Zhengming Jinjiang Hotel
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Recently, my Chinese teacher in Quebec put me in contact with some university students here in Harbin. I had the chance the meet them this weekend and I am glad to finally have friends of my age! Together, we visited parts of the city.
First, on Saturday, I made a little boat ride on the Song Hua River. To get there, we took a cab and then we walked for a while on a path with trees on one side and the river on the other. We reached a little boat which had around 60 sits ...
... no and she started to explain it to me. First, this is how a classic toast looks like: someone who has something to say (thank you for something, congratulation or welcome to someone, etc.) stand up and speak while others fill their cup, stand up and listen. Then, people do cheers together and they try to keep their glass lower than the others. After that, most people empty their glass, which is smaller than ...
... a single star since my arrival. The sky can be a little blue, but often it is closer to grey and the color is always uniform and bleak. Also, you feel the pollution of the air as you walk in the streets, your breath is a little heavier. Some days are worse than others but so far it did not cause me any health problems and I don’t think it will become a major issue. I will not let this keep me from living amazing experiences with people I met and the ones I will ...
... in one piece. During the dinner, as a thousand of smells were floating around us, we heard traditional Mongolian songs from people working at the restaurant. The songs were powerful and the voices were deep and strong. I also heard speeches among the family that I assumed were about how happy they were to be together. At the end of each speech of course, there were a ganbei (干杯, cheers) and everyone had to stand up and drink. Assisting to that was an amazing ...
... way home (they're really good!) and then had the difficult mission of finding a taxi to take us to the airport - we were advised to hide and for only one of us to flag the taxi down and then the others appear once a taxi had been secured but luckily a Chinese man gave up his cab for us and it was rather easier than it might otherwise have been. The flight was fine, this time we were given seaweed coated peanuts as a snack, another success for the Chinese ...