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... ces dernières nuits. Ce n'est pas que je suis trop lâche pour écrire en chinois, mais j'écris les traits des caractères chinois trop lentement et je suis incapable de me rappeler comment écrire chaque mot sans utiliser Pleco sur mon cellulaire. Pleco, application pour appareils mobiles, est un dictionnaire chinois-anglais avec un système de carte et d'une reconnaissance manuscrite des caractères. De plus, le sujet du cours n'est pas du tout ...
... from Guting. Guang Hua is the market for geeks. You can find any electronic components (CPU, motherboard, hard drive, modem, etc.) and geeks can build their own computer. I bought a new wireless mouse and a keyboard protection skin for my laptop. Then I walked around and found HTC Coffee. I drank something but taste not so good and ate at Burger King.
Sorry in two weeks it's midterm exams period, so I won't have time to post a new blog. See you in two weeks!
... spent New Years on the plane. during the flight we got to talking with one of the flight attendants and she told us that there was a flight leaving from Taiwan to Thailand at 9 am so are talked to the flight desk and they let us switch toe flights. This was supper convenient because otherwise would would have been stuck ...
... was weaving and bumps which got to me and I thought I was gonna be sick! The grounds were really nice to walk around, relax, and eat some ice-cream. There are tons of places like these in Taiwan....beautiful hideaways that you can visit for an afternoon, or morning. We then took a shorter bus ride to a nearby town for lunch. The street food was amazing (deep fried mushrooms anyone?) and I found a local temple that had some ...
... from California, further confusing me, and they too spoke no Chinese. Together we stumbled through the Airport until we arrived at the Customs line. I saw other foreigners here filling out lengthy documents, so I approached the kiosk asking what I needed to fill out. The man asked my nationality, to which I answered 'American'. Apparently this meant all I had to do was fill in my name and home address and proceed to enter their ...