King Chuan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for continued success and opportunities as adults. The educational system reinforces this thought process with exams at the end of middle school and high school that determine the type of education students can continue to access. Finally, failure is not an option. Sure, it happens, but what was consistent across the schools, parents, and students I spoke with was that if a student is not achieving at the rate necessary then extra classes and tutoring are offered ...
... people chanting the Apostles Creed in Mandarin. The rafters in the church pulsated with their angelic chanting and singing, sending a chill down my spine. I loved it!
For those wondering about the title of my entry, "La mei zi”, this is the general title some people have given to the women of Chengdu, and Sichuan province. The phrase means 'spicy girls'. On my way to China, in the airplane over the Pacific Ocean, the man sitting to my right told me that ...
... in China - some Tibetan costumes which were very colorful, as well as a lady with a peacock dress on and some others. All the while that we are enjoying this cultural display, people were gawking at us. Amy explained that Chengdu doesn't see many foreigners, and they could not get over how 'cute' the girls are and how big Ben is. He looks like he is 11 in the face, but then they are all a good head shorter than he is, and they just couldn't get over his size. ...
... a very clear English, "No" to rude waiters saying, “I know lady, I understand your order” and it still getting messed up. Chengdu is a bigger city but it just seemed everyone was so disconnected from the simple fact that there are thousands of others there and there is this little thing called respect. Crazy…I know.
In Chengdu we did a lot of walking to different places to see different things. ...
... of the alleys, the smell of beef hit my nostrils and dragged me towards the stall selling this fragrant treat. Beef char with a delicious chili-type spice. We tried one and walked to another area for a bit. "That was really good" Jing said. I already had planned to go back and get more, but now Jing was on board. We went back and they knew they had us. We ordered a few more and walked a shorter distance this time. Last time! We had ...