Starting on March 1, anyone who breaks the law by dancing in public to loud music could be warned, fined or even detained.
by Justine Lopez, 22 February 2017
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Thanks for the overview of the new HSK standards. It gave me a much better picture of the changes in the exam. I've also found vocabulary lists for the new HSK levels: https://www.hackchinese.com/exams/New%20HSK%203. It looks like a good resource for HSK test preparation.
April 27, 2021 at 18:10 pm
Indeed.. Good writing.
April 14, 2021 at 18:44 pm
Is this still there?
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