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... to be weighed precisely in accordance to the panada's eating potential and dietary requirements. Once prepared, the time had come to finally feed the panda.
The keeper took us back to the feeding cage and then opened the hatch, shouting out "Soochi," the panda's name. Within seconds this giant panada came into the feeding cage and stood up near the bars waiting to be fed. It was honestly one of the most special moments we had witnessed and we both couldn't resist ...
... class, we continued to work on the pandas. In addition to the original panda, we learned how to paint them in different poses. I asked our Calligraphy teacher to paint the characters step by step. This proved to be extremely helpful for everyone in the class. Our characters are getting much better as time goes by, but they are still pretty ******. Painting pandas is something we are much more successful at. Someone in the group mentioned that we are all struggling ...
... another when we saw a lone ‘Asian looking’ man in a speedo sun bathing along the waterway to Macau. I couldn’t help myself so we approached the man and asked what he was doing - he was from Australia!
o Dark is bad – white is good
· Sights of young Pretty little Chinese girls/women holding onto fat old white foreigners
o Not sure what the locals think ...
... gadgets, CDs, SIM cards and mobile phones, most of them fake was simply phenomenal. At that moment Dasha was getting hungrier and the only thing the neighborhood offered was silicon for appetizers, entrée and deserts. Finally we walked away, found a noodle shop, had some soup and got on a taxi to the Tibetan quarter. We were driven past the statue of the Chairman Mao and Sasha’s dream of seeing that awe-inspiring monument came true.
On arrival to the ...
It seems like all we have been doing since we arrived in China is riding around on buses and trains; since we arrived only a week and a half ago we have already been on 2 over-night trains and 3 long-haul bus rides. And now we were due to face our longest ever journey: 20 hours on the train from Kunming to Chengdu. Our train left at 6:30pm and arrived at 2:20pm the following day and we'd booked two hard sleeper beds; the other four people in our cabin where very sweet and we managed to ...