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We visited the Lama temple which is a temple and monetary of Tibetan Buddhism in Beijing. The temple is huge and they give you complimentary incense to make offerings. It was really impressive but without a guide I did feel a bit clueless as to what everything meant. The temple is home a 26 meter tall Budha which was carved from a single piece of sandalwood. It was included in ...
... If they're coming to live in our country, they should be better at speaking English!" "If they can't speak English, then why are they even here?" My heart breaks for the students who love learning English but have so much pressure to speak, listen, write and read perfectly that you may go home and your parents will be upset with you and even may hit you for not performing perfectly. My heart breaks for the students whose ...
... what young, gross boys do, completed the entire action of what I described above and 'hocked one massive lugie' out the window. My window was open. I was right behind him. And I got creamed... in the face. This memory came back to me in China and I kept reliving it. Blair became a little more understanding after I told him.
Now I know that we are in a different country and their customs and etiquette are to be followed and ...
Yesterday in the morning, we met with eHi car rental, which apparently is the largest ground transportation provider in China. After a quick presentation about the company, fleet and services, we were guided to their car park to see some of the vehicles... Unfortunately, there was not much of further explanation – so it was a bit in vain starring at the Volkswagens and other motorized four-wheelers. What do you do with your guests to get business ...
... by actual officers who have accounts that can be charged, but my supervisor cheerfully offered her account to us if we needed anything. I think I haven't been out of America long enough to take her up on the offer, though.
I also got to meet my fellow intern and some other office-mates. The US Trade Rep (henceforth USTR) office apparently does not maintain overseas offices except in China, Brussels... somewhere else, so our office is very small. Our ...