Liuhexiang Quadrangle Courtyard
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... family members! EVERYONE! Even distant cousins! She was expected to know their full names and dates of birth. Then she was supposed to know all about his friends, their names, their birthdays and what they like to do in their spare time. I told her that if she HAD known all that information it FOR SURE would have been a staged relationship. It was good that she didn’t know and she was honest. She won’t hear from them for 4 months. Hard part is over now. ...
... wasn't going to have one but the lady just started saying his legs were puffy ( or that's what I think she was saying - she spoke no English ),,,and put his feet in a plastic bag with some herbs then started giving him a massage.....was so funny. He ended up getting a massage as well, very cheap 1 hr $20...I think she pocketed the money from Bob's massage...but she did a good job....feeling so much better. Tomorrow Tiananmen Square...another big walk through ...
... I decided to look elsewhere for my dinner, next briefly wandering through the adjacent Haoyuan Market.
Hungry, I found a Chinese fast-food chain at 6:01 and ordered by pointing to a picture on the menu board (nothing was in Roman letters). I ended up again with what resembled Kung Pao Chicken for 15 yuan ($2.40). I just needed to eat and get to bed. No time to search out more options. Food was good.
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... visit to China. That was in June 2012 to conduct the ShenZhen Symphony. I returned from that trip and decided that it was time to get serious about speaking Chinese. My attempts to learn through Pimsleur (CD’s) and then Rosetta Stone allowed me to say a few things in Chinese, but I was not able to earnestly communicate with anyone. So, I’m now in my third semester of Mandarin classes at USC, and I was anxious and nervous to be back with ...
... Isabel and I had traveled by bus and taxi to Beihai Park. Wednesday evening we took the metro with other OAT travelers to a Night Market. We watched vendors prepare such treats as fried centipedes and spiders!
I miss the beautiful architecture of Shanghai. Most of the buildings look like huge boxes but there are many parks and green spaces. Everything one could want or need is available in the shops. We stocked up on snacks for our overnight train ride to ...