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... practising tai chi or even advertising their children for dating.....We were a bit confused what a large crowd of 'older' folk were doing standing around with bits of paper with writing on by their feet, some with photos. We could make out words like '150cm'. At first we thought it was describing missing people but finally we found someone who spoke a little English and it transpired these were parents trying to find a partner for their children. It was like a cattle market ...
... chicken and a bunch of dumplings. My stomach was please. I was craving for those dumplings for a while.
The beer was good too. It was nice to hang out with Natasha. We usually have busy schedules.
"I am so glad you invited me to get dumplings." I said.
"Of course." Natasha smiled.
"I was not going to do anything tonight." I confessed.
"I would have probably gone with somebody else if you did not come." Natasha explained. ...
... Australian flag on them, with chopsticks. It was one of the moments where you reflect on your journey so far, and I realized, again, how blessed I am to be here, and how thankful I am. I am so thankful that I have built my little Chinese family here, and to feel so incredibly safe, loved and happy here. So even though the Thanksgiving was not like in the movies, I couldn't have asked for a better introduction to ...
... as long. It was really incredible to be going as fast as we were. I had the initial reaction one has when the driver of the car is going faster than is comfortable as a passenger out of control (Leo), but I quickly adjusted and the ride was smooth and relaxing. Arriving in Beijing was stressful. Dad and I had 5 bags, including two duffle bags, two roller bags and the golf clubs between us. ...
... wind, it was much colder than Xi’an. And there was this weird white thing on the ground. It was fluffy and very cold. Dr. Jay packed it into a ball and threw it at us. Needless to say, I wasn’t expecting to see snow here.
We decided to visit the Summer Palace that day. The Summer Palace was the home of the Qing royal family in the summer months (aka March-November). They made up the last dynasty. The palace that we visited ...