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... European style rather than
traditional Chinese. John had taken us out at lunchtime to a cafe and
we bought a hot-dog pancake roll from a street vendor on the way which
was delicious. In the evening he took us down to a really typical
Chinese area with tiny shops and street food and market stalls lining
the roadside. Very ...
... bag and Will bought a pink jacket and some T-shirts.
We came back to the Hotel and had a cup of tea and then wandered down the other road to a couple of parks, full of Chinese out singing and playing cards, and youngsters on bikes and blowing bubbles.
We walked down to the Shangri-La and had a cocktail. Came back to the hotel at 6.45pm for half an hour and then went over the road to our lovely restaurant again.
Our favourite little restaurant opposite the Noble Hotel in Changchun. The food in the north of China is very spicy and they make the most fantastic spicy chips! The staff are so friendly and it is always full of Chinese eating their meals. As we walked out the staff were preparing the ...
... where the car exploded a couple of weeks ago. We didn't visit Mao's mausoleum!
From Tiananmen Square, you walk through one of the ancient gates into The Forbidden City, from where the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties ruled for over 500 years. The hoi polloi were not allowed to enter...although we can now, as the buildings are mostly empty, the contents removed to various museums. The buildings are very beautiful, with ...
For clarification, the title of this post is not a translation. The Chinese is that studying has finished, and you can read the English.
This morning I took my final exam for my classes here in China. Yesterday I had my composition final (400 characters on a given topic) and today was my conversation class final which included listening and reading comprehension, sentence structuring, written translation, and oral communication. This test marked ...