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Travel Blogs from Dongguan
... and we grab a metal lunch tray, a spoon and a pair of chopsticks. From what I have seen rice is always served, followed by 3-4 vegetable dishes, and 1-2 protein dishes. So far have eaten regular tofu, fried tofu (which tastes like grilled cheese) squash (favorite dish so far), some green leaf veggie that seems to be a standard in all restaurants, cauliflower, broccoli, scrambled eggs and tomato soupy thing, some spicy bean thing that I'm not eating again, seaweed ...
... Yep total chaos. The little ones were so curious too. This was the first time they had seen me, and they kept looking and giggling.
Every so often I would see Mr. Jiang coming up to the 4th floor bringing up more boxes and barking orders at people. You think I would be intimidated by a man hat is so hot headed but then he sees me, smiles gives a nod, and turns back to yelling at people. Honestly I spend more time amused around here than overwhelmed. ...
... was like the local "barrio". A zone that might not have the best roads nor building, food stalls and vendors taking residence on the 1st floor of apartment buildings, clothes drying from windows and doorways and the ever present smell of spilled fuel mixed with rotting produce. Some might be horrified by my descriptions, but I kind of think I landed in what some would describe as a typical Chinese neighborhood. I supposed it was a low-middle ...
... we were really Manchester United players? If you cannot play the part, then look the part !
You will also see some pictures of me out for lunch in Dongguan. Dongguan is not Shanghai. A little more industrial, and the places to eat, are more local. The food was good. I was a little concerned when my coworkers asked for hot water to rinse their chopsticks and soup bowl. Like I said the food was good and all was fine. I enjoyed the egg ...
... trying to extract some meat off the cartilage and spitting it out like buckshot. The duck arrives in a beautiful silver hotpot, " the chef must be blind or have a severe case of Parkinson's" I think to myself. The animal looks like it was laid on a plank and offered to Lizzie Borden as occupation therapy. Not only was it hacked and maimed, but on closer inspection the feathers were still attached to it. Née dankie! Andre smiles at me with a piece of gristle rolling around his ...
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