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Allan's Theory on Gambling in Beijing
The Chinese in Beijing have an affinity towards gambling be it at cards, horse racing or the roulette table. However, the most risky form of gambling in Beijing is in using a 'Pedestrian Crossing'.
The risks are indeed high;
- you win – you get to cross the road
- you lose - you die
There are very sophisticated crossings with ‘Green ...
After that class, I had another class. During break, Chloe came out and she was shocked when I ran to hug Mohini. So sad that Mohini is returning to Santa Clara next semester.
I was lucky that I got ended early. So, Katherine and I went to eat green beans. The waiter got confused by my Chinese until Katherine told her what I meant. Shows that I need to work on my Chinese.
As we were eating, the Jesuits came in: Father Gene, ...
... was being rebuilt for tourists, apparently tourists are allowed on the wall to take photos. I thought these commies were secretive. I certainly didn't expect them to allow invading forces to take holiday snaps of military fortifications. Fools!
By this point we'd decided to switch sides and pledge our alliance to Genghis and company, of course we weren't going to announce this until we reached the wall. This ...
... and Angus- and lastly we plan to stop off in Yueyang back in Hengshan for the Dragon Boat festival activities!...Hunan is actually the birthplace of this particular festival and Yueyang (so I’m told) is its origin and so this is the place to be! And we three plan to be there before I return for my last week as a teacher at Yueyun! ...so weird how time has flown but I won’t lie- MAN I CANT WAIT TO GET HOME TO SEE MY AWESOME FAMILY, DRINK AND EAT EVERYTHING AND LOUNGE BY ...
... each. The conversation ended with me receiving one's business card and them inviting us to dinner Saturday. I told them Christian and I would be working all day Saturday and then go back to school, but I cannot help but smile at the memory of the younger man leaning in and earnestly telling telling me that good meals build good relationships--that is the Chinese way, and I certainly agree with this viewpoint! They got off the stop before us, but not ...