Golden Port Hotel (Jingang Dajiudian)
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... drainpipe. I stare at her grinding my teeth wondering when is fat ***** going to breath? She stabs the surface of her oversized cellphone and slaps it onto a fleshy cheek and begins another tirade. Through her breathless rant I make out a few Chinese words as she waves another arm wobble/chain jangling arm and waved goodby. A half an hour later, another knock on the door and it's " fat *****" with a Chinese couple hot on her heals. She leads ...
... the problem is, I would like to have the matter resolved and put this behind me. Today my new employer phoned to let me know that the release letter had arrived but they could not use it as is was more like a warning for people not to employ me as I was tardy, boring and spoke funny. I never had any complaints or reprimands from the school, so you can imagine my surprise when the letter arrived. Not only was the trip to Yinchuan costly but it has also proved to be futile ...
... due to tax purposes and than changed to RMB as its a Chinese based company.
Finally I had a meeting with Mr Shen, the company partner in charge of the Hanzhou office to discuss my further relationship with the company and strategies for approaching Dutch clients.
I finished off the week by a trip to Shanghai right before my departure back home.
... and our temple
sightseeing adventures. Because the
island is run by Buddhist Monks, one of the most popular temples to visit is
that of Guanyin, a Bodhisatva and according to Chinese who study taoism, she is
an immortal and an important part of the afterlife. Tourists from all over often venture to
Putuoshan to see her statute, but just as with the Great Wall many of the said
tourists seemed more interested in taking pictures of us. ...
... including the 33m tall Guanyin statue). We could also see the ocean, but it was not a very clear day so you could not see very far.
After seeing Mount Putuo, we headed on to Zhoushan and the Luting Grand Hotel. Concert number three followed shortly. It was not as cold as in Ningbo, but the audience was also not as engaged.