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... hot sun. They were all bent over, carefully planting the rice stalks. In August, all the factory people take two weeks off from their jobs and go out into the farm country to help harvest the crop. They cut the individual stalks with a scythe, transport all the stalks to a building; and then put these stalks in a machine which separates out the rice kernels from the stalks. The stalks then become fertilizer for the next crop of ...
... The boat company has decided to make more money by offering shore excursions, but our paperwork showed all excursions to be included. I had tossed this back and forth in emails with our company before boarding as I heard earlier talking with our Beijing office that things had changed this year and this was something new.
One tour was way too much for our group to handle with four hundred steps up to view the new Fengdu. ...
... are spectacular and there are so many of them, some with a train line underneath the road. There is a massive amount of building going on in China, we counted over 50 cranes in a small area, concrete trucks working around the clock. We were told there are over 100,000 high rise apartment buildings over 20 stories high in Chongqing...as far as you look in every direction there are apartment blocks. No one lives in houses only the millionaires. They can cost ...
... the same meaning as they do in Chinese but they are said completely different. So, though they cant speak Kanji (Chinese characters) to each other, they can write them. Some of the conversation took place between pen and paper and that was lost on me. A little bit later ZhangYu, one of my best friends here asked if he could bring his teacher to visit them, he told me she was a Japanese teacher and could speak Japanese very well. I told them to meet us at the coffee shop. They came and ...
... cool and the wall with a ton of little Buddhas was cool (although in the cultural revolution someone sat there and defaced each and every one). The whole morning there was really fun. We walked around for a while then rested and had tea. After we got a tour guide and one of my best students was there to help translate (he did an incredible job).
Later on that day I got a Chinese hair cut haha. They washed my hair, cut it and then washed it again, all for 15 yuan. I look a ...