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... 160; In the last 10 or 15 years or so the Chinese have been given access to American public television. They thought all along we were just as poor as them and now they have seen what we have and they want that. They are very materialistic and will spend all their paycheck on something "name brand" versus something practical. They want American cars, too. Starting in 2015, the Chinese government has made a deal with Ford to bring over the American mustang. Cost for ...
... from the plane - it is a long way!! Very clean and the toilets in excellent condition. You have to put the used toilet paper in bins next to the toilet. And no sign of squat toilets. We found our APT guide, not easy as the throng of thousands and thousands of people waiting for arrivals made you feel that you were on the red carpet. Everyone was yelling and waving excitedly, it was a very happy sound! Our drive to the hotel was exhilaratingly dangerous! In between ...
... is a knockoff here." I said. China is full of knockoff. You could basically find any knockoff of a product you want. Foreigners love to shop for fake designer bags, clothes, and goodies at markets like Yashow or the Silk Market.
After the bookstore, I walked to my community meeting. The meeting was quite long. Kevin, the dean of student, announced that he was leaving TBC in May. So sad to hear that. He then introduced his potential replacement named Nick, who works ...
Once we were done with lunch, we checked out the street. Mohini found a stand selling chicken with bread. I told her to ask the vendor to add spice to it. She and I shared it. It was so yummy.
Following lunch, we went to a presentation from Fr. Eugene about the religions of the Silk Road. It was interesting to learn how foreign religions influenced Chinese society.
Then, the Silk Road ...
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Probably the most renowned event that has taken place in Tian’anmen square are the protests which took place there in 1989. The most iconic image that emerged from this period was a man standing in front of a tank and refusing to move. The protests were largely student-led, but were supported by many citizens and called for freedom of speech and press, restorations of workers’ control of industry and government accountability. The protests ...