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... and then go back home. Every day, entire buses of Mainlanders are dropped of in shopping areas, and you can instantly spot them for their poor taste and the huge suitcases they're dragging around. These suitcases are empty at the beginning of the day, but are slowly filled up towards the end. On the two occasions that I went to China, the locals warned me about how unsafe it was. They told me to make sure I would hold my bag firmly and be careful ...
... assignment. My Boston colleagues Bill Ebsworth and Harry Lange spent a decade there learning the markets and came back to Boston in triumph, becoming Chief Investment Officer and the Magellan Fund manager, respectively, and recently retiring after 25 years stints. My own path had me raise 4 kids (an impossibility in China) and retire comfortably after nearly 20 years of being a professional stock picker and devoting myself to keeping the global Jewish story fresh and alive in the 21st ...
... which celebrate the Year of the Horse - which is my year!
After an exhausting day at Disney we flopped again, and then the following morning woke up early so I could take Chris up the Peak to see the view, which I had promised him is stunning. Unfortunately we got there so early that all we could see was cloud, but Chris did like the Peak Tram with the steep incline up the hill. After this we went back to the hotel to pack up and get ready to catch the train to China.
... trains are so busy but there is order. There are signs telling you where to stand and not to eat, and people follow everything! So the trains are very clean, unlike Vancouver, because since nobody can eat, there is no garbage.
Anyways, their apartment has a water view and park view, which is crazy because the buildings are so close together here. We had dim sum and chatted with the many neighbours and relatives of ...
... up outside a big blockhouse type building and the taxi driver pointed confirming that it was our destination. I paid him, he quickly returned the change and then opened the boot and left us on the edge of the road with our bags. So it turns out we weren't being sold into slavery and our "helper" was in fact being helpful. We entered the train station and sat in a very large waiting room, I have to say it was very efficient, a big area had been designated for ...