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... and walked away.
I’m generally a confident traveller, obviously it depends on
the destination somewhat. Had I been in some tinpot hellhole like Congo or
Middlesbrough or somewhere equally as insane I’d have thought twice and
probably just given the required money but I trust the Chinese for the most
part. There’s little chance of getting gunned down in full view of the masses
here. (Ok ok, yes…but let’s not go there on ...
... Monica said I was getting better with my Chinese. However, she said that I needed to work on tones.
Following class, I had lunch with Karena and Stephanie at the cafeteria.
Then I ran off to my afternoon class.
After my afternoon class, while waiting for the elevator, I noticed a character above it was the same character for didi (little brother), except it was only half of the actual ...
... have been taking long lunches, gym breaks in the afternoon, and trips to the commissary. Next week, and important delegation from the US is coming in, and my co-intern and I are doing everything we can to sit in on some priority meetings and get some face time with the higher-ups. We're also plotting to attend the Independence Day party at the American Chamber of Commerce here, which is an expensive ticket, but might pay off in the long run. We've got to use ...
... of people milling about on the walk. Jason leads us out of the lakefront area to the last stop, which is essentially the end of the Summer Palace, the Benevolence and Longevity Hall. In this hall we can see the Dragon Lady’s throne and the images of the phoenix and the dragon. Here, the Dragon Lady conducted the business of nation while in residence at the Summer Palace. Outside of the hall stands the statute of Qin Ling, a mythical creature ...
... the rain. It was
actually a relaxing little trip out there. Walking up to the
Roman-styled Catholic cathedral located off the shopping distinct I
noticed something...odd. Directly in front of the church's front door
was a raised ridge leading to the street which ended under a small
stone gate standing by itself near the road. There were also two entrances besides the one with this
raised road. This Catholic church ...
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