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This morning, I had my Chinese written midterm.
When I entered the classroom, Natasha was sitting there and just chilling.
Olivia came in a few minutes later.
As we were waiting, Olivia asked, "Where is Jean?"
"He fell asleep in the lounge." Natasha answered. "He was up studying with me. There were people in there. Somebody must had woke him up."
"I would not have woken him up." I said.
Olivia and ...
... not allowed to know how many members of the LDS Church there are in China or how many branches there are.
The community of the church in China is just like it is everywhere else in the world, and the Spirit there is just as strong if not stronger. In church, I was so happy that I started crying. I was especially happy to be where I was when I was singing hymns with the congregation.
Next week will be General Conference for us because of the ...
... before heading down to the convenience store for a stock of 600ml Yan Jings (beers).
Kaz decides not to waste the day and heads off to Tianenmen Square alone.
3 hours and A$170 for the phone call later, we have flights confirmed to fly home via Shanghai.
Finally Kaz returns with tales of her adventures. After touring Jingshan Park and the Pavillions, she heads off to Tian'anmen Square only to find it is closed and proceeds to ...
... said, “The emperor’s food is not that impressive. Our food taste better.”
Meal #3: Food court food at the basement of the Wangfujing Mall. We decided to go for a cheaper meal. Worst food ever. No one could really eat the food. Everything was either too spicy or too salty. We all agreed that Northern food (e.g., Beijing) may not be well suited to the Southerner’s taste buds (e.g., ...
... in public, just feet away from everybody walking by.
Other habits I'm not used to:
We passed a construction site and all of the workers were camped out in the site. I guess a lot of construction workers are migrant and need a place to stay while on the job.
There are a lot of cigarette smokers here. Not the most of any place I've been, but compared to St. Kitts where pretty much nobody smoke cigarettes (I have yet to see ...
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