Biyun Diamond Court
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... We're Canadian...", which garnered what I'm not sure was comprehension. My Chinese-Canadian friends said they find people rude, and they get stares. I think there's a definite a self-centredness among Chinese, perhaps because living in such a large place means you have to look out for number one. There's also a sense that, in crowds, people act like they're part of a fluid. There's always some jostling and pushing, but never meanness. There's sort ...
... Flight KLM10275 to Amsterdam has been delayed by approx 30 mins'. Okay I can handle that, we still have enough time to make the flight to Shanghai, only the announcements kept on coming until it became clear we 100% undoubtedly are going to miss the flight to Shanghai. SHITT. My usual calm, easy going demeanor had clearly thought F- THIS **** and jumped out of the window somewhere over the North Sea.
HOWEVER, something like this was bound to happen ...
... out that they weren't mushrooms, but fish throats. Again there was beef, pork, shrimp, vegetables, noodles and rice as well as several soups and a sichuan style large fried prawn which came complete with a massive prawn's head. For dessert we were given fruit and a hot congealed almond milk. It was a lot of food, but in the formal work setting I didn't feel comfortable digging in, so although a lot of food was provided I left ...
... along the river, sure to provide exceptional views of the city at night. Whoa did it ever!!!
We also managed to see more people in this one location than we had in the past six months. There were people everywhere, taking photos, chasing children, holding hands, talking loudly to try and be heard over the low roar that constituted thousands of Chineese accented voices.
Looking back to the city, past the wave of people that were migrating ...
On December 22nd 2012, Christmas came to Xinhua Lu in the guise of a potluck party with all of our friends (well the ones who didn't have other plans, and who hadn't already left China for the holidays that is)
My offering was to be a banoffee pie; which I'm thinking might be a British thing, because no one who came had ever heard of it before! The people at the party were from China, Thailand, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Kazakhstan, Italy, ...