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... vehicles were on display, all from the Pyonghua (“Peace”) factory and clearly marked with the company’s logo of two doves, signifying Korea’s wish for reunification. We spent less time in the Light Industry Hall, although the display of products manufactured in North Korea was interesting and varied - clothes, bicycles, food and beverages, books, household products, furniture, and so on.
A highlight of the visit was seeing a ...
... her own hands and came to the shop, got the supplies and brewed all the herbs in my home. In the traditional times, this was actually common practice for the doctor to brew the medicine for the patient and taste it before the patient went ahead with thee treatment. Unexpectedly, I got to experience this. The medicine was bitter but it was better than taking cough syrup in my opinion. I took two different treatments from Dr. Fu. The first was to help with my ...
... as we were walking by. Especially our (super-white and blond) Danish friend had a lot of success!
Day 6 – People, people, people
On our first full day in Beijing we instantly wanted to visit the Forbidden City. However, when we got close to Tiananmen square (from where you enter the Forbidden City) we quickly changed our mind. THERE WERE SO MANY PEOPLE. Before going to China we had been warned it would get busy during national week, but none of us had expected it ...
... would always go search for places to eat. She was willing to try anything. So sad that she was not there to enjoy the meal with us.
On a positive note, I was so grateful to eat an amazing meal with my two amazing friends Olivia and Lindsay. We shared a deep bond from spending so much time together last semester. So happy to be with good people.
After lunch, we shopped at Yashow. Lindsay and Olivia needed winter coats for Harbin. They ...
... I am negative about my job right now haha)..Shanghai was so much
fun.Afterwards we were being prompted by Whitney to find a
club. We found a sports bar nearby (The
Camel…supposed to be top rated in Shanghai as a sports bar)…We had no luck