

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  6. hahaa i ate these when i was a kid!

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  7. I love these crackers!! I buy them all the time \(^o^)/ :)

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  8. awh i want some :3 Ive never seen it before! amazing stuff ^^ and i would love a hamster in a hamster ball :p

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  9. aww these are soo cute!!! :)

    katslovefashion.blogspot.com

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  10. hehehe I NEED THOSE BISCUITS FOR JAP NOW!!

    and OMG GIRL! 3 sketches? hahahahaha! i can't wait to see them *hearts; take your time!

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  11. I heard the JLo song recently and have to admit it wasn't my style. But these biscuits on the other hand are adorable and sound like just the thing to snack on. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. I would love to learn Chinese in rest of my life with these cookies! way so adorable ^^

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  13. cute! those look sooo yummy! :)

    natalieoffduty.blogspot.com

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  14. ThESE ARE SO CUTEEE
    and I'm hungry :(

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  15. Awww I love animal shaped food!
    I usually eat dinosaur shaped nuggets!
    <3

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  16. Lovely blog you got!
    Love it!

    Hugs!

    http://mirelamededovic.blogspot.com/

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  17. I'm going to be multilingual after consuming these biscuit! hehe. Though, I have no idea where to get them as I have never seen them in asian grocery where I live.

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  18. Nice blog, this is my 1st time visit ur blog and i really like ur blog :)

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  19. the problem was we didn't find any restaurants in l.a where they sell fried duck with any sauce whe i was in l.a and even some people didn't know what fried duck was lol :D

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  20. omg those are so so cute~! that is probably the best way of learning chinese tehe, they look so yummy aswell :)

    hope you'll visit/follow
    www.marylee31.blogspot.com

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  21. Ahh these are so much fun! :D
    I need them to help me learn Greek... its soo hard!

    http://flossyblossom.blogspot.com

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  22. mmmmm looks yummy and cute!

    http://blogoftheprettythings.blogspot.com/

    xxx

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  23. /reply/ Vodoo. Vind ik een goed woord ervoor!

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  24. cute biscuits! do they have chinese characters at the back of them?

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  25. haha so cute! loving the word cookies :P makes mea little hungry.

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  26. such a cute blog! love it :)

    natalieoffduty.blogspot.com

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  27. haha I need pinying to go with those characters! These would be great for kids though who are trying to learn the language :P

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  28. I ate thiss quite often when i was little xD
    tagged you btw !!
    http://www.memorable-days.net/2011/03/tag-through-years-childhood-photos.html

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  29. auuww, the biscuit really cute, lol. eating and learning in same time :D

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  30. I love your blog (:
    follow me, I'll follow you back!
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    also with bloglovin
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    with love, cris

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  31. Your blog is really cute!!!
    Follow me? I'd be very happy if you do it!
    Thank you so much!

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  32. these are so adorable! I want them!
    I love how they show a tapir in english! seems a bit random because its not like we have tapirs roaming around the british countryside haha

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  33. Lol. I have eaten these several times but never realised that one can learn chinese from it.

    Squeeze The Pug
    www.pehsun.blogspot.com

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  34. Oh, yum!! I wish we have that in our supermarkets here! I love snacks :-) xooxxoo

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  35. these treats are sooo cute!! thanks for virtually sharing them with us hehehe <3

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  36. That's awesome. Haha! I like your blog! I will definitely follow you. :)

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  37. /reply/ oh ive forgot how much i love blueberry! i find blueberry muffins a bit sickening after halfway through though XD they r so yummy and good smelling though :p

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  38. Omosh those biscuits are so cute, Asian foods are always so curious looking haha

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  39. Aww, this is beautiful !!
    I love it !! ♥

    xx

    Henar
    ...OH MY VOGUE !

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  40. awww that is so so cute!!! haha! We have got these cute biscuits at our supermarts too!

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  41. So cute this post!!!
    http://chiccastyle.blogspot.com/

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  42. LOL! those crackers are so cute haha.

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  43. Lovely biscuits and I think... delicious!!!:))
    I just found your blog,it's very cute.I added to your followers:)
    xoxo
    Mary
    fashionteaat5.blogspot.com

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  44. How cute are these biscuits! It'd certainly make learning much more fun. That's one thing I miss about living in Malaysia, yummy Asian snacks.
    Pak choi soup, eyh? Don't think I've ever had some...or maybe I had, but just didn't know it was pak choi :)
    Hope you feel less stressed soon

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