Fortune Grand Hotel
Travel Blogs from Yingkou
... influence with the building of the Chinese Eastern Railway through Harbin to Vladivostok. Some poor Korean farmers moved there. In Chung Guondong many Han farmers, mostly from Shandong peninsula moved there.
Japan replaced Russian influence in the southern half of Inner Manchuria as a result of the Russo-Japanese War in 1904–1905. Most of the southern branch of the Chinese Eastern Railway (the section from Changchun to Port Arthur (Japanese: ...
... Fireworks are awesome, but there is something seriously wrong when it's a well-known fact that it's safer to light them with a cigarette rather than a lighter/match.
Here's a less exciting entry about the time I got sick and everyone had fun in Changsha without me. Better than it sounds? Who knows? There's only one way to know.
... involved again and there's not much that needs to be done. One-offs? I ***** a bit. Ongoings? I ***** a bit more. And then I plot. Not revenge, of course. Solutions. You know, the kind of solutions that are best served cold.
So today was my first day without Regina. Nobody to translate for me, tell me what silly little thing I had to do to make this guy happy when he showed up, or make excuses on my behalf as I tried to weasel out of them ... and it hit me ...
... becoming rich - who knows if what I'm saying is just some crazy western idea or not? It's best not to start laughing every time he opens his mouth, or we just might never stop.
And that's my story.
P.S. There is a backdated story from our earlier Willads (which is what I've decided to call my "Wild Adventures", get it into the lexicon people!!!). If you missed it and want to read all my opinions about Chinese Tour Groups, it's here!
... detailed in simple terms how to attain some reasonable goals, before finally reaching:
- I will see what is, and I will not waste my time dreaming of living in any world that I'm not already in.
- If I want something, I will first accept that I don't have it, then make my way from there.
- I will continue to learn, to grow, because that is what I do.
Acceptance is the grace of the ...