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Travel Blogs from Tianjin
It was dinner time, during a break between my classes, and I was walking to a near-by restaurant to get some. And I passed a guy sitting near … 3 turtles. Two sere stranded upside down and one was walking a little but being encouraged back near the other two by the guy. Mmmm, interesting.
Just another day at work, right?
I arrived and the Ayi (cleaning lady) let me into work. (I like to get there about an hour before the centre opens so I can get my classes prepared without interruptions.
As I wandered over to clock in, I noticed it was pretty dark inside, there were no lights on … Huh?
I tried to clock in. The machine that usually thanks me in Chinese after I clock ...
The caddie was good at finding balls that had been shot into the rough or weeds at the edge of the fairway, and who was I not to allow her to show her skills?
She carried in her bag on the trundler some sand to repair the fairway after we had been a bit low in our shots and taken too much turf with the ball. She could top up her little bag from a container at each tee.
We had a stop after a couple of hours when ...
... last as long as fruit does that you buy from Walmart or Kroger at home. Bananas in particular go bad in a couple of days so I avoid buying them here because I know I won't be able to eat them all in time. This evening we went to go eat HotPot with the group. This HotPot was a do it yourself type thing so you selected your meats and vegetable and broth and you cooked it all on your own at a little cooking station. This was like hot pot fast ...
... boom and China's adoption of a more capitalist economy they seem to have a different economic model. About 10% of China is wealthy while the other 90% all makes the same amount of money. This is unlike the traditional idea of a country under communist reign. So, these malls attract tourists and that wealthy 10%. The common people seem to do most of their shopping at cheaper markets, malls, or online because it is more affordable. Dr. Berglee told ...
- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking