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... create such elegant art.
We read Chinese poetry today in Chinese class and it was so beautiful. It (Zai Bie Kang qiao) was one of the most beautiful poems I've ever read and we've only translated the first two lines.
Tai Chi was just as grueling as day one but I'll manage. I need to loosen up anyways. We helped teach a different English class and I was slightly more useful even though every one in my group seemed bored to tears. Half of ...
... to hold a panda over spring break, had my first drink of pomegranate juice, discovered a garden of winter-sweet and smelled the first blooms, and seen the mountains that are to the east of the city from an apartment window which means that the air was clear, and gained a new flatmate.
See the pictures for the huge wreaths that people bring when someone dies. Normally they are left for at least 3 days, up to a week, but these were ...
... and bottoms up again. I began to recognize the process and had a change of heart towards that fermented ...
As we all know, it's very hot in Xi'an. I don't think I'll be able to look at Maryland weather the same after this trip because honestly, Maryland is NOTHING compared to this. Recently, I have been using my air conditioner more often. My host mother has taken notice and, caring about me very much, wanted to warn me of the dangers of the air conditioner. Now, my host mom, like most, does not speak ...
... complex, so it gets quieter. Much like the Taoist temple I visited earlier in the week, it was more interesting to see devotees in prayer than to see the temples themselves, which were still mind-blowing. I climbed to the top, and got the best view of Xi’an that I could before the rain set in. Chilled to the bone, I warmed up with a snack at, of all things, a German restaurant run by Chinese people. Then I hopped back on another 610. Easy peasy ...