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... the mouth of a well educated young women such as Amy.
On a much lighter note there are two ridiculous moments from the day. And perhaps they shouldn't be detailed on the blog.
The first was Mac's interaction with Christine in the morning. Christine wanted to know if Mac was Chinese and when he said "no" she wanted to know if he were sure. As he continued to explain his ethnic origins, Christine interrupted and told him that she understands he is not Chinese ...
... a tax write off. I think it was worth it. And since all my meals are paid for, I should survive:) Isn't it all just blue and pink play money?? In Chengdu, and especially here, we saw our first Caucasians and it seemed strange to say the least. We had another amazing lunch! You think I am exaggerating, but I am not...not one bit. It keeps getting better and better. I am still in shock at how delicious it is. Sorry, if I keep repeating myself...We went shopping in ...
... to make sure you can afford them?
o To get married here – you better own a home first. Has this thought been in our Western mindset in the past 65 years?
o We in the West have been brainwashed that communism is bad (enabling us to hate most of Eastern Europe, Cuba and China). Yet the richest and best jobs belong to members of the Communist Party (Government).
o The people ...
I am back in Chengdu for Mid-Autumn Festival (12/09/11) on a couple day's getaway with Jocelyn and Manu (the Shaoyang foreign teacher in CQ for his visa).
When I go back to Chongqing tomorrow (14/09/11), later that day I am being sent back to Urumqi for a month (!!), which I only found out about 2 days ago before leaving for Chengdu. Three provinces in one day... crazy!!
... the train is all spicy, and didn't fancy spicy food for breakfast.
The train was due to arrive just before 3pm, so we spent the morning chilling out, typing up the blog and watching China go by out the window. We got the shock of our lives then at 1.20pm when everyone got off the train and we were also told to get off as we'd reached our stop. Didn't have a thing ready, so had to hurriedly pack everything. And as we got off the train – saw the sign for the ...