Nan Jiang Hotel
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... John's friend Neo was there as well as Dr. Tracey, the radiologist, who stayed with us in Cincinnati, her husband, and John's grandma. John's grandma fixed us fried dumplings, our favorite food in all of Liuzhou. John and his friend Neo sell trains online as a sideline job. They showed us their website and then took us to the building where they store their trains and take orders. They have had this business almost two years and are making a ...
... mile. Next there was every type of grain imaginable, in big burlap sacks, with the tops open. Some were white, while others were red and blue, black and yellow. When we finally vacated this area we ended up surrounded with fresh vegetables and fruit. People were delivering them and buying them from stands. Next we found ourselves in an outdoor area that sold all kinds of women's and men's clothes and shoes and hats.
When we were finished at the open air market, we ...
... Ji. It is in a building that looks typical Chinese and is very elegant. It was interesting just to walk into the front lobby. There was an aquarium of sorts with lobster from Australia and Boston. The literal translation of lobster from Chinese to English is 'dragon shrimp'. The Australian Lobster was 488 yuan, or about $81 dollars. The Boston Lobster was 268 yuan, or about $47. Needless to say no one ate lobster this evening. There were other ...
... like to lay out in the sun and get a tan in the summertime. Then he asked the students what Chinese people do when they go to a beach. They didn't know what to say. So Gene showed them a picture of Chinese people at the beach in Hainan. The women were sitting on the sand holding an umbrella over their heads. Everyone laughed at the difference. American people like to make their skin darker and Chinese people like to keep their skin white. Afterwards students asked some ...
... At the end of my lesson, 'Things to do in Cincinnati', I had a team of students come up for the dialogue about what you would like to do in Cincinnati and Liuzhou and why. One student, named Susan, said she she would like to climb the mountain in Liuzhou so she can see the sunset over the city. I took the lift up this mountain with one of my host families, and there is a beautiful view of the river, its many bridges and the city. The students today ...