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... night market street and bartered with him on a price. We agreed on 20 rmb. I could have got him to go lower but he was easily in his 80’s and 20 rmb is just over 3 dollars. On the way I asked him about a cheap place for duck. He was very honest and said we wouldn’t find it in this area.
We found a restaurant and ordered enough food for 4 people… and consumed it ALL…. we had lotus root, sweet and sour pork, chicken ...
One month of teaching down and I'm still in one piece. Unlike a few stories I've heard from some of the other interns I've managed to make it through without experiencing any China Days yet. China Days are what we were told to expect at least once while we're out here, it's a day where the culture of China becomes just too much that we have a mini breakdown. Now that I've said that I imagine that I will be having one soon. Getting used to the organisational side of work here hasn't ...
... from our hotel room. The pollution index, displayed in the hotel’s dining room had skyrocketed from 139 (unhealthy for sensitive groups) to 312 (hazardous). The index only goes to 500.
The government is now limiting the number of new auto licenses it issues each year. And it has instituted a measure aimed at reducing the number of cars on the road.
Each weekday, cars whose license plate number ends in ...
... be a big deal here, but I was actually wrong. While the Chinese eat a lot of vegetables, almost all of them have at least a little meat in them. Even those dishes that contain actual hunks of meat are cooked in a meat broth or something like that. So, I’m definitely not eating a vegan diet, and I’ve had my first meat since March. However, I am able to eat a lot of vegetables, and most everything has been very tasty.
Last night ...
... took me to Tao Ran Ting park. This is a beautiful park where many Chinese go to spend the day on the weekend. I found it so funny as I walked around and I saw them putting up tents and really settling in for the weekend. There was even a lady with a blow up mattress, lying in prime position next to the lake. With no one having any back yards, this really is the next best thing. They stake out their spot, and just hang out all day. The competition for spots must be ...