Rong Cheng Hotel
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... was great but it was the 90 minute conversation with Amy about all things political which was memorable. Amy's perspective on the news of the world and the events of recent history are shaped by the access to information that she can get and the word of mouth stories she gleans from her tourists. Her explanation of a possible theory on 911 was shaded by a discussion she'd had with two Arabian women. The acceptance of government regulation and indoctrination was an eye opener - ...
... wiry and coarse. It did not feel all that great. They kept squirting her paws with honey to keep her happy...YUP! KEEP THIS BABY PANDA HAPPY WHILE I AM CUDDLING HER. This was truly an experience of a lifetime as this is the only place in the world where you can actually touch a panda...even if it was somewhat contrived. And although it was expensive, I got a t-shirt, bag, dvd, magazine, photo in a 10 lb plexiglass frame (just what I need at this point is more ...
... the Chinese people understand the importance of this Government policy – you need to just go visit India.
o The facts are IF you can afford to take care of another child than you can pay and have as many as you can afford.
o Fact: many Chinese really don’t want more children as they can have a good life (lots of things) with only one child. What if our government said if you want more children ...
... a feel for the goods. After we felt we saw a good array of clothing, 4 of us guys decided on a jacket to get. Oddly we each chose a pea coat, which is my typical style, but definitely not any of the other guys usual clothing choice. Most of the guys bartered a little bit, each getting there coat for about 180 yuan, or 30 bucks. Speaking of "bucks" how did that term even come around? I happen to know. During the 1800s when settlers were still, well, settling, the ...
... open because all the pollution will get in, but we need fresh air. China doesn't have fresh air! What to do, what to do!? : ( Especially after working/interning with EPA's Office of Air, Toxics, and Waste, and reading all about indoor air quality, I've learned important it is to air out your house every once in a while.
What do I do? What do you think?
Today was also the last time I was going to see Mommy and ...