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... as you are cutting the symbol of a long life. You can see in my pictures, we hand pulled the dough to make very long noodles! Here's to a long life!
The class was so great- we learned how to knead the dough (for 20 long minutes!!!!) and then cut it into 1 inch pieces to then be rolled out and "pulled" by hand. It was pretty fun and actually much easier to make noodles by hand than I thought.
We all helped chop the ...
... the table we immediately set to work cooking the meat. The salad was indeed a salad, but we were a little unclear about what to do with the greens. They tasted like they could be eaten raw, but it seemed like maybe we were supposed to cook them. After a short time we retrieved the meat from the hotpot, topped it with the uncooked greens, and took an excited first bite. It was immediately clear that we were doing it wrong. The food was bland! We called ...
... one by one, when we go through the questions. This time at the end, I wrote my name on the board and cheered myself for getting full marks and being the winner. This lead to one girl saying, "Ben this is not fair, you waited to hear our answers then copied us." And another girl stating, "You should get 12 out of 12 because you chose questions you know the answers to." Lastly, the class erupted in shouts of "NOoooooooo!!!" When I kept boasting about my perfect score. Being ...
... the every day updates, but I don't think I can keep it up over the long haul. That being said, I'll probably start blogging just every other day and see how that works out. If I still feel like it's too much, I'll go down to 2-3 times a week. I'll let you know when I've thought about it some more. Anyway, thank you for reading, and I hope you'll join me here again tomorrow.
Robert J. Burrows
... Mao Memorial Hall, the People's Congress, and many other things. The Xicheng District is famous as one of the most expensive and popular places to shop in Beijing. There are many things that can be bargained for and bought on the cheap here, but Xicheng (or Xidan, if you call it by it's subway station name) is famous for it's shopping malls. 'Joy City' is the most well known one to us local foreigners, and ...
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