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... train, perhaps because of their limited English (although that didn't stop the Russians). When I go to pour hot water into my pickled cabbage flavoured noodles, I hear the carriage attendant say '**** you', I'm surprised but then he says 'Liv-pool', 'Stev-Gerrad' and I realise he said '****-ball'. I laugh and he indicates 'England very good', 'Italy very bad'. The last Liverpool supporter I met was the Mongolian that ...
I'm sorry I haven't updated you all in a while. I've been pretty busy and then I got sick and then I was busy again. In this instalment of Emily's adventures in Jinan, I discuss the zoo, climbing mountains, going to the doctor, and the newest additions to my family. Since I last updated you all, I received my first paycheck which was very nice to get. Due to some miscommunication on the school's part, I was expecting to get paid a month before I actually would. I ...
A gourmet seafood lunch
Went to 小青島and 中山公圉
Qingdao, 5 hrs on a bus to 濟南(Jinan)
8 types of dumplings for dinner, plus many other dishes. Ducky, my favorite. A big
Flooding in our hotel washroom, The Grand Tower Hotel , horrific experience. We had changed our room.
... in China on my last trip was Nanjing, and as it happed Kathy from Shanghai was going to be in Nanjing the next day (Sunday). She offered to meet me there and show me around if I wanted. Of course I said yes, especially as I was already in Shandong Provence, part of the way to Nanjing.
So as the rest of the guys headed North back to Beijing, I took a South-bound train. This was actually my split from the ASC tour, as the other delegates had Sunday-morning planes to ...
... It's a nice size hall (600 seats) with pretty good sound. I've definitely performed in better halls in China, but I've also performed in far worse (Zhuji, for instance!). Anyway, 60,000 students attend Shandong University, and campus appears to be enormous. I uploaded a couple of pictures, but I decided not take a picture of the Karl Marx Center for Economics. Something about stopping and taking a picture of that just seemed to be asking for trouble!
As I always ...