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... and now has become a typical modern business district. In the Shiquan Road, besides the traditional crafts, fashion clothing, delicious food restaurants, it is also an amorous feelings Bar Street in foreigners' eyes. There is a street lasts 300 meters which has opened more than 20 bars. When the neon flashing, many foreigners like to come here to have a glass of beer, watch a cocktail show, which is an elegant enjoyment.
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... course of the day we probably had been asked to pose for pictures with over half of the wedding guests. After the service we took part in a little ceremony were we sit down as the bride and groom serve us by offering and lighting a cigarette. In return we pass on our good wishes and some money. The bride and groom repeat this gesture with their parents and family guests.After all of this we ate a feast and then were taken to Yinkou to catch the bus back to ...
... in flat like accommodation. It was mostly families and then there was an old person building, but it was not a care home!
We took the lift (thank god!) to the 11th floor and then we were greeted by a crowd of people who were all related to shuya in some way and had come to have dinner with us! Now i quickly learnt that people in china are either insisting that i eat something or i sit down and preferably both! You soon learn not to decline! But its awkward when an old lady gets ...
... cost money to walk around the historical parts of Venice. It really does ruin things and especially since it is not affordable. After going to Venice, I felt no point to visit these ****** remade canals for a larger price. I was here a couple hours, ate lunch and went back to Shanghai. This city was a day trip from Shanghai and took about 2 hours to get here. ...
... The homes in the
settlement were interesting, an obvious difference between the poor and more
affluent as some 2-3 storied dwellings would only have part of the house
occupied as the family saved enough money to finish building. Each family
member is entitled by the government to own ½ an acre, and this is returned to
government when a person dies. Our guide remarked on the closeness of the people
in the settlement and how they help and ...