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Dear family and friends,
I may have a window to write in this blog. I am in the hallway at Beijing Royal High School in Beijing. This is the best place for WIFI access and there are kids lining the wall trying to chat with friends and family. I may get kicked off but I will try to at least write.
We spent our last night in Shandong and got up early, at 5:45 am to catch a bullet ...
... the meal. I was served coke and you cannot take a drink unless somebody cheers you, or vice versa. The father and uncle were very respectful, they would not smoke or drink while I was in their home since I do not indulge. The Chinese will always try to give you "face" (respect) and you should give face back as much as possible. However, the Chinese are so gracious that it is almost embarrassing how much they kowtow (bow ...
... a dryer and always hang their clothes up to dry. Only the richest Chinese would have a dryer.
The kids will be taking the YCT (Youth Chinese Test) this afternoon. In fact, they are either reviewing or they are taking the test right now. We will see how they do. I don't believe the test will be the hard for our students. They will be taking different level tests according to their previous ...
... sweet, Sichuan- hot chili peppers and garlic, Zhejiang-Fresh, not greasy, fish and dimsum, and Hunan-Hot and spicy.
Of course, all most all of these cuisines can be found in most provinces and have influenced each other over time. So the next time you eat Chinese, unless you are eating at a buffet, pay attention to what you are eating. :)
P.S. The Chinese would not like PF Chang or Peiwei; the sweetness would make them sick.
Next, we learned how to make paper cuts. This process takes patience and time. To complete a small paper cut (greeting card size), it takes about 8 hours. Some of the larger poster-sized paper cuts take about 3 days ( 8 hours each day). We were able to cut and create the character for happiness, which is "xi."
Chinese wood block prints look easy to do, but require the following steps: Roll a ...