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... there and then returning to school late at night. We took the same line before I had to get off. They invited me to see them at their school. It was awesome to meet new people outside my program.
Back on campus, I spoke with Brady and Lanz for a few minutes. Brady noticed that my scarf was the same pattern as his scarf he got back in PIngyao. I snapped that I rocked the pattern pattern than him.
Then, I knocked on ...
... trying to cram in as much new knowledge of grammar and characters as possible like with the other class, I am going to focus a lot more on my speaking and listening, and really cement all of the grammar points I come across in this course. The material does overlap with the higher course anyway, so I'm not completely missing out.
Anyway I have a language partner! She is studying petroleum engineering at a ...
... to be ready for an invasion of hot tea. After tea, we went to view the Olympic Stadium. Many of the kids had asked about seeing it. However, if there was a low point of the day, this might have been it. The wind seemed to hit its peek at this time. Walking up close enough to take pictures was literally difficult. The saving grace was their did not seem to be as much sand and small particles around as during the visit to the Forbidden City. That said, the temperature had ...
... did was take a group picture with the Bird's Nest in the background. Around where we were snapping our group photo, there are dudes with cameras that you can pay to take a picture for you. If you took a basic Chinese class, you might have learned that you use 先生(xian1sheng1) to address a guy and 小姐(xiao3jie3) to address a girl. I learned today that they don't really use these terms ...
... examples of ornaments for the women of the court. The emperor used to have thousands of women at his disposal, most of whom he never saw in his life. They were promoted up the ranks of concubine according to his whim and could eventually become Empress. The strict hierarchy amongst these women was reflected in how ornamental their dress was. The most impressive were certainly the headdresses – huge, heavily decorated structures which must have required ...
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