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There is no culture shock, it’s just that we look at the world from different perspectives

Every December, when walking on the streets of German cities, you can smell a scent of cinnamon, which is the taste of the Christmas market.

Cinnamon is used as a spice for making bread in many western countries. It was a little weird for a Chinese when I tasted a pastry with cinnamon in Germany for the first time.




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