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Travel Blogs from Nanchang
... have there, a stage for political events with Mao prominently displayed in traditional style as he still is on the Wall at Tiananmen Square, was gone. In its' place, a huge Walmart Store and IMAX theater. Change! You gotta love it!
The rest of the square remained pretty much as is, although the development all around it is now incredible. We walked the square and took pictures of the folks flying kites, but they ...
... and khakis. They asked if we were able to drink beer and we said yes, then they asked if we were able to drink hard alcohol and we said yes. It was noon. In china they don’t ask if you want to drink something, they ask if you are physically capable of it, and if you are, you better drink. That’s only if you are meeting new people or are with elders. People started walking around cheersing others at the table. I leaned over and cheersed Paul’s Dad. There’s a ...
... I don't really know how to answer this question, I wasn't just there for a 2 week vacation, I LIVED there for a year, it was my home, everything became familiar. All the things that seemed so strange when I first arrived don't even phase me any more, I accepted the culture. So this question "how was China?" is super loaded, but all I can seem to answer it with is "it was crazy." I am certainly happy to answer any specific questions that people may have about the ...
Beers N Noodles toya…..shane
The soundtrack to this entry was by Linkin Park
The album was ‘New Divide’
That’s for you Cristina my Moo Moo Cow iSister!
Miss you and Kungfu Ken…oh and those delicious Macau egg tarts!
... some comment about hoping I find a husband or something. One professor's was really 感人. I made it through all the notes and farewells and solemn van rides without shedding any tears, so I held onto my title as 天子. They call me 天子(child of heaven) because I can't possibly be a person due to my lack of tears and my understanding of James Joyce. And now we're off traveling China! First to Xian, then to Beijing, then Hangzhou, Suzhou, and finally ...