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... the market you could buy whatever you needed from different types of meat, vegetables, fruits, tofu, breads, shoes, clothes, flowers, toilet paper and there was even a seamstress set up to alter your clothes on the spot. Walking through the market our senses were constantly being bombarded from all the noises from all the people, the stall owners harking their wares; our noses were being overwhelmed with all the smalls of the fruits, meats and people; ...
... a scorpion and part of a centipede! It was not good and I almost didn't but seeing as the rest of the group has already tried it and were cheering me on, I did. I have photographic evidence - and a really funny video of me doing it.
I was actually a bit sick last night and I was scared that I had got food poisoning, especially as the next day I was to go on an overnight train. Fortunately this morning I was fine but I will not be eating any more insects!
... the evening tasting tea with someone she knows and it proved to be an excellent idea. It was just the five of us; Wendy and I, John (New Zealand) and Gemma & Kelvin (UK). Gemma is also a tea aficionado and we discussed at great length the merits of our favoured brews, often to the amusement of others. Alice's Teahouse was in a hutong to the south west of Tananmen Square and without Svetlana we'd never have found it. We'd never have walked that far down the ...
... the city in a town called Shunyi.
My first meal in China was...... Italian :) We ordered delivery from a place that Casey knows about and I will say it was actually pretty good.
Everyone that I have met at ISB is really nice and welcoming. The school is huge! The building houses all grades and so you can imagine it is a little overwhelming to find my way around.
The weather is cold, but the sun has been out the past few days. I only saw ...
... Secretary of State and other officials will be making appearances throughout the summer. I feel completely unqualified to sit around a table with these people, but because I have a badge and because "USTR" and "Johns Hopkins" are recited in my introduction, I am welcomed quite warmly.
My co-intern in my office is a really nice, really smart guy (law student), and I'm glad we're working together, though our research is done quite independently. ...