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... paintings. It was such a one of a kind experience. We then took our bus to the CCCWA building. This is the agency my aunt adopted my cousins through. We got to see where the employees work that do all of the paperwork for adoptions. We learned that China did not start doing electronic paperwork until 2008! They were handwriting everything before that! While we were there, the girls got to have a little culture class where they learned basic calligraphy and paper cutting. They had ...
... awkward behavior. So happy to run into my professor again because his class was so amazing last semester. So sad that I do not have him again.
After my meeting, I chilled with Matt in his room.
Then, I returned to my room. My roommate Mike and I talked about what I learned in Chinese last semester. Mike asked me to read some characters. I forgot a few.
Now, I am listening to music before having to start my first day of classes tomorrow.
... and practiced this with her husband for 5 minutes prior. Their gazing and smiling at us didn't exactly help their stealth attempts.
The apparent laissez-faire attitude that the chinese have towards toilet-based activities was taken to the next level when we saw a number of children in onesies with large (deliberately-designed) holes round the bum area. I think its safe to assume that this is for one thing and one thing only. If you need to go, ...
... up close and personal with several Chinese (at least there doesn’t seem to be spitting on the subway trains!) we ended up at a different Peking Duck restaurant which was good but not as good as the previous one - however both served you duck soup made from the duck carcass - it is very much like a bowl of warm greasy water - horrible!
We are now back at the hotel trying to get some enthusiasm for packing - for the last ...
... history, the big projects in China, were perceived and completed through the employment of massive manpower resources. The Great Wall is pretty special. The section we went to see was at Mutianyu and we chose to visit this section because of two factors. It's best viewed in October as it's surrounded by trees and looks fantastic in the autumn and secondly because it has both restored, 1980s, and un-restored sections that are 700 years old and untouched. The walk up to ...