Wulai Pause Landis Resort
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... de ma note 73%. :-) Même la prof m'a félicité en me remettant le papier.
Le jour suivant, j'ai présenté un livre pour enfants qui s'intitule I love you like crazy cakes que j'ai traduit de l'anglais au chinois pour mon cours d'Introduction à la traduction. Ce livre raconte l'histoire d'une femme étrangère qui va en Chine adopter une fille. La présentation orale vaut 10% du cours.
Mercredi le 4 novembre, j'ai eu une autre ...
... me I didn't so much that morning) so I bought four sponge cake skewers (I got Sponge Bob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs and Gary). Sponge cake in Chinese is 雞蛋糕 but the first character ji is the word for chicken. I find its funny. Then we walked and chat, took some pictures and around 6 pm, we decided to come back home. But we weren't a bit lost and we waited bus, since we were waiting a long time, we finally decided to take cab. Because we were five people ...
... was the 'White Terror' when around 30000 people were killed. Although I suppose we shouldn't constantly compare Taiwan to China is it really hard not too!! Even the Taiwanese do it without even thinking. The culture in Taiwan is way more chilled and fun than in China. It's very commercial here and you can see the American/Japanese influence. It's also a liberal society for example Taipei has a gay area (unheard of in the mainland). The people are so fun and friendly. They are also ...
... people and scenes sat within tiny, tiny spaces – amazing!
The last galleries focussed on Chinese bronzes thro’ the ages. As per jade history, early Chinese culture ruled by theocracy, but this gradually transitioned, due to a burgeoning humanistic awareness, to a society based on rituals and proprieties. So the advanced bronze smelting and casting skills brought in a new age of ritual vessels and weaponry. So because the two primary affairs of ...
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Taipei is the capital of the Republic of China (commonly known as Taiwan). It has a population of about two million people. Taipei is about a 30 minute drive from our port in Keelung. The driving is not frenzied like it was in Manila or Bali. Drivers actually made an effort to stay in their lanes!
Our first stop in Taipei was ...