Tian Yi Hotel
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... need to do your due diligence, spend time doing marketing research and if possible partner up with a well establish firm that has a track record of success in China. The bureaucracy can be brutal so a local partner can facilitate the process. They used IDEO to do their market research and business concept which equates to very good funding which usually makes for a successful business venture.
... the concert. When we arrived we discovered you needed a ticket to attend. There were no booths selling tickets, though one hawker tried to sell us one. We said no as there was no english on the card to know what the real price would have been. We decided to just sit on a bench outside the concert area and listen from there. We had only been sitting for a few minutes when a woman came running up to us and in Chinese ...
Joining in with their fellow Canadian guests at school on Thursday, they participated in combined classes. The timetable for the
afternoon showing a formal gathering was on the agenda. Our girls dressed in their formal VYLTC blazers, looking their best for professional group photos to be taken. With the Ozzies and Canadians side by side, they all stood tall and proud. Their smiles sheer evidence of the pride they all feel being involved in ...
So the roommate (completely forgot her name) went to check about subtitles or options. About 15 minutes into the movie we were given the option of coming back at 7:30 that night for the English version of the movie, the tickets would just be switched out. At the time we were watching the 4:00 or 4:30 movie. The other four girls decided to take the switch. Now it didn't occur to me until later that of the Americans Elizabeth and I were the ...
... in one colour then I’d do myself to save a few million! There was just the one of those; black with a slightly lumpy texture in places, but essentially a big black square. It probably had some kind of pretentious name too, like ‘Pondering the Infinite Possibilities of The Depths of the Human Condition’, only more annoying; though Frederic and I were spared that as there was no translation from the Mandarin.
Anywho! The first room had a ...