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... of Ebola and with many visitors from stricken countries it could easily have devastating effects. Fortunately we are all clear and we make our way to the exhibits.
I'm here as a guest of a buyer so our first mission is to source out the products he's after. Mostly dental supplies so we wander about the first hall in search of the goods. The sheer size of this show is overwhelming. Spread across three ...
... or shoot some hoops. Writing I can see how
much time is wasted now that I’ve progressed in making lessons. So, as to make
my time more efficient, I’ll instead focus my time on learning Chinese or how
The boys on floor seven and I decided to make a trip to
Guangzhou to spend a day in the city. We had the intention of going the zoo for
the day and then cap the night off on a river boat, but was ...
... and the Dad of one of them was joining in as well - I even got an invitation to their home, but am not allowed under my contract. A pity, as they were really nice...
Autumn is now in full swing - trees leaves are changing colour, and we get several days/nights in a row where the temp drops to low-mid 20's, then it goes back up to high 20's-early 30's. the intense heat has gone, as has most of the humidity, so its rather nice. Long may it continue!
... I leave the topic of the match, similar to the truck full of people I saw earlier, the court we played at shared the same shabby qualities. In that, when I first heard we were going to drive out to Guangzhou to play ball, I thought maybe we’d play in a gym or, at the very least, in a nicely kept park. Again, I assumed wrong, and the court we were at was beside a swamp and built during Chancellor Moa Zedong’s time in office. In other words, it was rubbish. But you could ...
... arrive in Guangzhou by sea in 1514, establishing a monopoly on the external trade out of its harbor by 1517. They were later expelled from their settlements in Guangzhou (Cantão in Portuguese), but instead were granted use of Macau as a trade base with the city in 1557. They would keep a near monopoly on foreign trade in the region until the arrival of the Dutch in the early 17th century.
As a large comprehensive park, Yuexiu Park provides ...