泡菜 －pao4cai4: (noun) pickled vegetables – cải ngâm.
燒 – shao1:（verb）cook
We can use with adverbs such as always, constantly, continually or forever to emphasize that something is done so often that it is characteristic of a person, group, or thing:
You’re constantly changing your mind.
He’s always complaining everything.
Note for using After/the minute
When we use After, When, Until, As soon as, Once, By the time, The minute/second/Moment, after that is:
-The past simple – refers to past, completed events.
+ The minute I told her that I would I leave Vietnam to Taiwan, she decided to break up with me.
-The present perfect- refers to future events.
+ After I has left Taiwan, I will be having a great job in Vietnam.
Note for the first time
After the pattern It/This/That is/will be the first time -> use the present perfect.
(a past event) That’s the first time I have been to a concert of one of my favorite international singer.
(a future event) It will be the first time I has enjoyed Chinese New Year in Taiwan.
After the pattern It/This/That was the first time … we generally use the past perfect
This was the first time I’d gone up to the highest peak in Taiwan.