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... is really nice. We lucked out! We all met for dinner and a quick orientation downstairs in one of the meeting rooms, the food was great and very filling. They made way too much but it was great to meet a couple of our EA`s and just enjoy being back on solid ground. That is all I will say for now, since it is 11:30pm and I am pretty tired, but I will post again tomorrow!
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... process of leaning over! They are here for 5 months and it turns out koreans don't like chinese food! So its not so easy for them as i originally thought! I tried to ask them if they liked it here and they misunderstood and took it as are koreans and chinese people the same! I was like no thats not what i said!!!! Awkward doesn't even cover a mistranslation sometimes. I also think they misunderstood me saying i have met more koreans than chinese as i only like korean people! ...
the remaining Jin family members have arrived in Shanghai =)
starting with my dad's arrival yesterday, to my dad's cousins (grandpa's sister's family) today o.o
although this seems like dream with me being able to FINALLY meet everyone, it's not =O simply because the reality has destroyed the dream, as they're here to attend my grandpa's final burial funeral tomorrow =(
everytime I think about it, the excitement ...
Suzhou's Lingering Garden
Suzhou's gardens are world famous and I have no doubt whatsoever why. They are simply stunning. I have visited a lot of them and would give anything to own one of my own. What really amazes me is that they were at one time private gardens only visited by their owners and his family. They are an amazing blend of nature and architecture. The ...
... rural area of Luzhi, an historic canal town of quaint bridges, old boatwomen, voluptuous gardens and maze-like backstreets and alleys, where a more traditional way of life played out. It was also the spiritual home, so it seemed, to Chinese tourisms answer to Mr Benn - over fifty weird and wonderful dressing up shops, giving Chinese tourists the opportunity to be snapped in amateur photoshoots wearing outlandish dresses and bizarre accessories (think samurai swords) in ...