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... any type of sushi, but I’ve never had sushi in China before! I was served some things that I have no idea what they were. I was sitting right at the small sushi bar, and the chef was serving me items as he made them. At first I tried to just swallow things down with beer, but eventually I ran out of beer and just gave up trying to be polite. I paid and left before the meal was even finished. From there, I went to bed and tried to forget about all of the slimy things I’d ...
... So excited to see Yunnan! That was one of the reasons why I chose to do a second semester with TBC. Going to Yunnan seemed to be a once of a lifetime opportunity. No way was I going to skip out on that.
I was getting so tired because the meeting took a lot longer than expected. Once it was over, Olivia invited me to eat at the Muslim restaurant outside of east gate. It was a nice change from **** over Rice.
We sat a table with ...
... media for our program. We talked and I asked him how good his Chinese was. He said it was bad, despite him doing a year of our program. Then, he said people back home always shocked that his Chinese was bad. Ryan explained that you can not just become fluent by simply living in a country for a year. We all agreed that Chinese is a hard language. Even though, my Chinese is a lot better than I first started, it is so bad. My listening and speaking need so much ...
... vegetarian is not really a category in China), so when we found the
same ramen place we’d eaten at in Shanghai, I was thrilled.
Not only was it delicious, but at the table next to us were
three Asian girls (one of them from Sydney who’s studying at a uni just out of
Beijing) who spoke perfect English and Chinese. The girl heard our accents and
was very excited to speak to us. So we asked them lots of questions about ...
... them on doing something so romantic and unforgettable. The price? Certainly not cheap at $500, but certainly priceless in terms of experience. We’re all just tickled for them. We load up on the bus, passing the first of the vendors, who are ready to do battle with anyone wanting to bargain. Some members of the group stop and start to bargain for Rolex watches (10 dollah) or Pasmina shawls or knock-off purses. It’s hilarious to watch. ...