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... of how well I use it ;)
Everyone that didn't come is missing out and you guys would've had an experience of a life time. I'm not trying to show-off or anything but Mr Wang and Ms Dunn are the perfect match, I couldn't ask for any better teachers.
- Ahmed Ahmed ...
... Mendanghudui) means something like "gate social order".
In Chinese language, the word for gate and door are the same. Space is not internal or external, rather private or public. The gate at the street is the separation, even more precisely the threshold itself, always raised, marks the family from the universe. It is the primal component of traditional Chinese architecture.
You are supposed to step over the threshold, not on it, ...
... was. Jean told me that he and Louis were already at 798. That made me angry because I waited so long for Louis. Jean said that I should go meet them there.
"Screw that." I thought. I decided to do my own thing at that moment. My new plan was to finally eat at Rumi, a Persian restaurant, in Sanlitun. I asked Lindsay if she wanted to join me.
We took the subway to Sanlitun. When we got at our stop, we just decided to check out Workers ...
... amp; Mother. I joke of course, I took a ****-ake instead. Once again, I joke. We arrived at the metro station closest to our hotel (literally a 2 minute walk) and checked in. We dumped our heavy bags, did a recce of the room and then went back down to the concierge to discuss our train journey down to Nanning (near the Vietnamese border) later in the week. Sadly the train we had intended on taking was full up so we've ...
... until 1911 when the Royal Dynasty was deposed. The palace covers 72 hectares of ver ornate buildings, courtyards with marble tiles and carvings, and marble bridges. The Palace was built in the 14the century by the Tang Dynasty. The Emporer has one wife but about 70 concubines. Each night he would choose a concubine from a list of cards - lucky. Locke. the Chinese are very superstitious & touch anything that n their ...