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... to meet the others, who were staying at the Hulu hotel just five minutes away from our hotel. Zijing, my former classmate from my journalism studies, was there, and she's the one organising this trip as part of her wedding. It was really great to see her again, I think I hadn't seen her for three years. Zijing had booked a minivan for the who whole group (we're about 10), and together we drive to the 798 Gallery Arts area, to walk around there. It was ...
... will climb up on to my lap. Not only are teachers a lot more tactile but the take a constant stream of pictures during the lesson which are then uploaded to WeChat, which is a combination of WhatsApp and Facebook. Each class will have a WeChat group, meaning that the Chinese teacher will upload a stream of pictures from the lesson to each of these groups. There is even one Chinese teacher who I have seen on many occasions taking selfies with ...
... orders drinks with meals but they have soup. It seems that Chinese people wash down a meal with soup as it is served at the end of the meal. I have not confirmed this with anyone but it seems like a valid hypothesis. It was the cow’s intestines by the way. I should have known there was something different about it because both Sun and Jinling were surprised that I ordered it. Other than being a lot chewier than beef normally is, and a bit ...
... If I wanted it badly, I would wait to buy it in the US because it would be cheaper there than in China.
We exited the mall and Emi and we ran into Garret. I was screaming his name until Emi pointed out that he was listening to his headphones. Garret was taken back by my new look. I forgot that he did not see me when I got my hair dyed. We talked for a bit before he had to run off.
Emi and I decided to eat wontons at the Asian fusion place outside of west ...
... stayed with him until the end.
Leo (his brother) and Max (Kalliopi's brother) helped us lift all of our really heavy luggage onto the train. That was beyond helpful.
The train pulled out. Everyone was comfortable. The rooms weren't huge. But it was fun for one night.
The next train car down was full of English/Brittish college students. We all had a cultural exchange and made some new friends. They are really cool.