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... orale dans mon cours de Classiques chinois traduits en anglais. Puisque je n'avais peu le temps de me préparer, j'ai parlé en anglais à propos de ce que j'ai appris de ce cours et du manuel.
La semaine dernière, j'ai demandé à mon enseignante de mon cours de Changements de sociétés en Asie de l'Est, si je pouvais répondre aux questions de l'examen de mi-session et elle a accepté. J'étais si soulagée parce que j'avais de la ...
... cab had only four available seats, the taxi driver added a back seat for the Korean student. The driver offered us to drive us to Shida Night Market for a good price, but one of German had motion sickness so we got off at Xiangshan Station. We got off to Dongmen Station because the Korean's university is in Taoyuan and had to transfert line for Huilong Station.
Guang Hua Digital Plaza
On Friday October 30, I went to Guang Hua Digital Plaza located only ...
... fried pork ones were nice, Heath was not too sure about the boiled prawn ones though. And Heath hogged the umbrella all the way home again as we went in shop after shop trying to find some granola that I got the other day and loved but we failed!
Ho hum back at Paula now - oh and about £5 got me 2 bottle of Smirnoff ice, 2 bottles of coke zero, a box of Pringles and some sweets - get in!
Tune in tomorrow to see where we ...
... Everyone else’s eyeballs
still rolling around in the sockets
lazy, still contemplating wallpaper. And
The first one in dreams, the first one
intoxicated. All those pixels around you
still pretending to be people. What you
want is to write them all down. Hold
them each still until you paint the ...
... II and Chairman Mao's communist revolution on the mainland. For 50 years before that, Taiwan was part of the Japanese Empire.
The city tour was fascinating, and I am forever indebted to Shaun for letting me know about it. Beer's on me next time you're in Oz. There were six of us in a van with a driver and trilingual guide up front. A Japanese couple, an elderly Canadian couple, me and Shaun. We watched the changing of the guard at the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall beneath a sculpture ...