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... one Jackie Chan movie and a Korean movie. I understood most of the Jackie Chan one, based on the subtitles and context, but the trouble was the Korean one. Only here and there were there subtitles, and the characters in the movie have these scenes that take place in their imagination. The one thing that drove me absolutely nuts about the movie is that the main boy character had over 2 hours of opportunities to kiss his crush, but ...
... we ended up in soft sleepers on a D train which is one of the nicest and most fast trains, plus they have their own station, so the station was much nicer as well. I am relieved now that we had to buy the nicer train option. After a long day it was nice to wait for the 11pm train in a clean spacious train station with electric plugs and cushioned seats. We ate dinner that night at a small restaurant outside of the Longman train station and it was so delicious. ...
... China’s mad obsession for modernization has somehow failed to penetrate the ruggedness of the hills. Still living within traditional houses, these villagers held on to their traditional way of life. They would often wake up before dawn to start their work of the day. Lean, dark skinned, muscular and donning their iconic straw hats, the villagers were found tending the rice paddocks, lining along the river shores with ...
... 8217; leftover parfaits was a shameless thing to do).
Afterward, I walked around some of Taizhou with Callie in search of coffee or some cool sights. We found both, and my matcha coffee latte was rich and yummy. I love how much green tea flavor is used in everyday things here.
The night ended as it has been for a few nights now, planning the 10-page paper that’s due soon, and attempting to catch up on blogging for the ...
Tomb Sweeping Day is a National Chinese holiday celebrated in April. It is dedicated for the people who have deceased. It is a tradition for Chinese families to climb mountains and visit the tombs of their loved ones. They take a broom and sweep their tombs. As well they bring food for the deceased and leave it on their tombs, the family has a picnic next to the tomb to show love to their deceased family ...
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