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... Town", appox 60kms from Shanghai, this town is one of the four most famous towns of Southern China. With a history spanning over 1500 years, it is a traditional town surrounded by canals and waterways, and graced with 52 decorative arch canal bridges. With the local shops in sight, the girls and fellow students make a dash for their bargaining expeditions. Bartering for their goods is now a natural affair to them, all wanting bragging rights for having secured ...
... called the game of death while they taught us some Chinese games. We managed to make friends with a girl called Dian-dian who offered to show us around Suzhou tomorrow which she must have thought was a brilliant idea at the time until we understood how poor her English was and how poor our Chinese was. I’m wondering now if we will get a phone call from her tomorrow or not. Oliver seems to think so since she ...
... and northwest that were being battered by huge rain storms and resulting floods and landslides. A 4 year old boy brought out dishes and Yuan brought out the menus and took our orders. Yuan does _everything!_. We had some absolutely delicious Chinese dishes of rice, chicken, and other things. Kids even got pop, parents were thirsty enough for Tsingtao beers and waters.
We were planning on going to a Chinese food cooking, but Yuan was on the phone a couple of times ...
... angry i can catch Santi (another student in the class) or anyone in our class. I can also catch Mr. Corry to come to my home for a cup of chinese tea, and Miss A for a cup of cofee" My favorite one by far haha
Entry #3 - If you could live anywhere in the world where would you live and why?
"United Sate of America. Because america is the most developed country in the world. I like NBA stars there. Also i can eat delicious food other then rice. I want to ...
... stint, burnt us out for our visit and we were just pleased when we found a relatively cheap hotel to drop our bags off. The city has fantastic archictecture along the famous Bund, evidence of French, Portugeuse and English buildings as we strolled along the river in the early evening. We also were fortunate to visit the Yu gardens and the old quarter of Shanghai which, although buzzing with tourists and people selling worthless tatt to tourists, was a wee peak into the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility