Jinjiang Magnotel By MetroPolo Shanghai (Tongji University)
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... some thing on my phone which enables me to write characters with my finger which I really appreciated. He used to work in IT and knew how to clean up my phone and put this app onto it without having to access the Play Store (which I can't as Google and it's products are banned in China). We had a good chat about my travels so far, his work and family etc..
... is so powerful that we often mistake it for biology. In the class we were more referring to the creation of Man and Woman and what said creation entailed, however, the quote works here as well, I think. There are so many cultural norms at the base of our belief structures that when we see little things that are completely opposed and yet equally strongly believed we can then begin to question why it ...
... air. Once at our hotel, it really started to hit me that I hadn't slept more than 2 hours in the past 24. Combine that with the fact that it was almost 4:00 pm and my body still thought it was the middle of the night, I was ready to crawl into a hole and hibernate. After a quick nap, Ying and I were woken up by her dad ready to take us to dinner with the tour guide from China, Eddie. Eddie is a very animated, friendly, and hospitable person who ...
... turned immediately completely red after the
Whiskey. I have never in my life seen this before! And men and women both.
I had lots of fun this evening joining this dinner party and Elisa made my try every dish
this evening (not sure if I mentioned it already: In Chinese culture the round
table is a must because all dishes are served on a rotary table so that
basically everybody can try every ...
... preschool, which were nice. When it was time for me to leave she started just walking out of the room with all the rolls of paper left all over the floor. I asked her if she could help me clean up and she just said, "ayi." and walked out of the room. I laughed, felt a little bad for the mess ayi would have to clean up, and walked out with her. When I got home, Scott and I walked (in the rain!) to the metro to get to the Blue Frog for our half off burgers. It's weird how ...