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... now because we don’t know what will happen tomorrow.
So, what is my overall feeling? Sadness. Sad that I didn’t pick it up at the time. But more, sadness that relationships between western people & Chinese people take another body blow, another backward step.
Another thought: Were the prices he quoted per jin (about 500 g) and so did each item cost about twice what I thought as ...
I went to church with my friend Phil today. And no, it was not in Chinese, the service was in English :P Today I realized how much I've gotten used to hearing the people around me talk only in Chinese. Just as we walked in for the service, I heard a guy talking to his son in English and it threw me off for a second. It sounded so weird to hear someone who wasn't one of my friends, speak perfect English!
Overall, it was pretty good. I loved it because I got to see and meet ...
... alone in a big place, these restaurants are used to having like 15 people per group, I don't think they see individuals come in very often. Now, after having been shown some places there is food everywhere, seriously. Not being able to read you would never know, but when you go in these tiny holes in the wall there are small restaurants that serve really good food. And most meals cost about 15 RMB close to $3. breakfast is usually from a small cart ...
... Grand_Cana l_(China)
That article is peppered with comments like "In 12 BC, to solve the problem of the Grand Canal having to use 100 miles (160 km) of the perilous course of the Yellow River in Northern Jiangsu, a man named Li Hualong opened the Jia Canal." Think about that for a moment … A guy is heading off to work in the morning. His wife asks “What are you ...
... br> I find their struggle to decide which emotion to display very entertaining to
watch. Experiencing the same thing in Beijing last year has definitely prepared
me for this trip, although it doesn’t make it any easier. I can’t blame people
for being curious, so the stares are just something I’m going to have to get
used to. A lot of people have asked about me and Ashley’s hair (she has twists)
but neither of us speak enough Chinese to explain ...