Definition funny of Yuanyang:

urbanA yummy drink made of a mixture of coffee and tea. Can be served hot or cold. Popular in Hong Kong.

urbanI want some yuanyang in my belly!


Songs about Yuanyang:

songsMandarin Ducks Splashing About In the River (Yuanyang Xi Shui) by South China Music Troupe from the Album China Dance Music Series: Vol. 8 - Yellow Pearl (Zhong Hua Wu Qu Xi Lie Ba: Zhong Guo Ming Qu)

songsXin Yuanyang Hudie Meng - Fei Fan Yuedui by Sound Wolrd Wide from the Album Dammei

songsYuanyang by Jayaustin from the Album Sounds of the Brew


Books about Yuanyang:

booksYuanyang Zhong (Mandarin Duck Tomb).(Opera review): An article from: Asian Theatre Journal by Megan Evans (Jan 15, 2010)

booksYuanyang Book (Iwanami Bunko) (1991) ISBN: 4003127110 [Japanese Import] by Izumi Kyoka (0100)

booksYuanyang hudie in literature and the creation of the early Chinese films(Chinese Edition) by ZHANG WEI (Mar 1, 2014)

booksYuanyang Kam [Paperback] by ZHAN YUE (1991)

booksThe Yuanyang style original price 140.00(Chinese Edition) by MA LI WEN BIAN ZHU (Jan 1, 2000)

booksYuanyang embroidered 9.5 products 2556-11(Chinese Edition) by JIANG JING SHENG ZHU (Jan 1, 2000)

booksYuanyang alley(Chinese Edition) by LIE ZI (Jun 1, 2013)


Movies about Yuanyang:

moviesCheng-style Eight Diagram Ziwu Yuanyang Yue 2010 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 2 mins Directed by: GZ Beauty

moviesCheng-style Eight Diagram Ziwu Yuanyang Yue 2006 Unrated -

moviesCheng-style Eight Diagram Ziwu Yuanyang Yue 2008 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 3 mins


Wiki information Yuanyang:

Hong Kong Dish, Beverage, Food, Dish

Yuanyang or Coffee with tea, also commonly known as Kopi Cham in Malaysia is a popular beverage in Hong Kong, made of a mixture of three parts of coffee and seven parts of Hong Kong-style milk tea. It was originally served at dai pai dongs and cha...

Yuanyang County, Yunnan
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Statistical region

Yuanyang County is located in Honghe Prefecture in southeastern Yunnan province, China, along the Red River. It is well known for its spectacular rice-paddy terracing. Part of the area now forms the 45th World Heritage Site in China.