Fraternal Cooperation International
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Rachel gets out and goes into the gas station with him. Somehow, they come out with the driver seeming to have an idea of where he is going. As we are driving along the long dark straight road, we finally see a sign in Mandarin and English, pointing to our resort. Relief!! Just moments later, the taxi driver turns off to the right and we are thinking hmmmm,what now. Then we arrive at another Hot Springs resort with a similar name, but not the right one. ...
... collects on the curb where the neighborhood sorts it for value. The pile eventually is picked up, usually daily, even hourly, by a bicycle collection guy, then off to the collection center.
The general condition of Chinese bikes is worn out. Rust, missing spokes, frayed cables, bent wheels and frames, loose chains, broken pedals – no problem. Bikes last for decades in China. There are traditional repair shops around ...
... Why do you like it so much?"
"I love the storytelling." I explained. "The photography creates a story. The styling grabs my attention the most because I like how it expresses people. I am not all the obsessed about brands. I am more about the style. I care more on how people put it together."
"See, I like fashion magazines." Eric said. "It is advertisement at its finest. I like the simple photography and old school fonts."
I kept ...
... earth temple, sun temple and the water temple. The Chinese doctor was interesting......... They told me that I had no medical issues and that might I got a migraine. The pearl maker was great, they taught us how to recognise real and fake ones. found an earring and necklace set where the pearls were 18 years old and the setting was sterling ...
... was at the Ambassador's residence in the grounds of the British Embassy, and was very nice! Fish & chips, mulled wine, and some nice stalls. We went for a couple of hours for a wander around, all in the name of 'networking' of course!
After our wonderful free stay at the Four Season's Hotel, our very lovely friend invited us back there for a cocktail reception celebrating the gradual opening of the hotel. We didn't really know what to expect, we were able to take ...