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... of the week. I have eaten so many bowls or Ramen noodles that when I toot it smells like soup.
Friday was still pretty similar to the rest of the week with the exception that it was Halloween. Our hotel and many of the shops in the mall were all decorated and there were hundred of kids shrieking around from store to store trick or treating. I think Chinese people look for excuses to dress up in costumes as many of the people ...
... and the parents are heavily fined by the government. Chinese people we talked to said they understand this policy because of the need for population control, and also that they cannot afford more than one child. Our guide also said that with one child, the parents concentrate on this child and give them opportunities in the arts and sports which would not be as possible with more than one child. Ping Pong is one of the top Chinese sports and ...
... was scared to step onto the glass floor, but I was brave and showed her how to do it. It was fun! From the tower we could see many of the places we have visited.
When we returned to the ground, Auntie Rachel and I went to enjoy some tea so she could relas. She was so nervous!
Tonight we went to see the Shanghai Acrobats. These people are very strong and can do some really ...
... 8217;s hand again “Zai Jian! Zai Jian! (Goodbye! Goodbye!)”
I ended up walking with the tour guide for the rest of the time in the market, having her all to myself to ask what sort of vegetable was this? Winter Melon. Or what type of meat is that? Cow stomach. It was great to have my own personal guide to the market. She helped me purchase some very delicious almonds that had a nice spicy coating to ...
... and out in about two minutes. What was that all about? We didn't get it at all and were glad we hadn't waited two hours to see it. (Later, back home, I discovered that the seeds were from China’s Kunming Institute of Botany, a partner in Kew Royal Botanic Gardens’ Millennium Seed Bank Project.) In short, even though others were impressed with the UK pavilion, we just didn't know what to make of it. It was strikingly "innovative" but there wasn't anything ...