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... their habits resembles these from Chinese ones.From Chinese people I learned a lot about their education and how much communism influenced their thinking and the way they act, how it is to work with them and communicate.So to celebrate all this I went dancing one last time and again even in the club I took a moment to realize that I was dancing between Chinese people, in a huge unknown Chinese city, with all other backgrounds than me.At the end of the week ...
... like no one else does. Most of the time I work…. But the big difference I do it in another country. In China I worked Monday till Friday. And yes in weekends or holidays I would spent my days in a Chinese city. So I want to make clear, my live isn’t all about party, vacation, drinking and eating. It is only the part I will take pictures off… So if money is your excuse: Find another job in the country you want to travel ...
... you die. Together with Kate I played drums... It's guitar hero version with... Drums .. And after I played a game of air hockey. Both games I lost but I had fun.
In the meanwhile , Lily met a friend who wanted to show us a bar of his friend.
I was impressed by this bar, it was small but very cozy and the atmosphere reminded me of my favorite bar at home. The guy bought us cocktails all night. Apparently in China it's the task of the guy to take care of the ...
... red glass of wine (it is Friday after all). The menu has a big choice of dishes, Italian, French, Malaysian, Chinese... To start I ordered lobster soup and the main course would be grilled lamb.
I can only tell: JUMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmie DE-LI-CIOUS!!!
After I enjoyed my time here, I went to my favourite other place to escape the city: The corner. I drank two mojitos, one mango flavoured and one with sparkling wine in it. Florence and the ...
by Julia Powalla
"How do you teach?"
It was the guy with the glasses from the third row, who had asked. He looked right into my eyes. He Wu had introduced the other Julia as 'a writer' (resulting in oohs and aahs moaning through the hall) and myself as 'a teacher'. After the common handclapping had finished, the other Julia had quickly explained, that I’m a writer, too, causing another respectful murmuring.
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