Chongqing Jinjiang Oriental Hotel
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... customers. Eventually, they built an entirely new ship from scratch. Arnold took a year and a half off from Viking, at one point to work for a U.S. investor as he built up his new industry in China. Arnold and his wife worked day and night to make this business work - during the daytime because that worked for Chinese businessmen and at night because that worked for the U.S. trade. However, at one point, as he "sat on the pot in ...
... Calcutta and Burma over the Himalayas and into Chongquing. The runway was on an island on the river here. General Stilwell surely lived in a, then, luxurious lifestyle. Through history military, politicians, heads of countries and royalty have always lived this way. The streets of squalor were and are right at their back door.
Chongquing is also known for their spicy Szechuan food and hotpots. The humidity here takes your breath ...
... Pudong and downtown Shanghai! For 50 Yuan each, we all took this train to meet our bus driver in Shanghai. This was a little treat arranged by our tour guide (surprise number two for the day). Our train went 301 kilometers per hour or about 180 miles per hour. It was pretty cool because it actually seems to twist on its side when getting into the city. It's more like an amusement park ride.
We were taken to our gorgeous hotel in Shanghai ...
... I am not Chinese so I cant say, but I can say that it is very different. This is issue needs to be resolved for both our countries sakes, but it should be understood that both countries see this topic, and many others, very differently.
That brings me to another topic and hopefully my last, for all our sakes. When I came to China, many people told me that they have a feeling America is preparing to make some kind of strike against them. Why else would we be ...
... she cried about this. I remember not really understanding how a couple of stupid eighth graders could affect her so much. Now I haven’t been even close to tears, I swear, but you can feel the weight of class when they do not pay attention. Its like you are walking and each student has an individual rope that leads from them, directly to your hand. When everyone is walking it is very easy, but when students decide not to follow you have to pull them and it becomes ...