Fullon Hotel Taipei
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- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... de ma note 73%. :-) Même la prof m'a félicité en me remettant le papier.
Le jour suivant, j'ai présenté un livre pour enfants qui s'intitule I love you like crazy cakes que j'ai traduit de l'anglais au chinois pour mon cours d'Introduction à la traduction. Ce livre raconte l'histoire d'une femme étrangère qui va en Chine adopter une fille. La présentation orale vaut 10% du cours.
Mercredi le 4 novembre, j'ai eu une autre ...
... me I didn't so much that morning) so I bought four sponge cake skewers (I got Sponge Bob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs and Gary). Sponge cake in Chinese is 雞蛋糕 but the first character ji is the word for chicken. I find its funny. Then we walked and chat, took some pictures and around 6 pm, we decided to come back home. But we weren't a bit lost and we waited bus, since we were waiting a long time, we finally decided to take cab. Because we were five people ...
Today, after work I went to an absolutely beautiful temple just outside of Taipei called Guandu Temple that was built in 1661!! I chose a good time to go, during the week, ************e was there! The best word I could use to describe it was BREATHTAKING!! The views were incredible and the architecture was just beautiful, it was hard carved over 300 years ago!! The stairs outside you could tell were very old as they ...
All packed (I think). Nearly time to head to the airport and catch my flight to Taipei to see my sister Paula and my nieces Sarah and little Bea.
Well here I am at Hong Kong airport 4 hours early oh dear what to do? Oh ok then I will go shopping!
Arrived Taipei and found Paula and Sarah. I have done ...
... Government online censorship has been essentially ineffective. Besides this, there are plenty of apathetic citizens in China who don't care about politics, and many more who actually support their government (gasp!).
I don't want to keep reiterating the same point, but I felt frustrated enough to want to write something down today. I'm tired of real Chinese people's lived experiences being drowned out by anti-China sentiments, especially when they come from the ...