Wanjie International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... from the school made all of us take pictures together because he bought our cakes! Nothing is free in China! I took some pictures of people taking pictures of us to give you an idea of what it feels like to be Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Since we were mostly split up I can only share my experiences on that street. The family that I ate with the other evening's aunt and cousin showed up. They bought my daughter, Jade, a ...
... t observe this same liking, because cold drinks are few and far between here. They like to drink warm drinks, no matter what meal and no matter what weather. Sure it may be 80 degrees outside, but doggone it the Chinese are drinking hot water and hot tea!
In an earlier post I mentioned my stay with Chen Min's auntie and my lesson on properly serving Chinese tea. Well, on Saturday this same Auntie invited us to return to Zibo ...
... a rather large dinner, but given
the circumstances and the fact that I wasn't included in the conversation much, I decided it would be best to go to bed early. Everyone understood completely, and I felt a lot better in the morning having gotten a great night's sleep!
The next day was supposed to be my day of “experiencing Chinese home life”, as said by the official Shandong University of Technology schedule, ...
... find out the real scoop) that there would be masks provided at the door and the dress was casual. Well casual to me means that I can wear a dress, plus I didn't have any shirts to match my mask, so Chen Min and I took the guys to a downtown area filled with rows of various shops.
The guys were okay with coming, because they were both bound and determined to buy pink shirts. The amount of guys in China wearing pink shirts is like ...
... 24178;杯: bottoms up!). It is considered impolite to not ganbie if the maker of the toast says it, but I surprisingly had little trouble downing the small glass. I'm not sure if that is good or bad, but the Chinese men thought it was hilarious that the little American girl could ganbei in one flip of the glass instead of in multiple sips like the other women!
After dinner, Chen Min's aunt and uncle were nice enough ...