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... living ordinary lives. So - you would see old Shanghai pushed right up against new Shanghai! When we got to the center of old Shanghai, Lin was very excited to show us where she grew up as a little girl and she pointed out her uncles tea house! Pretty neat! Also in Shanghai, is a shopping center designed by Kim, an architectural engineer from Italy! Pretty neat to have him in our distinguished group!
And then ...
... try the food in public areas except in Nanjing when I was with my host family, and it was often very juicy from the sauces. When we went to the famous Peking Duck banquet in Beijing, I was also excited by the yummy and tasty meals, which looked amazing. Generally speaking, food in Northern China seemed to have a stronger taste because a lot more sauce was used. It was also interesting to note that ...
Since being back from Hong Kong not too much has happened. The weather has gotten increasingly nicer so we have had the chance to get outside on our courtyard and play some volleyball. On Friday we went to the main SUFE campus and found a volleyball court and played there all afternoon. Oh how I have missed playing volleyball.
On Saturday night we went to this place called Mr.X. The name makes it sound super sketchy, but it actually is ...
... she remembers it tasting much better. No one liked it. Michael said it smells like elephant poo and tastes like it too. I cant even describe the texture. It was so bad. Michael and I then split a ball we can only describe as fried strawberry ice cream. it was DELICIOUS. however, it still did not erase the taste of fermented tofu. Tradition and change...
We then had some free time. So Steve took us to the Communist Party ...
... of Grandma's potatoes!! After that Catherine went back to her hostel, planning to head onto Beijing for the best part of the week on Sunday.
One of my best friends over here is Jo, and Wednesday was her birthday, As I have Chinese class on Wednesdays, we met up Tuesday evening after school for all you can eat Indian buffet on Laowai Street :o)
HOPEFULLY, come the end of our contracts in June, we will take the Trans-Siberian train from Beijing to St Petersburg together! :D