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... everywhere with me!
So, if you would be so kind, tell your friends, your family and even you distant relatives about this channel as my goal is just to show the world what it's like over here.
My main message for this post is just a massive thank you and to spread the love around to everyone that you think will listen!!!!
Thank you so much!
The river is also a dividing line for the culture and growth patterns of the country. North of the Chang Jiang the country grows more wheat. South of the river is the second most famous river in China, the Yellow River. South of the Yellow River the country grows mostly rice.
From the traffic witnesses while crossing the bridge, you can quickly see a large portion of China's economy coming and going.
... find a patch of the You Cai Hua in nearly any open ground available. There are patches along side roads, under bridge supports, under high line wires, along waterways, along the edge of homes, and just regular fields of them.
I could have easily eaten this plant many times and have never known it, but along the edge of the highways it brings beautiful yellow beauty to all those who travel.
... would like to be crazy and make friends, and what better way to do so then to make a facebook account.
Living on the medical campus is like living with free medical services 24/7 although sometimes it’s questionable. I came into the dormitory looking for a Band-Aid for my blister and they cleaned it all up, popped it, and bandaged it all up. And during this process a group formed around us to watch this procedure.
Well… I have made it through October, Mid-Autumn Festival, and National Day, SCARY stuff!
I found it somewhat amusing when the Chinese told me not to go to Walmart, that it had a bad name for itself in China and most people avoided it at all costs. And then I think of Walmart back home that is sometimes known for selling 'cheap Chinese ****' and people tend to avoid if they can.
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