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... you down. Motorcycles and mopeds do not have to abide by road rules, driving on pavements, through people, into people, over people (im exaggerating a little here). Cars can turn right (maybe left also?) on a red signal, resulting in more opportunity to play, kill the pedestrian. They constantly press their horns all the time to suggest ‘get out of my way’, but that said they also do this to make everyone aware they are there. Being in a car would seem safer but ...
... like China. We ended our amazing week with dinner with AirPlus. This meal had all of my favorite dishes that I have been eating all week.
It was a perfect end to a great week! I loved my week in Beijing so much, I did not want to leave at all! The ACTE staff, the cultural aspects, the meetings, the hotel, and everything in between was all so great. It was hard to leave such an amazing city.
side to side, clearly about to deliver the final blow. Heroically I stepped in
and dispatched the creature to snake heaven. The cat wouldn’t speak to me for
days, although possibly that was because for most of that time I was vomiting.
Phobia’s do strange things to you.
So yes, I’m standing in a busy market place, already the mutterings of “Engrish!”
have gone up, accompanied by something else. ...
... are researching differences b/t Chinese and
American Real Estate Law. One cool thing
about the position is that we have a ...
... and see that every single building has a Chinese flag to signify ownership by the Chinese government. This seemed a bit awkward to us as this areas was European developed and themed, yet the Central Government emphasizes with flags and pride. Perhaps this is a hint of imperialistic aspirations? One can wonder at times… The skyline was spectacular. We took a little ferry across the river to Pudong, the financial ...