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... There was a lot of yelling and laughing throughout the ceremony, so this wasn't weird at all. The whole thing is really a show and lots of fun.
There was a bubble machine that seemed to go off whenever something especially fun happened. I liked that part.
Next the 250 attendees (who were very casually dressed I must add - like jeans/tshirt casual) headed into the restaurant for the lunch. What a great ...
... also labeled the movie as a great "mother-daughter" bonding movie...hmm I guess I like watching those movies too...alone. *sob*
That's all for now. I have to cry myself to sleep or something. But in all seriousness think about watching the three films: You Are The Apple Of My Eye and My Old Classmate, for that stereotypical Chinese romance. And The Joy Luck Club if you just want to watch a great ******* movie.
Peace and Asian Love,
... to the Forbidden City. We finally worked out where the tourist office was and finally entered the city to be amazed by its scale, precision and beauty. We most enjoyed the palace gardens which were beautiful however Stephen did take a fancy to a giant iron Turtle which guarded the palace entrance. After spending several hours in the Forbidden city we headed out to walk around Tienanmen Square. We were amazed by a propaganda video which played ...
... the hotel considering the day we had had in Guangzhou 3 hrs for a shower and nap and then back to the airport to negotiate all the security checks before finally boarding our plane to Amsterdam.
One persistent memory was their insistence to ALWAYS stand behind the yellow line! We did manage to get into trouble a few times in the short time we were there. ...
... the way home. Those stairs were exhausting.
We all decided to shower and change before going to dinner. Anna, Najung, Yao, Siliang, Phoenix and I had dinner with their friends from a couple nights ago, William and Wes. We shared a nice meal together in the same area from yesterday before deciding rather spontaneously to go karaoke-ing.
I'll admit it: I was skeptical. Karaoke in the States consists of a bunch of awkward teenagers half-heartedly flipping through songs ...