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... babies that do this at an incredibly young age. If they need to poo, they either poo into something like a newspaper or a plastic bag or just on the ground. I have seen poo on the ground that i cant tell wether its canine or human. Im not quite sure how this system works when they are inside, i have to do more research. But i find it absolutely fascinating how they are toilet trained at such a young ...
... and beat the hell out of the CEO of it. After another hour in which a major discussion took place over where I was from (Sweden was mentioned but eventually someone zipped open my coat pocket and removed my passport and discovered I was British)
“Erm yeah. Can I have my passport back? Thanks”
Suddenly everyone was on the move and I was ordered to follow a woman with an identical hairstyle to Little ...
... us back to the street we came from.
Later, I came to chill with Mohini and Karena. They were doing there make-up for "prom" tonight. The event was organized by Avery and Angie as a way to thank the Chinese roommates this semester. Prom was not actually a real American prom. It was a simple version of it.
At the event, music played and people played water bong. It was to run into both of the Lauras, Katherine, and others. Miguel sang a few songs ...
... I'm hoping we'll get to see more traditional music performances later.
There is yet another awesome part about touring with a group of grad students and a very well-known professor.
You get to break the rules.
While touring Zhi Hua Si, we were, of course, looking at the sculptures and murals and library-like shelves that held Sutras, but we wanted to go and look at the second floor of one of the buildings. This was strictly off-limits, ...
... is located between the river and the mountains. Zhu Di is entombed in the center tomb with the other emperors equally spaced in tombs on either side of the river. Zhu Di’s tomb is divided into two parts: Memory Hall, which outlines his life and accomplishments, and the underground palace, which is not open to the public. Memory Hall is a massive structure with a yellow tile roof. This particular yellow was considered royal and only for use ...