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... cos you'll lose it' to which I replied 'eh? Excuse me - who is legal to buy a lawnmower? This guy!" - Carla "The toilets are very laid back - they take ages to flush" - Lauren "Stepped outside the airport and hit by a wave of heat - didn't last long enough unfortunately as we were soaked en route to the subway to visit the Silk Market. Tomorrow's forecast looking better - The Great Wall awaits...." - Mr ...
That moment made me realized that I was so sad not having my professor again next semester. She is great and fun! I am scared of the professor I will get, but I am sure that I will be fine.
Our professor finally came in. Turned out that she was printing our our exam. That was why she was running late.
The exam itself was not that bad. I recognized most of the characters. The hardest part was translating ...
... quite enjoyed this as watchng all the Chinese people get out of thier cars, shouting and trying to fix the problem was quite entertaining. We had company on Saturday as a girl from our Hostel joined us to visit the Sumer Palace. We aso learnt how to use the subway which saved our feet a little bit. The Sumer Palace was beautiful and massive. We took a leisurley walk around the lake front and around some of the gardens. Afterwards, Nadia said that her brother had told her about ...
... means ‘clear and bright’. People visit the graves of their ancestors, pay respect to the dead at their tombs & hold memorial services in honour. People also spend time cleaning the grave area, and decorate them with fresh flowers. It’s also a time to celebrate the new season, and the onset of warmer weather with family outings, kite flying, dancing, picnics etc.
Thursday morning I headed for a foot massage, 70 mins for £8, bargain. Then ...
... There is also an exhibition of Tibetan Buddhist
statues but the names, and information about them, are all in Chinese! However, it was still well worth a visit.
I also visited Confucius Temple, which is the largest in China outside Qufu, the philosopher's
birthplace in Shandong province. This temple is near Lama Temple. Even though it is not very well cared for, it has a very peaceful feel to it. The Imperial College is part of ...
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