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hard! The first time I went into the post office I had an ImmerQi person with
me so they could translate but this time I thought I’d try it by myself.
Firstly would like to personally thank the two lovely ladies in the post office
who managed to understand what I was on about, it didn’t even make sense to me
never mind non English speakers haha I began by showing the lady at the desk
the screenshot of “I’d like to send ...
... panda, which never had any cultural or historic significance to China before the 1970’s is now a multi-billion dollar global brand brilliantly developed and managed by China itself. With only about 1500 left in the wild anywhere in the world and never before seen alive outside of China before the 1930’s, the Giant Panda now rivals Apple, Disney, and Coke as one of the best brands in the world. We go to the Chengdu Panda Breeding Center for our ...
... start some sort of evening training session (survival Chinese mostly) which finishes 6:45 at a school (not hotel) ready for dinner back at the hotel at 7:00. After dinner we meet in our groups (each group has 6 – 8 people in) to plan our lessons for the following day. This goes on into the early hours of the morning. Ready for the following day to start all over again.
Yes it is tough but morale is very high. We joke our way through the tired barrier and as a result, ...
... realized that the Palace Museum actually was the Forbidden City, and we got our tickets. There was another mental head slap for that one. Heading inside, we passed the usual beautiful doorways, and the multitudes of tourists. The Forbidden City was beautiful. It is a huge place, and there is a lot to see. We explored for a while, ducking through doorways and alleyways. Some of the more ornate carvings are amazing. We saw a pottery exhibit ...
... this is because most Chinese are in extreme support of Mao Zedong. The picture was taken on the street in front of the Forbidden City during the time that Mao Zedong, who was the leader of the Communist Party, was establishing the People's Republic of China. So, some people were opposed to it, I guess, hence the photograph and the protest. But today, most people are devoutly in support of Mao. So, it was interesting to learn about there and to be there, ...
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