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... had to make Tsingtao into the brand that it is today (I bet you didn't know that Asahi is a close cousin of Tsingtao). The best part was Seeing the production line and how the how packaging process is pretty much fully automated. There were a few people standing along the packaging production line but they were mainly for quality control purposes. However, I think I did spot the most mundane job in the world, one man had ...
... stop in Shanghai for a day or so. We will be in Tsingtao for Chinese New Year which will be an experience. Oh and if you wondering who I was referring to when I say we I will tell you that it's me and my girlfriend Jackie , we met while we're working on board a cruise ship and spent the last six months working in hot teaching English. It gets pretty cold up north about -20° in the depths of winter, so most people end up going on vacation in winter that I mean the ...
... similar to that found in western South Dakota. To get there, we chose to travel through the Laoshan tunnel and enter the Loashan Park from the northeast. The villages located along the coast are very archaic, with limited roads or signs. When asking for directions on where to start climbing the mountain, every villager just pointed toward the peak and said 'start here and climb'. I’m sure there are many goat trails to the top, but we were hoping for a more ...
... I uploaded, dare you eat something dark like that? Trust me, you will never regret for trying!
So chilly that day in Qingdao, we rejected the plan of wandering around the city, but headed up to the airport directly after the lunch at 1pm.
Arriving at the airport at 1:30pm, time to check in! Excited! Singapore I'm coming! Again! This time, no Phuket, no Australia, just for you-Singapore!
... the largest producer and consumer of coal, accounts for half of the world’s coal consumption and expects a continued power growth rate of 5%. Although China is planning to invest $380 billion in clean, renewable energy; dirty coal will continue in the foreseeable future. Sadly, any effect from the new renewable sources will not reduce carbon emissions in the air until nearly 2027, at best.
There are several measurements used to monitor air quality ...
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