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... it to him, that
He laughed too.
I laughed again.
We laughed together.
“200 yuan, you pay”
“But you didn’t take me to Dongsi”
“No it bloody isn’t!”
Eventually I got bored. It was cold, he had the luxury of
arguing from his nice warm cab, I was outside and needed a roast duck fix. ...
... with the English pronunciation instead of the Chinese way. She tried to make me repeat it again, but I kept doing the American way.
My mind refused to accept the Chinese pronunciation for latte since it was not a Chinese drink. It kept viewing latte as an American thing.
During break, Monica and Matthew laughed because they said that I was so American when I kept saying latte the English way. On the ...
... to Beijing, life has been pretty routine. At the embassy, we finally got in contact with our supervisor in DC, who gave us some projects related to China's state-owned enterprises and strategic emerging industries. It's pretty interesting, but very frustrating because it's very difficult to find any concrete policy information online. The Chinese govt doesn't make policy available to the public. In order to mediate this feeling of helplessness, my co-intern ...
... dotted with small rental boats as people take to the water to escape the shore. In the distance we can see the old Buddhist temple. Weeping willows line the walking path on the lakeside. We follow Jason as he leads us to another part of the lake and shows us the lotus flowers. During the summer the lotus flowers fill the lake with color. We sit for a bit watching the boats and listen to yet another musician. It is a peaceful moment, despite the ...
... When you stare down at what the poorly translated menu calls a
hamburger and realize you've had sliders bigger than that...sure our
huge portions are killing us with heart disease, but we miss that.
It being Sunday, some of us made a
point to make it to a mass with the international church that we'd heard about back at the orphanage. As if pulling on a polo shirt wasn't
difficult enough, we had to head out ...