Travel Blogs from Yingkou
... these treats particularly delicious, but he stood there and made sure I are the whole thing. And trust me, I began by politely refusing his generosity, until he was just standing over me literally pushing the snacks 3 inches from my face and shouting. The women of this family came over then started tapping on the top of my head with their fingertips and laughing some ...
... of affection and hold just the right amount of distance. Speaking of missing friends, not getting access to Facebook or snapchat or YouTube or Google really sucks. It makes New Zealand feel like another world entirely. Well, truthfully, it is half a world away. It's funny, I remember when I first immigrated to NZ I found any opportunity to speak Chinese again very wonderful, but now I would love to be able to hold a conversation in ...
... face who looks remotely Chinese rings a small bell of familiarity and makes them half a kin. Now, walking the streets of Anshan, every single face looks like family and there is a story behind every man or woman's eyes. People here are so full of stories. How can they not be when they are forced to live through this bitter winter every single year? The cold makes you angry, the cold makes you tired, the cold makes you fight, when you feel you can't fight any ...
We arrived in Beijing five days ago. On Sunday KC and I had lunch with the editor in chief of the China Economic Herald, Mr. Mo Xin-yuan. That paper is owned by the Communist Party, but is the equivalent of the Wall Street Journal. I also met a Research Fellow from the China Securities Regulatory Commission and someone from the China Association of Chief Financial Officers. They man with CSRC is very interested in American securities law and private placements. I ...
... I know I've drunk enough beer. Someone took us out to dinner about every night; either Foreign Affairs officials or local businessmen and they LOVE to give toasts and you have to chug after every toast or it is very insulting. I swear they drink like fish and I'm growing gills! By the way, the Communist Party Convention began yesterday at our hotel. We are the only foreigners left in the hotel and all long distance lines were shut ...
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Other places to stay in Yingkou
Downtown, Yingkou | Hotelfrom $32
No.1 Huzhuli, Shifu Road, Zhanqian District, Yingkou | Hotelfrom $59
North of Kunlun Main Street, Bayuquan District, Yingkou | 4 star hotelfrom $28
Downtown, Yingkou | Hotelfrom $41
No.1 East Xinxing Streeet, Zhanqian District, Yingkou | 4 star hotelfrom $48
No.4 West Xuefu Road, Zhanqian District, Yingkou | Hotelfrom $25
No.51 Children's Palace Li, Zhanqian District, Yingkou | Hotelfrom $22