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... for these standardized tests 4 hours a day? And then you had those weekend classes too? You don't? Oh, that's right--cause American students don't prepare for them. Chinese schools and many Asian ones do just that. They drill, and they drill some more. The reason? Because they want those headlines that say "Chinese schools on top" so we all freak out.
As an American, I recall 1. not ever studying for these standardized tests and 2. them being a huge joke and a ...
... just got back from the Macau version of Cirque du Soleil--The House of Dancing Water. It was Chinese acrobats meets high diving, meets evil knievil (motorcycles flying through the air) meets Swimming Vegas Show girls. It had something for everyone. The motorcycles showed up towards the end and they didn't really fit with the theme of the show but the Chinese audience loved it. Tomorrow it's back to HK to stay with Cousin Amy and ...
... elevated walkway to the IFC and then to the Landmark building.
From the Landmark we then walked to the mid-levels escalator and took it to Hollywood road and then walked along to Wyndham street.
We found the gallery and spent a half hour or so looking at the paintings, then left for Ice House street.
It was in this street that a large Ice House was located to provided the only source of ice for the city of ...
... some food and drinks and then headed back into central Hong Kong to eat some typical cheap family Hong Kong food. We went down a dirty back alley and sat down, washed our own dishes, then had a meal of fried oysters and clay pots filled with rich, pork, Chinese sausages and chicken feet....MMMM. Ed was loving watching us struggle through one toe of a chicken foot....that's all he made us eat. That's all for Hong Kong....would love to come back here.....it is ...
... every visitor to Hong Kong. A special tram ascends the
mountain at a steep incline to reach this spot. A huge, oddly shaped
building is on top of the peak with all manner ...