Discussions about how to find those things that are not immediately obvious
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1) Please search before posting.
Note that you should also search content-relevant forums (like Food & Drink for those items, and not just WCIF). If there is a content-relevant forum, the thread should be there, not here.
2) Please append your request to an existing thread
if you find a stale one, rather than starting a new one.
3) Please post separately for each search item
, not one thread for "olives and sour cream". Two threads, one for each. This makes it much easier for the moderator to merge your thread with an existing one, if any.
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Hi. I've got a friend who's a big history buff and she is trying to learn Mandarin as well. She just loves East Asian history and wants to know where she could find some junior-senior high school history text books in Mandarin as her literacy isn't quite up to adult level yet. Anyone know where to look?
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When you're searching for something on the Web using, say, Google, put quotes around phrases that must be searched together. For example, if you put quotes around "electric curtains," Google won't waste your time finding one set of Web pages containing the word "electric" and another set containing the word "curtains."
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