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... but teaming with visitors snapping photos and taking rickshaw rides from men in what look more like yellow silk pyjamas. Despite it being dark, I had a great evening taking long exposures, turning the busy streets into quiet scenes.
Returning to the hotel, my air conditioning and my little fish in the square glass bowl (which I have named, Sushi) is a relief. I have picked up a sore through and a cough. I hope it does not get worse.
Sleep comes quickly.
Today I took a trip to Nanjing, about 1hr20 on the high speed train north of Shanghai. The city was a capital after the Tianjing rebellion, and during the republican period and the Ming dynasty was founded there. It's also infamous for the war crimes committed there by the Japanese before WWII. From what I was able to see of it, I really liked Nanjing. It's only around 4 million people, and has a big park and mountain. They're also improving and building infrastructure ...
... much to munch on, it’s no wonder the city claimed reign over the nation more than once.
Enlighten yourself and contemplate the context of hostile feelings towards Japan the Chinese hold; perspective plays an important role in the writing of history. Juxtapose what you learn to the many atrocities China has endured and leave with many ...
... Many discount clone or knockoff clubs look good, but if you don't know better they were probably produced in a low quality factory in China using inferior materials and workmanship. Unless you could be certain the clubs were made in a factory with high quality materials and manufacturing processes, you need to pass on the deal. What we are searching for here are the best discount clubs, not garbage golf clubs. And remember, get yourself a ...
... good talent with the "interesting" local talent belting out such classics as "Leaving on a jet plane" and "Stayin Alive" by the Beegees. Our group showed off our abilities to such tunes as Wannabe by the Spice Girls, and I went up and sang Scarborough Fair by Simon and Garfunkel and "Live to Tell" by Madonna, both giving me a full room of audience appreciation. I was considered the best in our group. I am still not convinced that's an overly high title ...