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... disappeared). Here are a few of the phrases from the english explanations:
"With its great influence on China and the whole world, the grassland civilization has become one important composing part of the ancient Chinese civilization."
"Since time unknown, the rich and beautiful grassland of Inner Mongolia has been the historical arena for many ethnic groups in northern China to live and to develop... These ...
... plan, for which I would have to show up in person 6 months later to cancel. Disheartened, I went out and tried a China Unicom office, with the same results except that they told me I might be able to get a prepaid SIM from one of the grubby street vendor carts on Renmin Road, but they did not sell them in any proper store.
With most of the day lost, in frustration I found a wifi cafe and messaged my friend who travels ...
... and beer. Without a word, Gao purchased a couple of beers and insisted that I have one. As a parting gift, I gave Gao a little whisky flask with "California Republic" and a picture of a bear on it, which I had purchased back at LAX in anticipation of meeting someone like him.
As we approached Hohhot, I began to get nervous about my rendezvous with my Airbnb hostess, Airuna. I had hoped to get a Chinese SIM card for my phone ...
A day of acclimating to china.
Strange feeling that we finally reached our destination. Our goal was to take our time and visit China. And now, after 6 weeks and 7 countries, we have arrived.
Our Dutch author Bomans once wrote: traveling is a complex way to get home. For us, it may be more appropriate to say: traveling is a complex way to arrive at our destination.
China starts as soon as we leave the room. Negotiations over the deposit. Later we ...
... 000 inhabitants. But for China, this is nothing special. It was dark and raining, so my image was blurred. The outskirts contained identical blocks of highrise apartments. By themselves polished buildings. But the sheer number of identical units make it a little boring for this humble Dutchman. The road was packed and our driver liberally used his horn. Mostly I see regular cars, but in between are some jeepneys, and carrier bikes. The center, where we were dropped, ...