Jin Jiang Pine City Hotel
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... holds a coin in its mouth usually accompanies the dragon, known as the powerful protector. The toad is known as the money toad. There are some numbers involved in the symbolism, too. Four is the unlucky number and symbolizes death and 8 represents good fortune. People plan weddings and other special events around the numbers. Six represents a smooth life and when one reaches 66 they are considered very special and revered for that year. Glad I made ...
... me called Pimsleur Mandarin, with about 100 30-minute lessons on. Something productive to do in my spare time! - At around 3.30pm Robin (the head of the English department) came over asking if I could stay til 4.40pm. I was worried that He was going to ask me to teach another lesson as I really couldn't be bothered to, so I asked if he needed me to do something, and he just looked sly and said "yes we need you to do something" so I therefore had a ...
... up back at Pudong airport! We made it back to the hotel and don’t think I need to go through that again! We’ve lucked out with Chinese food meals. Not bad, Kung Pao chicken (cant go wrong with that), and beef hot pot). The crowds on Nanjing road just don’t stop! We were able to get back on the jump on/off bus and take another look around the city. At one point, we were able to turn around to see the sea of heads on ...
... numbers. Checking your numbers, you go around the circle guessing how many of each digit there could be between all of the players. After each round the number must go up. So for example, let's pretend I rolled two 3's a 4, a 6, and a 2. If I was playing just one other person I might say "There are three 3's." My opponent can either call out their own guess or call a bluff. If they call out their own guess, they must increase the number of dice so for ...
... surprised that I am complaining about the food in China. Well let me put you straight. Everything you see on a menu in your local Chinese is a big fake dish that has never seen or heard of China. The closest that I could get to my favourite Egg Fried Rice, Curry sauce, Chips and Prawn Crackers, is Bull Frog Fried Rice, Turtle Curry, Fried Potatoes coated in Ants and a dozen prawns on sticks. How is it possible that no one in China has heard of Prawn Crackers? I am pretty ...