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... of oncoming traffic starts the experience and I sigh once again that, although Chinese taxis have seatbelts, they don't have anything to "clunk click every trip" them into. Pretty quickly, we're stuck in a traffic jam, I wonder if the receptionist took rush hour into consideration but, it's ok, my taxi driver finds a 7th lane on the 4 lane motorway (other drivers have already found lanes 5 and 6) and we start moving. We pass an Audi and ...
... and Glenn says we won't go any further. I convinced him to go just a bit further to get some better photos. It kind of leveled out a bit, the steps not so high and some paths rather than steps. We got to 11. The rain had eased so we kept going. Well no point getting to 12 when there's only 1 more to go. We passed Angela and Ian as they were coming down so we kept going to 13. Great achievement, great view. Well done us! We spend a bit of time there and enjoy the feeling with Bethan, Karl ...
"You know people read your blog, Benny." Emi said. I brushed that comment off.
When I was taking a picture with Niaya, my head touched her hair. I could not believe how soft Niaya's hair was. It felt so fluffy.
Vince had to leave early since he forgot to bring his stuff for class today. We continued on chilling at the restaurant. Later, Niaya and I had to go off to class.
After class, I chose to go to ...
... the modern life!
I was really curious about what happened to the last emperor, 宣統王, or commonly known as Puyi (a.k.a. Henry). He ascend to the throne following the death of the Empress Dowager, at the tender age of two. Of course, everyone knows what a spoilt brat he was. A lot of people throught he would have been executed ...
... up at another restaurant.
Grad students invited grad students who invited grad students who invited grad students, and, before I knew it, there were like 17 of us crowded around this circular restaurant table from everywhere. We were from universities all across the United States from Stanford to Yale to Berkley to Princeton to Columbia, all in different stages of our schoolwork. We chatted about their dissertations (I was the only undergrad present) ...