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... and watch the people go about their business. It always feels good when you are recognised and the girls were out in the front of the teashop and saw me coming. The tea was good as I had the same lemon drink that I had before. It is only slices of lemon in hot water so it is nothing special but it is really good in a smoggy city. I went to the bakery and bought a few biscuit things and then bought some apricots off a street vendor but they are a bit sour even though they were ...
... elaborate costumes could change their masks in the blink of an eye and they could do this a number of times!
The `erhu’ performer had CDs for sale outside the theatre and I bought one even though it cost RMB 80 and contained only 10 tracks. Only later I realised that it cost as much as a CD by Lady Gaga. No wonder the other Chinese who stopped at the counter walked away immediately after hearing the price! ...
... tried to focus the rest of the group, but the kids in the back were still throwing things. I took one of the students out into the hall and told him to "STOP throwing things." I have to talk in simple English; otherwise, they have no idea what I am saying. This calmed things down, but then the bell rang. I walked to my office and without warning started crying. The other teachers wanted to know what was wrong, but I was so upset all I could do was point at the ...
... sure to get a picture of the squat pottie
From there we went to an wonderful park. It is called Bamboo Park. It was very beautiful. There was many different flowers and foliage. We just walked and enjoyed the day. The rain stopped before we got there. The kids got to play with some cool toys in the park with the native Chinese. They also had spots where dancing was taking place. ...
... one of those things you'll have to try for yourself!
After lunch, we went to Sichuan University for a meeting with Kandice and Eddie (last year's adviser). It was nice to see finally see everyone in our group. Everyone got to meet my sister and mom too - who everyone loved! :D At the meeting we just chit-chatted about classes, credits, life in Chengdu, research projects, and ask any questions we had.
Busy, busy day! But good busy!
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