Crystal International Jingdu Business Hotel
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... engaging and I was pretty gripped. It felt like a soup opera ending as Pau finished with "and the Dragon lady killed her!" (Dum dum dum-dum-dum-dum-dum)
Wills was in charge of giving the tip but instead of giving Pau his and Mr Bye his separately he gave the whole lot to Pau and hoped he would do the honourable thing. Poor Mr Bye, ...
... say there isn't anything to do in Kunming and there really isn’t but we met nice couch surfers, got some great tips for our journey and had a great dinner the following night so it worked out alright.
In Lijiang we were welcomed from our next couch surfer host, Terry! We told him our plan of going to the Tiger Leaping Gorge (thanks to Amy and Joel for recommending this) Terry decided to become terribly ...
... go! It's way too cold for local people to want to be out, and it is not a tourist season or during a Chinese holiday. So we pretty much had the Great Wall to ourselves, the subways were not too unbearably crowded, and the weather wasn't as cold as I was expecting which was nice.
Our returning flight home, Colleen and I watched "It's A Wonderful Life," and every day I am living this adventure, I am reminded that is it...it definitely is.
... being blacklisted, loss of business license, but even imprisonment.
CSR is being given greater attention – majorly among multinational companies and mature companies only though. Particularly new entrants seem to have a “first we need to make profit, then we can think of CSR” attitude – in my eyes, the complete wrong way to go about it.
In the evening, we were invited by Conrad hotel, which just opened ...
... so if you were a writer than you had a book at the door. The doors lead into courtyards which have four houses off them, these are then given to family members by rank or importance of both the position and the person, so who is most important??? Why the parents of course so they get the North facing building, then the son gets the east, daughter the west and the south was normally for the guests. All the Hutongs are now heritage listed so if you want to knock it down ...