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... charades, English word games, and then we split up in small groups with one American per 5 Chinese students to have free talks. The girls I spoke with were so cool. Two of them, Cathy and Lily, I had met previously and are two of my really good non-international friends.
One of my favorite moments was when I introduced myself to a girl and she shouted, "HI! I'M APPLE!! I LOVE CHEESECAKE! DO YOU LOVE CHEESECAKE?!?!" It's always great to come into a ...
... wall is the new Xi'an with lots of skyscrapers.
Yesterday morning we went to see the terracotta warriors. Although it was really interesting to see the terracotta warriors it wasn't actually as big as I was expecting. I think when you see photos and documentaries you have one perception but in reality it is slightly different. I did make a new friend there but he didn't talk too much and was a bit stony faced....... :)
... are prepared in a broth or wrapped with something move flavorful like pork. The texture I can only describe as similar to eating a thick piece of cold rubber. During this service a tall man dressed in traditional Chinese robes came in and shouted a story or something regarding our meal before bowing and walking out. No one had any idea what he said as it was in some ancient dialect no one at the table spoke. I asked if he was supposed to represent ...
... ride around. But, after a bit, a walls a wall, and it's not really necessary to walk or bike the whole thing. And the wall has been largely reconstructed, so it does have a bit of a "fake" feel. By the Drum tower is the Muslim Quarter (Xi'an was historically the start of the Silk Road in China), which makes a nice break from the city. It's mostly walking streets, so you actually feel like you're not in a sprawling metropolis for a bit, and while ...
... facial features and hairstyles, leading to more speculation about who made them. No documents have ever been found relating to the area of the site. They believe that anyone who made a Terracotta warrior or had anything to do with the building of the cave would have been killed to protect the secrecy of the tomb. The place is very awe-inspiring and you get taken aback by what was even possible thousands of years ago.
The day had ...