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... were also the latest accessory, BIG Canon and Nikon cameras were everywhere. My poor little Olympus suffered lens envy so badly it sent the battery flat. I made it to Pudong and bought a SIM and one month phone/data pack. It cost me RMB100 back in October 2012 and in March 2014 is was RMB280. That is inflation. Inserted it and was told My phone was not authorised to use overseas. I went to the Apple store to use the free WiFi and Skype telstra to see what was wrong. I ...
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On Saturday the sun came out for the first time in weeks! The locals threw out their laundry to dry, making Shanghai a very colorful place to be on this day. “Laundry Days” (what I call them) during the winter are rare. Thousands of people get outside most with smiling happy faces, just grateful to get out of the cold damp houses and see ...
... figure out what God wants for me next! Also please pray for my family as it appears that I may be doing lots of fishing, Sonic-eating, lawn-mowing and garage saleing in the weeks to come!
That said, the flight is now officially booked! I land in Dallas on July 10th so, America, I'll see you real soon!
"The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet notwithstanding, go out to meet it." Thucydides
A Heaping Brown Pile of Thanksgiving Deliciousness
A recent event forced me to take that first dreaded trip to the grocery store in 4 months: Thanksgiving. An American bassoonist who also volunteers with the Shanghai City Symphony Orchestra, Tamara, invited me to a Turkey Day potluck with her, her husband, and some of their (also married) friends. After a couple frustrated hours at a five-story Carrefour Supermarket, I pushed a cart full ...
... the place to BE. I don't often have the opportunity to wander around upscale shopping districts, fancy restaurants, and beautiful buildings. This section, albeit expensive by Chinese standards, has given me a glimpse of a different world. The blend of Western culture and the Chinese growth, I'm not sure if i have the words to describe. The most populous city in China, and according to wikipedia the most populous city proper in the world, this is the New York ...