Fraternal Cooperation International
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... who is our Social Studies teacher. And finally there is Mr. Patton who teaches English for a class that's English level is lower then the rest of the grade. My roommate was Ricky who will appear many times in this blog. He was born in China but lived for most of his life in America only to come back to China again .
... 233;ndào) leads into the complex, lined with statues of guardian animals and officials, with a front gate consisting of a three-arches, painted red, and called the "Great Red Gate". The Spirit Way, or Sacred Way, starts with a huge stone memorial archway lying at the front of the area. Constructed in 1540, during the Ming Dynasty, this archway is one of the biggest stone archways in China today. This is where we could have bought the umbrella's for Kate's ...
... The homes are not up to modern day standards. Most of them still do not have a bathroom so the families need to come out to use the public bathroom. We were allowed to go into one of the homes and it only consisted of a bedroom and sitting area. The kitchen area was across the courtyard. We also went into the local meat and vegetable market and it was like something you would see 100 years ago. There was not refrigeration.
We also went to see the Temple of ...
... It was an amazing day, we all wore Santa hats, and the most entertaining thing was watching everyone else’s reactions!! We sang carols on the subway, at various locations, along the street, in the restaurants and in the more touristy areas around Tiananmen square got photographed A LOT and videoed!!!! It was so funny, the looks of amusement on their faces! Some places were proper bars, others little kiosks, restaurants, real local cafes, and a couple ...
... at 5pm, and I had spotted some market stalls down a side street, just at the start of the pedestrian section of the street, which were starting to fill up. We gave it until about 6pm (four beers), and wandered back to marvel at the sights and smells.
The foods on offer were extreme and almost exclusively on a stick, Snake, Silkworm, Squid, Spider, Cuttlefish, sadly no chicken, lamb or beef. As we walked down, I was looking hopefully for a ...