Shanghai Julu Garden Villa
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... why I love travelling.
So I ordered a salad at Element Fresh. It was delicious. The four of us talked about school and then headed to a Japanese underground street to buy some dessert. I got so excited, as I was a little homesick by then and ended up buying Taiyaki and Japanese style crepe. Edward and I ate a lot. Monica was like, "You're in China and you can't be eating Japanese food!" but I did anyways :)
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... Shanghai and Xian they looked like extremely large cities but there’s more yep that’s right Chongqing is the largest city in China. They have around 9 million people travel the public transport system daily. (Russia has 9 million people use the underground daily)!
Here again the road building , reclaiming of river banks (Yangtze River) etc, to build railway lines, roads is just mind blowing. We witnessed bridge repairs that are executed ...
... The cave itself is pretty cool, I imagine it would be the perfect place for Batman’s lair. The lights were super tacky but actually kinda fun.
The next day we checked out of our place in Guilin and headed down to Yangshou. We decided to take the scenic route via a boat down the Li River. This part was actually the most beautiful. We sailed down the river as the huge towering rock formations passed us by. It was also a chance for us to ...
... they leave at my door is written in Chinese, I've now spent quite a bit of time tracking them around China and am growing increasingly familiar with the process. In fact, my last one was practically a breeze. I got a note on my door, written in Chinese, so I assumed it was from the post office. I went to the only one I've ever seen. They said "hip hippity floger nisherwan" and pointed outside. Uh huh....so I took it to Helen. Helen ...
There are over 60,000 symbols in the Chinese alphabet, of which approximately 6,000 are used for everyday conversation and reading.
But even with 6,000 characters, have you ever wondered how Chinese people use an iPhone? Read on!
First, two points to know about the Chinese written language:
1. In addition to sounds, Chinese symbols have tone (intonations): even, rising, lowering, or lowering-rising (a dip). The same phonetic ...