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... at the prospect that it might have the motorway lane recognition system that was offered on mine. How crazy an dangerous would it be in China to have a car that keeps itself within a lane!
Signs for Nanjing South Station are appearing now so I think everything is going to be fine. Until that is my driver pulls off the motorway when the signs say that the way to the station is to stay on the motorway or, more accurately, bear left ...
... Now to go down. Took us about an hour to climb up and about 40 minutes to go down. Going down was hard with the deep steps. At the bottom we had the most deserved cup if coffee and it was good! We were wet, cold but very satisfied and pleased with ourselves. Then to the jade place. The larger manufacturing jewel and ornamental stuff in Beijing. Hoot Hoot. Mez was lucky enough to have $30k necklace on and automatically received a leach who followed everywhere to give her ...
... because I had a meeting with my program. There was only thirty minutes before the meeting. There was no point for me to exit the building.
In the library, Ian was there studying his advanced Chinese textbook. The textbook reminded me of Karena being in advanced last semester. Karena would always be studying and working hard to improve her speaking.
I finally went to the presentation by my program about our upcoming trip ...
... 1911 Revolution led by Dr. Sun Yat Sen. However, from this exhibit, I confirmed that he has lived to a ripe old age of 62, passing away only in 1967.
The exhibits tell stories of his exile after he was chased out of the palace in 1924. From then on, he escaped to the Soviet Union where he remained for most of his life before he was deported back to ...
... studies. I was surprised, too, that not everyone was studying art history. I can remember people saying their studies were in art history, history, East Asian studies, Asian security, and Asian history. We were all so different, yet we had connections to each other all over the place. I was informed that this is what grad students do all the time to mingle, but it was my first experience, and I found it really interesting.
Another day, another adventure. ...