Chongqing Aoti Hotel
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This was the day we all went to a relocation tour of a house
of a resident who had been relocated to a new apartment provided by the
government due to the flooding of the Yangtze River to do the 3 Gorges project.
This was an optional tour off the cruise boat. We chose this
instead of checking out a high red pagoda which we saw from the boat anyway. The
local guide interpreted for us and we could ask any questions we ...
... to lower Manhattan or Hong Kong. However, when walking many of the inner streets there was a more 'countryside feeling': people with baskets, fruit sellers, small stalls and people with small workshops literally set up on the pavement.
It has been a special stay since we had the opportunity to spend some time with some young Chinese friends of friends that are living in the city. ...
... up a nice Jade bracelet, and a purple Jade bracelet with 'Pichu' on it, which is the constipated dragon...meaning he takes all the money in and keeps it....The Chinese are very focused on wealth, money , status and are very superstitious ..was learning all about Feng shui and Yin and Yang. They tie coloured ribbons around the lions for good luck, wealth happiness and longevity. Interesting seeing the old and new China side by side. The different provinces ...
Many of the people here like to sight how the Iraq and Afghanistan war were terrible and that we only went in there for oil. Now, I agree to a large degree with that statement, but none the less, I wanted to turn the subject on them. So the next question in my class was, what would happen if the two tallest buildings in Beijing got bombed and about 3000 people were killed. The first response from every student in every class was that it was impossible. They ...
... not the dirty kind). A ten minute walk from the university is a large vegtable market. This same street is loaded with massage shops. While we walked there my friends, including john, warned me that a Chinese massage does not feel good while it is happening, and in fact, is quite painful. They said that afterwards it is worth it, and I will be very relaxed. We were told of a good one opened by a blind man. As we walked up to the shop, there was an old man sitting on a stool with ...