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... couldn’t have been older than 10 or 11 years old! Very cool.
This morning when we left the hotel, we got SUPER excited because we saw a limo with a Hello Kitty bride and groom glued to the front of it and we were SO hoping to see the actual Bride and Groom. By the time we had finished walking the Bund, we had seen a total of 12 brides and 8 grooms! (4 brides were just doing a photo shoot). It was insane! They were everywhere. My favorite had an all ...
... of governmental control and communism etc. from China, however the day-to-day lives of the people living in China is much different. For example, I am told that the Chinese police aren’t allowed to chase anyone! So instead they try to create roadblocks and trap people in before reaching in and turning off their vehicle. The great firewall is very frequently ignored and many of the people here use VPNs to access all of the sites anyways. The metro trains have bag scanners ...
... the first few weeks of our arrival, it’s dealing with a brand new country, what it’s like to live there, where our apartment is, what the street names are, how to get from A to B, where the subway stations are, which exit, how to get there, bus routes / stops / numbers, the names of areas, shops, restaurants, meeting places, meeting hundreds of new people, remembering them, what they do, what their names are, trying ...
... so fast, I had to pop my ears. It was so crazy.
So, then we went to eat our lunch. The views were so breathtaking, I honestly wanted to cry at first. Sometimes, I have to stop and take a breath because I can't believe how lucky I am to get to experience the things that I am experiencing. I don't live a life of luxury by any means, but looking out the windows at the top of that building, I felt like I was on top of the world. There ...
... parents house, eat a traditional home-cooked Chinese meal made by her mother, and play Chinese games with her father. Her parents don't speak any English, but Luis doesn't seem to mind translating. I'm looking forward to learning some games. I see people playing card games and Chinese checkers in the afternoon when I walk home from work and I always want to join in. Luis also bought a bottle of Chinese rice wine for us to try. They traditionally serve it at room temperature. It was ...