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... at Charme in the business district. I had never been to that restaurant before. Terry told me that it was Hong Kong style.
The food was so good! We ordered so many dishes including frog legs. So grateful to my mom for teaching me to not be a picky eater. Thank to my mom, I have no problem to eat anything. It makes it easier for me to eat out anywhere.
During dinner, I expressed that I missed some people from last semester, such as Chloe. Terry asked me if ...
... boy type." I explained that my mother drilled in the importance of making sure one's area is cleaned.
Afterward, we walked back to campus. At a fruit vendor, the Filipino Stephanie and I looked though the peaches. The seller snapped at us for being "too picky." I did not care because we had the right to see what we were buying before paying. As we were about to buy some, he yelled at us to go away. What a fool he was because ...
... aback. Xander suggested we try pressing Poor, but we feared that an anonymous figure in a backroom office would announce "Kill them" into a microphone. The same buttons were available today. Some management consultants somewhere have earnt lots of money persuading the Chinese they need this customer satisfaction work. After getting settled on the plane the delay was initially no more than an irritation. We were comfortable, the tvs were on and Jonathan and I were catching ...
... and meat. In fact a majority of it does not have much of a vegetable presence and many dishes have parts of the animal that no one in America would refer as meat. Anyways, we set out to find a restaurant with a little help from our youth hostel staff. The first place had a wide array of communal dishes available for order all written in a form of English, though most of the dishes we both found appalling. Pickled jellyfish, boiled ...
... hutongs (hutongs: traditional human sized Beijing streets and buildings, nothing over two stories, roads are about 2 car widths wide max, most of them have been destroyed it seems, good for walking and for small business, most filled with people who inherited the homes from their parents). If you want an idea, this particular hutong was somewhere west-northwest of Zhangzizhonglu subway station about…2 kilometers. The food was AWESOME! Holy ...
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