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... and squeal as they pitch some food into the empty sky and watch a flock swarm and swirl midflight to catch them. It’s a scene you might see anywhere in the world, at any park on a glorious sunny afternoon, and it resonates with me as the innocent memories of youth and possibility. Carrying this sight with me on throughout the day, we finally hop aboard the #52 and make our way out of the bustling city. I read a quote somewhere that ...
... to the train station in true Chinese fashion. Yan is sitting on the scooter in front of me. Despite my urgent yelling and pointing my driver did not understand that we were in a race (although this occurred near the finish line and is not in the video).
Today (or the latter part of the day) was spent mostly in a town called Anning – not far from Kunming. Early in the morning I met up with 3 teachers – Casper, Miss Luo and Mr Chen. Casper then proceeded to drive us all to Anning. The journey should've taken just over an hour, but 2 and a half hours later we were still in the car stuck in a huge traffic jam. It was pretty ridiculous – so many cars beeping their horns (even though it was obvious ...
... you ask for a ticket to Dali the bus will take you to Dali City and not the Old Town which was where we wanted to go. Bearing this in mind we pointed to the symbols of Dali Old Town and our tickets also showed the correct symbols so we thought that we had got it right (a first).
To get our bus to Dali we had to get a smaller bus across Kunming to a different bus station. At the long distance bus station ...
... film lasts 15
minutes and covers subjects ranging from AIDS prevention to pig farming
to drug usage.
Gong Huanxin, 53, came with her 3-year-old granddaughter. She didn't
miss a single screening last year. Her friend Li Changmei sat next to
"I didn't have the opportunity to go to school when I was young and
I can't read," said the 68-year-old. "It's hard for me to get the plot
if it's complicated, but war movies are easy to understand.