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... had someone meet me at the plane to see if I could make the connection (I knew I won't make it but it was nice that they were checking for me). Since I missed it, the next flight wasn't until 8:10 am the next day. Air China had a hotel pick me up, covered my room, and brought me back to the airport the next morning. Now that is service! I have now safely arrived in Kunming. Let the sightseeing begin, that is after some ...
... legal changes “to overcome various problems in the course of urbanization.” Some of these problems could include chronic urban unemployment if jobs are not available, and more protests from skeptical farmers unwilling to move. Instead of creating wealth, urbanization could result in a permanent underclass in big Chinese cities and the destruction of a rural culture and religion. The government has been pledging a comprehensive urbanization plan for ...
... brings me on to my most recent observation that I've been told about and now for the first time also really experienced it consciously is positive racism. I was got onto my second bus ride today and the bus was surprisingly empty, although no seats were available there was enough room to stand without touching everyone else which is quite quiet for in the morning. I moved closer to the back of the bus so there would be room for people getting on and off the bus ...
... is crying, and a lady is telling you what to do but you have no idea what she’s saying… it got pretty hard. The other thing that was hard was teaching spoilt four year old English. For one, he is four, so he is really only just learning Chinese. The other big factor was that he was always playing his Mum’s iPad, or iPhone, or laptop or watching TV. It was virtually impossible to teach him anything unless it was through a screen. So I’d watch Chinese ...
... look hard enough.
I am sending this out early as Danny is keen to show you his pictures of a baby Panda sat on his knee, for £100 he still has not stopped smiling and to be honest it was once in a life time chance as these lovely bears are so rare and they say that species go extinct after 500 years and the Panda is one of the oldest still living but not by nature, human intervention is keeping this breed alive.
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