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... an important key word. Once we got the workbook problem done, we talked for a bit.
I told Jacky about the papers I had to write including my ten page single space one. He could not believe that I had to do that much writing. Jacky asked if I had to write any essays in Chinese.
"Oh no!" I yelled. "I would so use Google translate."
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... and writing. I continued to stand against the wall, saying and doing nothing.
Gloria called back. "Are you in a room?" Nope. So I told her all the things the dragon lady had been doing INSTEAD of unlocking a door. Gloria talked to her again. Again, the dragon lady had a harsh tone on the phone. Gloria told me she would unlock a door. The dragon lady took her sweet time.
It took a good hour of phone calls and waiting to finally get a room unlocked. She is an evil *****.
... so far. The four of us [Simon and Kam joined] leave the station towards a major chinese culture thing: Tea.
Located in southwestern Xuanwu District, Maliandao Tea Street is conveniently located near the Beijing West Railway Station. So round the corner is Chinas biggest tea market and we will go there, of ocurse. Fortunately Kam studies Chinese in Wuhan and helps us through and getting there. Within the building we find a never ending presentation of tea ...