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... all at once. There were maybe 3 or 4 people. Then, he just said "everyone else, you’re good to board. It’s a Tuesday, and nobody really likes to fly today, so you’re going to have a really light flight." When I got on, I was supposed to sit in row 8 by the window, but there was a child sitting there with her mom next to her. Before I could say anything, The flight attendant told me to just sit anywhere in front of where she was ...
... concrete flats that made up the streets were badly streaked with black marks from the roof down, and later that evening as the sun set, there were very few lights to be seen anywhere. As we left for the airport the sky was lit with sheet lightening and it started to rain. I made a note to myself that there are some places in the world I didn't want stay for a week and live like a local. This was one of ...
... It's not a supply problem its a demand problem. All the clothes shopping here is westerny fashiony ********. It's not high quality fabric. Chinese people are not looking for that, so it's not available to buy, or when it is, it's not as cheap as it should be.
Overall I think Guangzhou is my favorite city, it's more tropical here, feels like I'm back in Southeast Asia. The girls are more beautiful, and the men ...
The Dialou watchtowers in Kaiping, Guangdong are some of the most unique pieces of architecture in the world. I say this easily because they were built by rich peasant farmers (already interesting) who had seen western architecture, but had no training in building.
So most often, these 2-5 story local watchtowers begin at the base as Chinese architecture, and then as they continued to build it, they ...
... people. It is also an area that is steeped in history (much of which has been eradicated by modern development) as Canton (the Anglicised name for Guangzhou) has always been one of China's most important ports and one of its major windows on the world. It was the trade conflicts which focused on the city in the 19th century that led to the Opium Wars, the ceding of Hong Kong to ...