Belgravia Serviced Residence
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... of you, but they try to kid on they are taking pictures of something different. ( love of photography more noticeable here with a lot of people with serious looking cameras with huge lens - came across a photography club last night and it felt like a competition to see how many sneaky photos they could take of us. The Bund is beautiful day and night - hence the photographers out in force. Walking home last night and noticed that there is a pub ...
... was not about a one hour presentation – this was about a one day course… He was very surprised when I refused the offer.
It happens very often that people in meetings are switching from English to Chinese. Sometimes just to make things clearer which is absolutely ok for me but sometimes they seem to forget that there is at least one person who does not speak Chinese. I can give examples of meetings that were about MY projects but were more or less all the time in ...
... in the park at the Heavenly Temple in Beijing and here they were in numbers again. Gathered around a couple of musicians or a tape recorder or both and song sheets. The (mainly older) Chinese community with a collection of the younger crowd opened out into full song - they loved it. However, 'strictly' at 10pm everything promptly closed down (with the help of 'security guards') and Nanjing Lu became deserted. The Bund is stunning seen from ...
... me six of the crunchiest, most glistening brown ducks necks you ever did see.
I've eaten plenty of duck meals in my time in China. One of the best was a broth I had in my last week in Wuhu, which was comprised mainly of what I thought was black tofu, but what turned out to be duck blood. Not only duck blood, but duck heart and lung, served with spicy hot peppers and vegetables.
My crowning ...
Whew...what madness this all is! Time is literally flying by and at the same time moving slower than the relationship between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy. Come to think it, also mirroring Pride and Prejudice, my relationship with China is seemingly one of love and hate.
I've been going through periods of near depression over missing home. I've been crying frequently, which,as everyone can probably attest to, is not completely out of the normal for me. However, these ...