Baiyun International Convention Center
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June 7, 2009 was a big day for test-takers in China. Not only did I have my long-awaited CFA test that Sunday, but the nationwide college entrance exam was also the same day. The reliance on that test alone to decide Chinese students' futures has lessened in recent years, but it still plays a very large factor in deciding what/if college you go to …
... food options as they are usually plentiful. However, upon roaming the streets around or hotel, we found nothing but a few street vendors, but tonight we felt like a sit down meal. We wandered down to the river, climbed the stairs to the top of the bridge and looked up and down its banks. It was not clear where we should go but we agreed to cross the river and walk along the far side as we spotted many neon lights that might be restaurants (just about every store ...
... really enjoyed about Stuart/Jensen area was the countless restaurants with bars that offered really delicious/well priced food and a happy hour every night. We also had to hit the mall which I found to be just like our bigger shopping centres but I did fall in love with a beautiful shop called 'Things Remembered'. Paul can now be referred to as Imelda, as he has bought home 4 new pair of shoes. The fire pit was lit at Julie & Eileen's and they made these things ...
... to lay the red carpet when I walked in or take their heads really down for a bow. I represented the Filipino youth in a cultural exchange program to Japan. I guess this was one chapter in my life when during press interviews and media appearances, I would definitely answer questions with wit and with excellent judgment. My intuitive power then was so strong, spending my 40th birthday in a foreign land has opened for me a chance to strengthen my indecisiveness ...
... for its yum cha, so we found a busy place and made it a little busier. We ordered a feast and paid a pittance. We even had some very special tea (tea is quite pricey in China) and still paid less than $20 for the whole meal. It was time to get back to the airport, so with a minimum of fuss we took the super-efficient metro back. We had enough time left for me to have a massage and then we got to our gate and made our flight. All-in-all a wonderful way to spend a long ...
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