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... of the autumn season. The day is also known as the Moon Festival, as at that time of the year the moon is at its roundest and brightest. The Moon Cake is the special food of Mid-Autumn Festival. On that day, people sacrifice moon cakes to the moon as an offering and eat them for celebration. Moon cakes come in various flavours according to the region. The moon cakes are round, symbolising the reunion of a family, so it is easy to understand how the ...
... a new friendship, and a look into real life in the Middle Kingdom. What we lack in the West in terms of culture and community we make up for in mass consumption and convenience. China is no doubt inconvenient, but verbal inabilities and lack of vocabulary fail to exclude one gwai lo from the community found so close to home. Fate brought me here and the opportunity is one I cannot pass up. Follow the path set before you and opportunity is ...
... in their classroom which means it's not only a chance to learn English but to share cultures. Classes with them are always a treat!
Chances to diversify my palate are abundant. With a wide array of food choices here in China, I do away with my western palate and dive head first into the oddities (to western tastes) that seem to come from every direction. Chicken feet aren't my favourite, but the same animal's kidneys aren't so bad. ...
... to be witnessed on America`s Worst Drivers. The sunset lights the sky on fire and the atmosphere can`t be beat. Hospitality like you wouldn’t believe. There is nothing like being invited over by locals at a small eatery to drink Tsingtao, Shandong`s answer to beer, just because you are a foreigner. With only four days in China and a vocabulary that grows by the hour, I feel I truly am experiencing a country when the locals speak less ...
... boat for the next 30 minutes. In that time two other boats pulled up next to ours and used our boat as a go between to get off. We all sat wondering when our boat would leave, but we have learned the laid-backed style of the Chinese. Finally we left and pulled out into the sea. Our short 30-minute boat ride was a lot of fun. Jen and I took a lot of funny pictures. Once we saw another chinese couple taking a picture of us in our charlie's angels pose (so I guess its not just you ...
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