Donghe Garden Hotel
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... Corruption is a high issue. Current government is working on this. Many corrupt Chinese folks headed to US . . . (Wonder where they are located . . .)
Boys to girls. 180 million single young people. 60 percent are men. Real problem. Marriages no longer stable. Thirty percent of young couples divorce. Night clubs are now very popular. Tourism is becoming very popular. Only ten percent of Chinese people have religion ...
... 3! Then Penny blew out the candle that was sitting in the middle of the rug.
THEN IT'S CAKE TIME!! Delicious cake with homemade whipped topping and an orange glaze :) I am pretty sure that birthday's are only celebrated like this at our school. Public schools in China are much more strict and I cannot imagine them taking time out of their day to eat cake and have family visit.
We have two more birthday tomorrow! This means two whole cakes in one day...oh boy!
... out and we all clapped in gratitude for the excellent dinner. He was tickled at the acknowledgement. The next morning I found that the anniversary couples had each received a dozen red roses and another cake in their room. One of the two ladies was teary eyed when sharing what had happened. This particular couple had never traveled in a group before and for their 50th anniversary to receive this attention was beyond ...
... and the river is calm and tranquil. We got to the beginning of the stairs and took some photos at the large Chinese inscription of Diao Yu Cheng. Then we started climbing. Half way up heavy breathing was breaking through Emiko and Mitseru’s smiles. There is a temple at this point and it’s a bit of a resting stop. Mitseru asked how much more I told him we were about half way. He laughed and said we should head back down. I felt really bad. I had Paul ask the lady at the ...
... on the street, but this man was actually relatively nice and pretty fun, so I gave him some yuan. He left very quickly after that. I have no idea if he actually will actually use that money to go to Sichuan, but he was pretty old and seemed to have been through quite a bit, so I deviated from what I usually do. Anyways didn’t write a word of my blog that day.
On Saturday morning, one six of my students and one friend (who is a student, but not mine) took me to a ...