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Family is Here
After much waiting, my family has finally arrived in China. I, last weekend, picked up both my brother and father from Hong Kong to take them to Foshan, China. It was a tiring process, but one eventually out of the way. I'll first begin with Hong Kong and make my way down to the present.
We, my family and I, stayed together in the Marriot Hotel located in the New Territory of Hong Kong and enjoyed the commodities of ...
Woke early to see gray drizzle on the windows, not what we expected. Not a car on the road either, could have been a scene from "On the Beach", a very eerie feeling. Soon the city came to life and by the time we were ready to leave the sun was out and the day was clear and temperature high.
We decided to get our bearings by joining the hop on hop off bus and travelling around HK to make our way ...
... other areas of the festival.
Cheung Chau was covered in bun merchandise - key rings, pillows, actual big buns with seasame and taro fillings. We reached the square by the Pak Tai temple where
there was a big bamboo theatre, plenty of bun mountains of various
sizes, and three enormous paper mache deities. We watched some lion and
unicorn dances, as they ate the offered lettuce leaves and visited the
temples and restaurants of the island, bringing good ...
... there would still exist the same issues, I congratulate you on your optimism (see: naivete) that race doesn't play into politics.
Now let's go to China, and magnify these feelings. Again, 92% of the population is the same race: Han Chinese. This time, however, we're no longer in Democratic territory in which people can express themselves with ease and make their own decisions as easily. We're in a land where people are educated to respect and hold above ...
... seduced by the idea.
They took a train to Beijing and then, after spending the night with Humbert Humbert, took another train to Shenzhen and then one more to Hong Kong.
In three days, five films were watched:
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty - not very like the Thurber story, but with nice shots of Iceland