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... rickshaw so they asked us to get into a taxi. Cian and Des only left us for a couple of minutes and we already got into a typical Clíona/Miriam situation, hahaha! The taxi driver got us to the right area and stopped at the end of a street and told us the shop would be there but we didn't think it was so asked him to phone the tattooist (she can only speak Chinese) and ask for directions. We we're right! Shop was a couple of streets down.. After giving the driver a little ...
... we entered the park there were lots of activities going on. People doing some sort of Chinese line dancing while others were doing a parasol dance. Some people were singing or playing instruments and others playing different types of games. It was fun to watch everything going on around us. We enjoyed our time in this park as it was ...
... how much we would experience reverse culture shock. Thinking about reverse culture shock reminded me how weird it would be when I go back to Colorado. No more great public transportation. No more seeing my Chinese friends. No more using Mandarin on a regular basis.
When the meeting ended, I had to submit my paperwork to another professor. The professor gave the class a nice dinner. He ordered dumplings! So good!
Today made me reevaluate ...
... went south. I passed the National Museum of China and ended
up at the Qianmen gate. Quite impressive though, a mix of communist and ancient
Chinese architecture. It’s quite funny to be able to walk around for hours without
crossing another Western tourist. No wonder the Chinese don’t speak English...
it would have been usefull though!!
From Qianmen I took the subway to another part of town where I wanted to go and
admire the Temple of ...
... in day-to-day life. The following days are spent with visiting family, setting off fireworks, more dumpling eating and various customs that vary between families and provinces. The 15th (last) day of the New Year is called the Lantern Festival and marks the end of all Spring Festival activities. Lanterns are hung all over town for people to see, and in certain areas there are lantern riddles or costume parades. Sweet, glutinous rice dumplings are eaten on ...