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... school, so I'm cooking now! It's great to be cooking again, especially with a brand new rice cooker :) After seeing all the big cities in China (or most of them I should say) Chengdu is certainly my favorite. And apparently I still haven't tasted the local and authentic cuisine, besides cold noodles, which are excellent. Looks like I already got a job lined up for the ...
... split position sliding underneath a bench, TWICE! Unfortunately, the show has tried to modernize with the addition of a rap number and excessive lighting. The show was certainly a trip.
Rounding up our day was a trip to a Sichuan hot pot restaurant. Hot pot is a Chinese style of restaurant where there is a pot of boiling water with spices on each table, and patrons cook their own foods at their table. I had been in Chinatown before and was expecting the servers to bring us ...
... volunteer to be a panda keeper for the day so we decided to sign up for this instead to get back to see the pandas and get a bit more involved.
That evening we went to see the other speciality in Chengdu the Sichuan Face Changing Opera, we were not really sure what to expect, but it didn’t start well when we were taken to a nice looking building and ushered into a strange looking room and given cups of jasmine tea. Seemingly there are two ...
... stop. When that Chinese man started swinging his bag of apples into my legs, I decided China was a barbaric and heartless country. Once my temper settled down, I laughed at myself, and the apple guy became one of my friend Jessie's favorite stories. Whenever she introduces me to someone, she says, "Wait until you hear Tara's story about the guy with the big sack of apples. It is so funny." I never get tired of telling that story. The last two weeks have been very hard for ...
... supplied by friends in the know.
We started with a long walk through the town center, past a giant Mao statue and on to Kuanzhaixiang, one of the more pleasant instantiations of the standard Chinese city's tourist shopping district. We ate our spicy Sichuan noodles in one of the small restaurants here and browsed some of the quirky stores. To Ine's enduring envy, Roeby bought a beautiful ring with a topaz stone.