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Travel Blogs from Tianjin
... and she agreed. As we walked away, she said he asked:
- Where do you go to school?
- (When she said Chinese school he said) Are the teachers really Chinese?
- Why are you out of school right now?
- Do they feed you enough food?
- Do you get exercise at school and at home?
- Are you happy?
- Do they take good care of you?
- Do you like China or America better?
... when Tess was there, and joining us was one of the nannies who cared for Tess. It was nice to see her and have Tess talk with her. Mrs. Yu's dog Shi Shi also joined us for dinner but sat calmly on the chair next to her, not disturbing us - it was quite hilarious.
**Just a note on the map, for some reason it is showing Yangchun as close to Beijing which is not the case - it is nearer to Guangzhou in the Guangdong province.**
... to give me a little slice of home, but you can tell that most of the Chinese people aren't actually celebrating anything. And why should they? It’s not their holiday, and I understand, but it’s still so strange!
My friends and I of course are gona have our own little Christmas. My door even has little snowmen (women) and garland on it! The plan for now is a trip to Beijing on Christmas day to visit some friends. Afterward, me, Meldi and Ashley S. are ...
... on the effects of the spirit (which despite the expensiveness of, I liken to moonshine) were felt by all. A watermelon juice was passed around, and sliced watermelon was provided as well. We stumbled out into the street afterwards and walked the ten minutes back to the hotel, grateful for the cool air and to get to see some of the "villas" along the way back to the hotel. Still on California time, I fell into bed at around 9pm local time and after drinking several gulps of ...
... though, and the trip took closer to 2 and a half hours. My Chinese contacts later told me that I was lucky it was only 2.5 hours- usually it's a minimum of 3 hours between the two cities! There's a high speed train that only takes 30 minutes, so I'll be sure to take that the next time I come here.
Tianjin is the 4th largest city in China, making it equivalent to Houston, which is the 4th largest city in ...