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... It seems like a pretty interesting app. Anyone living in a city should look into it as an alternative to public transportation.
We got to the rooftop bar and were just blown away by the view of the Shanghai skyline. I was pretty sick of listening to Disney talk all night but it was worth another hour of it for the view I was being treated to. I had brought my ultra portable Canon G16 point and shoot camera with me but its lens just ...
... de l’hotel per comprar alguna bossa que ens feia falta (“Same, same”). Ens agraden tots els vestits que porten les noies i no sabem on se’ls compren. L’Elena diu que li agradaria només portar vestits.
Com que estem en un aparthotel fem alguns àpats a “casa”. Que bé poder tornar a fer servir les nostres estovalles vermelles, menjar amanides i pasta amb salsa de tomàquet que comprem ...
... bus 3 and 1. We took some photos and were then ushered inside. The students were treated to some traditional Chinese cultural activities in 4 separate classrooms and could move between all of them. There was calligraphy, picking up marbles with chop sticks, pick up sticks, traditional loose sleeve dancing, stencilling and Chinese warrior mask painting. All with the assistance of the Chinese students. After this we had our first concert. This was very interesting. I am not ...
... in class that there are 60 million vacant apartments in China that are newly built and set to be occupied with people over the next several years. Every 5 years the government comes out with a "plan" so to speak, basically a super long and official document of where China is headed in the next 5 years. The current 5 year plan calls for mass urbanization...numbers of just how much range from 100-300 million people that the government is moving to the cities. ...
... that I am 'lovely', offered me a job at the kindergarten she works at, and decided that she wants to set me up with one of her friends! If the latter comes up again I think I'll invent a boyfriend back home to avoid any awkward situations! :P We met for about an hour and a half and it was clear to me that her English is perfectly fine. She understood everything I said except the word 'beige', and I think anyone can live quite happily without beige in ...