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... Code very interesting.. I'm sure there is only one phrase in that for China. Go if you want. I would never dream of driving out here. Having driven in many Countries around the World I think this is one country I would keep well clear of. It is funny when I think of the amount of Chinese tourists I have seen driving back home, and I now realise why they are arrogant drivers.
As a pedestrian in China, its dangerous all the time, Bikes with no ...
... and correct the first time you do them and this one step takes a long time.
In China at the same time you do a lot of steps which do not take a lot of time but in the end all ends up in the same timeline but with much more communication, chasing suppliers and losing nerves sometimes.
Never rely on an agreement. In Germany if you have a timing from the supplier they normally deliver on time in full and if not they will contact you and tell you that there is a delay. ...
and away we go for 2 FULL days in shanghai...bus ride 1 hr to "downtown".we visited an old part of the city called "Watertown"..then a rug factory then a silk factory..back to the ship 11/2 bus ride, quick change, shuttle back to town...wandered the "Bund" then old market, dinner overlooking the river..then back to the Queen by 10:15pm and lights out as we have a 6:45 am off the ship start tomorrow..enjoy the pics of Shanghai..
... what's YOUR name?"
Lazy boy: No. Lazy boy. wus YOR nam?"
While I do have some kids like Lazy boy, I also have some kids who are practically geniuses. They pick up all the content so quickly and are so eager to learn everything! Some of them even ask about vocabulary words when we take water breaks or before class! As amazing as I can make them sound to my boss and their parents, Disney English still requires that we do report cards every ...
... s good and bad effects, but it is what it is, and today they’re a leading economic powerhouse of the world. Long live China.
The presentation went well and people did their best in their hung over state to pay attention. I applaud anyone that’s sat through a 2 and 1/2 hour discussion after a night of partying like that. Truly an accomplishment for the record books. After class it was time for some “choose your own noodles” for lunch with ...