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... supervised by bored looking people who sat by the door and could tell you nothing.
We had lunch. "Ok, we are late, let's sit here". We sit down. "Oh, no, wait, we can't sit here, Let's sit here." It was a buffet lunch. As soon as people had put down their chopsticks after finishing their meal "ok, let's go!" In the afternoon we went to a silk museum and a fan factory. They were both fine. Then at 4pm, we got into the bus to go for dinner. Before dinner we stood ...
... entry). We met in People's Park and chatted, then went to Starbucks where he told me it was his birthday! And he didn't even let me pay for the drinks! We had a good chat and after a couple of hours I went back to the tuition centre. When I got there Serena was still wearing her plastic pink "glasses" and playing with a bouncy ball (in her dance class!). She saw me and ran up to me and said "can you hold this?" and handed me over her stinky ...
... to be the mother of. Jimmy's dad was the driver, as he hadn't been drinking (or at least not as much as everyone else, Ms Liang included!). I got home at the grand old time of 8.30pm :-) It was a good day. NB - I wore a black outfit - it's not bad luck or morbid to wear black at a Chinese wedding. I will leave you with something Ms Liang said whilst drunk and emotional which I whole heartedly agree with. She said "Chinese and western culture are different, but human culture is the ...
... they have never been late when I have been there, maybe when others are present 8pm or 9pm is a limit, who know what happens when the wives and children aren't there!
So I attended a wedding on Saturday (see my following entry), and the night before, we had dinner at the hotel where the wedding was going to be held. This was again a private room with 2 large tables, and approximately 30 people present. This meal didn't last ...
Crumbs... I just realised I forgot to write about Xitang, we went there.... 2 weeks ago?... Well, instead of just lumping the pics from there onto another entry, here's a brief piece on it with some pics.
An old walled village, which has been restored and has lot of tourist shops there, and is all set over a river with lots of small bridges going over. It's a maze... so easy to enter 1 way and never find your way out. We had a great time there :)