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On Mother’s Day

In the early morning, my sister went out and brought home a bunch of pretty flowers. Right after my mother got up out of bed, we said "Happy Mother's Day"! to her and gave her the flowers. My mother was very happy; she smiled and said, ‘How wonderful the flowers look! Thank you! Also, we told her we were going to do all the housework for our beloved mother, and she could take a rest for a day. In the beginning, we were excited about all the work we can do at home. Before long, we found that the housework seemed to be endless, There was cooking and washing, and cleaning to do, and there was shopping to do, too . During the dinner hour, the kitchen seemed so busy. My father was making a salad, my sister was baking a pie for dessert, and I was washing rice and vegetables, and there were many other things to do. Finally, the dinner was ready; it was two hours behind the usual schedule. The food was not as delicious as my mother's. Nevertheless, my mother and father enjoyed it, and felt very proud of their daughter and son.


How to score Olympic tickets

Now is the time to act if you want to be one of the lucky ones to witness the opening of the Olympics at China National Stadium on the evening of August 8, 2008. The first phase of ticket reservation for the Beijing Olympics started on April 15. More than 7 million tickets were opened for sale to the public, 75 percent of which will be sold in China, and 25 percent overseas.
It was reported that on that first day, more than 50,000 people submitted ordering forms successfully on the official website www.tickets.beijing2008.cn, placing orders for 250,000 tickets. The website received 18 million person/time visits in two days.
Luckily, everybody is likely to have the same chance to the most popular tickets if applying before the first phase ends on June 30, 2007. A computer-operated draw will determine who gets tickets for oversubscribed events.
So you still have two months' time to get a chance to enter the draw. And who knows, maybe you can get your tickets directly if the ones you book are not oversubscribed.
Who can buy tickets

If you live outside China, or are traveling briefly in the country, you will probably need to buy your ticket at your country's National Olympic Committee.
*If you are a foreign expat in China, and want to buy Olympic tickets here, you need to: first, have established domicile in the territory of PRC (except Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR and Taiwan Province), second, possess a valid passport, with a Chinese visa valid for six months or more.
*Citizens in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan need to order tickets from their regional Olympic Committee or sports federations
*These limitations are only for the reservation period. When tickets are available at the ticket booths at Olympic venues (a week before the Game starts), anyone can buy them on the spot.
How to buy tickets

In the first phase until June 30, people can log onto the official website, or fill in an application form at the Bank of China, or send their application form, which can be downloaded from the website, to Beijing 100007 mail box, 98 sub-box, Post code 100007 (10000798,100007).
The result of the 1st phase of ticket reservation will be revealed from July-September 2007.

Starting the 2nd phase, lasting from October-December 2007, tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. People can also book tickets in this stage from Olympic Call Center: 86-10-952008.
The 3rd phase lasts from April 2008 until the Games end. Besides the above-mentioned ways, people can also buy tickets at the competing venues directly a week before the Games start.

Other must-knows
*The number of tickets one can buy for each game or match is limited. For example, one person can only buy one ticket for the opening ceremony, two tickets for the more popular events, and 3-5 tickets for events with less demand.

*To buy a ticket in China, one must have a Bank of China account, or a Visa card, two accepted methods of payment. Everybody must use their own bank account to buy their tickets. So you cannot buy a ticket to the opening ceremony with your bank account for anyone else.

*The name of the account holder of Bank of China or Visa card must correspond with whoever is claiming the tickets.


How To Exchange RMB In China

A foreigner can bring cash and change it at the Bank of China for RMB. Foreign money can be exchanged in China through traveler‘s cheques, currency conversion at banks and hotels. Credit cards can also be used. What follows is a more detailed explanation. Enjoy your trip!
Traveler‘s Cheques
Traveler‘s cheques provide a fairly secure way of carrying money. The Bank of China can cash travelers‘ cheques sold by international commercial banks and travelers‘ cheque companies in the United States, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Britain, France, Switzerland, Germany and other countries and regions. Also the Bank of China sells travelers‘ cheques for such banks as American Express, Citibank, Tongjilong Travelers‘ Cheque Co., the Sumitomo Bank of Japan, the Swiss Banking Corporation and others.

Currency Conversion
   Money exchange facilities for both currency and travelers‘ cheques are available at major airports, hotels, and department stores. Please note that hotels may only exchange money for their guests. The US dollar, British pound, French franc, German mark, Japanese yen, Australian dollar, Austrian schilling, Belgian franc, Canadian dollar, HK dollar, Swiss franc, Danish Krone, Singapore dollar, Malaysian ringgit, Italian lira, Macao dollar, Finnish markka, and Taiwan dollar are all exchangeable. Exchange rates fluctuate in line with international financial market conditions and are published daily by the State Exchange Control Administration.
Keep your currency exchange receipts, because you will need to show them when you change RMB back to your own currency at the end of your visit to China. Currency rather than credit cards is essential in remote areas, and you should ensure that you carry sufficient RMB and travelers‘ cheques to cover your requirements.
Credit Cards
   At present, the following credit cards are accepted in China: Master Card, Federal Card, Visa, American Express, JCB and Diners Card. Holders can draw cash from the Bank of China and pay for purchases at exchange centers of the Bank of China, appointed shops, hotels and restaurants. However, this applies only in major cities. Credit cards are not always accepted for the purchase of rail and air tickets. ATMs that accept foreign cards are few and far between. Do not rely on them as a way of obtaining cash in Mainland China.
Consult with your bank before departing to make sure that your brand of cheque or credit card will be accepted.
Currency Regulations
   There is no limit on the amount of foreign currency and foreign exchange bills that can be brought into China by tourists, but the amount must be declared to the customs
About RMB
   Chinese currency is called Renminbi (people‘s money), often abbreviated as RMB. Issued by the People‘s Bank of China it is the sole legal tender for both the Chinese nationals and foreign tourists. The unit of Renminbi is yuan and the smaller, jiao and fen. The conversion among the three is: 1 yuan = 10 jiao =100 fen. Chinese people normally refer to Yuan as Kuai, Jiao as Mao. RMB is issued both in notes and coins. The denominations of paper notes include 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 yuan; 5, 2 and 1 jiao; and 5, 2 and 1 fen. The denominations of coins are 1 yuan; 5, 2 and 1 jiao; and 5, 2 and 1 fen.

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