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... I really want to ask her what happened to good ole Fourth of July, but with our final test tomorrow and vacation coming, I don’t see the point.
I think what truly kills me is that these kids speak good enough English that with a little bit of research and a translator for a dozen difficult words, their speeches would have been much better than the obviously Google-translated Chinglish I have ended up ...
... car. After a few more of the fire sticks, lights began to go on in buildings around us, and people began to yell. However, it was the Fourth of July, and we put up with their fireworks the rest of the year, so we said neighbors be damned and lit one of the large boxed fireworks on fire. Was it a mistake? No. Was it miscalculated? Yes. The noise and light that exploded was tremendous. This was unlike anything I had ever bought before. ...
... down today and slashing his tyres.
Jenny made me some coleslaw before she left as we found a really good looking cabbage at the supermarket. The girls at work are always shocked that I eat raw vegetables for lunch as they only eat cooked food. Tiffany was watching me eat so I offered her the tiniest bit of coleslaw. She nearly choked on it. She said it was terrible. I just laughed and said I think the cold noodles that they eat sometimes ...
... at the new museum. His English is very good so I think he will be quite successful in his new job.
The museum is built on a sacred site. In the centre of the building is a glass floor over an old eating pit. This has been dug out and visible for all to see. It is here that Empress Wu ate. She is the only woman empress in the history of China. It is her face that the biggest statue at Longmen is based . I am always amazed at the ...
... was to come next.
As our bus guide looked for the wayward students who had not fllowed his instructions, it appears a man getting on our bus insulted him. Shouting led to pushing but I didn't believe it would lead to a real fight until one of them tried to kick the other. This led to a genuine Chinese brawl.
Sadly this isn't as impressive as you would think. It was limp kicks with no connecting, sissy punches and quite a bit of slapping. Apparently, I am guilty ...