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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it was actually really cool. Plus the posters themselves were
really interesting to look at and read about. I would love to compare some of
Australia’s “Reds under the Beds” propaganda to the posters realised by china
during the Vietnam war because I think each would be very similar. They had
posters from Mao’s and reign and after, including his rise to power and the
Cultural Revolution. It was amazing how they portrayed all the events ...
... 8217;t seem to hit empty no matter how many times I drained it we all talked and had fun as friends who have known each other forever rather than strangers who met only this week. We shared stories and no one laughed at me when I dropped food on my white shirt, something that was bound to happen. It didn’t seem like it was going to end as the time flew by and finally desert was brought out and even the Chinese people at the table didn’t ...
... in a hour. We had been able to get dressed up the whole time so Alle and I decided to straighten our hair and put some make up for the last night, still weren't really done up, but it was good. Say down in the foyer bay until it closed and then head to the wine bar on the 27th floor where the beats were cranking lol bar was suppose to closer at 12, but old mate stayed till 145am (good man) knows how to pour a good drink!! Great way to end our China ...
... to him. There has been a big outpouring of new E.T. fans in my class (I have talked about this movie several times for some reason or other... so some kids bought the movie and are now obsessed) and Jamie discussed this and Star Wars with many of them. It was a lot of fun and my kids ask me every day when he is coming back. They also want to see pictures of him. All the time.
Last weekend, Jamie and I took a trip to Hengshan, an area in the French ...
... Mao Zedong, I just call him Ken because that’s what he looks like his name should be.
Mao Zedong aka Ken is the country’s saviour and the founder of the Chinese Communist Party. He become the leader of the Peoples Republic of China in 1949 where he stood in front of millions of people in Beijing and announced, ‘The Chinese people have stood up’. He then led a guerrilla war against opposing parties, and ...