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... last as long as fruit does that you buy from Walmart or Kroger at home. Bananas in particular go bad in a couple of days so I avoid buying them here because I know I won't be able to eat them all in time. This evening we went to go eat HotPot with the group. This HotPot was a do it yourself type thing so you selected your meats and vegetable and broth and you cooked it all on your own at a little cooking station. This was like hot pot fast ...
... boom and China's adoption of a more capitalist economy they seem to have a different economic model. About 10% of China is wealthy while the other 90% all makes the same amount of money. This is unlike the traditional idea of a country under communist reign. So, these malls attract tourists and that wealthy 10%. The common people seem to do most of their shopping at cheaper markets, malls, or online because it is more affordable. Dr. Berglee told ...
... what it was like. Once it hits nine, they turn all the lights down and play the music really loud. At most coffee shops/ bars here in China they play almost entirely if not all their music in English. They also only play one playlist over and over again and it is all music that was popular several years before. On the radio here, as well as on the tv music channels, there is a lot of English music, English is being incorporated into their everyday ...
... things that you think are so necessary at home like internet radio and Netflix. It really makes you appreciate what is really important when you study abroad. I just have to remember how blessed I am that I have the opportunity to experience a country with the oldest history in the world that most Americans in my generation will never get to ...
... The building was gorgeous and there was a lovely old Buick in the foyer. We had afternoon tea served by a lovely Russian girl. The tea, however, was very disappointing. There was no choice if teas, only black or green, so I had coffee and there was only one cup served. The food consisted of a plate of sliced fruit (which costs next to nothing here), a few dried up sandwiches and a few unappetising cakes. We were then brought a scone each which was dry and ...
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