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... speech? They focused on Portland’s climate for growing roses, the width of the roads, and how much people there like beer. Another speech I just opened came up in three different fonts and four different font sizes. Can anyone say copy and paste? My students don’t know it, but they should be thanking their lucky stars that I am going on vacation in five days and have lowered my standards (for the sake of my ...
... br> The Indian temple is a dome-shaped structure which was a gift from India as a symbol of friendship between the people of India and China in 2010. I really liked seeing the different styles of temples in the one complex. I have visited a lot of Chinese temples since I have been here, and they mostly have a similar style; coloured with gold highlights, paved roofs, lots of wooden beams in the ceilings. I loved ...
... directions rather than telling you they don't know. This has to do with saving face.
-Never go to the grocery store on Friday.
-If you say anything more than hello, thank you, or sorry in Chinese, people will assume you speak Chinese, and fire off questions in rapid Mandarin.
-You cannot buy fresh milk here.
-People hate breaking 100 yuan notes.
-The ATM only gives out 100 yuan notes.
-I now know my address; if you would like it, let me know.
... well. Mia produced fruit so there was even something to eat. The little mangoes here are delicious. I don't really like mangoes but these were different. They were really sweet but quite small. We also had watermelon. Ginger was cooking in the kitchen. I gave him the recipe for "Pop's Slice" - Lemon. He has spent some time trying to get all the ingredients together and managed most of them. I ran (walked) up to my apartment as I had some suitable biscuits to crush for ...
... I had been to one of the famed ones before (and a few lesser knowns), and it never gets boring. In fact I'm always astounded to see such ancient traces of religion and amazing skill in craftmanship.
Basically the Grottoes are caves set into mountain sides on either side of the Yi river, so the modus operandi was to walk up one side of the river and check out the sights on that side, then cross a bridge at ...