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This was the day we all went to a relocation tour of a house
of a resident who had been relocated to a new apartment provided by the
government due to the flooding of the Yangtze River to do the 3 Gorges project.
This was an optional tour off the cruise boat. We chose this
instead of checking out a high red pagoda which we saw from the boat anyway. The
local guide interpreted for us and we could ask any questions we ...
... buildings and building much larger ones and eating into the countryside. An overwhelming 30 million people live in the several towns and cities that make up the greater Chongqing metropolitan zone.
The city centre is immaculate with the bright lights of big, famous fashion brands illuminating the main streets. When viewed from afar, as we did when crossing the river by cable car, it has a ...
Yesterday was our last day on Chongqing. We got up early and decided to get 'breakfast' at the hostel. The woman said they had a famous chicken dish so we decided to get it. I think it was literally the hottest thing I have ever eaten... Pretty much a plate full of chillies!! Not quite what I fancied in the morning... Egg and bacon would have been perfect! In the day we took the metro to the ancient town ...
... were a couple girl students at my party that are as innocent as a newborn. They were mightily confused as to why these two ladies had just walked in. I knew instantly what had happened and being drunk, I thought it was damn hilarious. Two weeks earlier Keel had come up to visit and when walking along a shopping street, we were approached by three ladies walking with stilts under their heels, eye liner like Johnny Depp and enough powder caking on their face to qualify ...
... the whole class, I broke them up into small groups. They were instructed to creatively write 3 stories (sophomores) or 2 stories (Freshmen). I walked around and helped them out with words, grammar and story ideas. Many times I would read a group's story while they were writing it, and think/say, wow this is really cleaver. Then I would come back at the end and read the whole story, it would be too perfect. I would ask, “is this a famous Chinese story?” They would ...