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... metropolis on par with New York and Paris in just ten years. 70% of the people in China are farmers and they allowed to have more children to help on the farms.
Shanghai has 25 million people and 7 million cars. When I was here in 1991 it was all bicyles. What an amazing transformation. To own a car is not difficult but before you get the car you must buy the Licence. This is the difficult part The cost is $14,000 US for licence.
... out of the bag and dumbly pointed at it. She nodded and said something I couldn’t understand but saw her point to the coffee pot setting on her grinder. Once again Egyptian Hieroglyphics save the day. I thanked her with my best “she she” and headed back to the taxi stand.
There was a traffic cop and a traffic assistant there and of course the sight of a cop makes you start to question if you have done anything wrong. ...
... and focuses on Ancient Chinese
Tea Ceremony. The girls enjoy this slower paced class, and take great interest
in the history behind this respected Chinese tradition, marvelling at the
elegance of the tea sets, and enjoying the aromas and the new tastes to their
buds. The afternoon classes continue, with Brianna and Charlie (Marcellin
College) happy to assist Ms Rose Chapple (Marcellin College) in the host
schools English classes for the students ...
... see blog post Glittering)... However, visiting here for only a week you miss out on the chance to really understand China. I think the best ways to seek out understanding would be to learn both the short- and the long-term history of where you are, meet and build relationships with native people who can open up about the country, and try the REAL food..
One thing I learned is that your coworkers can be your ...
... in multiples of four, as it is seen as unlucky; except eight is considered a lucky number.
Table manners are non-existent - they slurp their way through noodle soup, chew and talk with their mouths open and spit out the bits they don't want to eat onto the table. However, after a meal, if they want to use a toothpick they will shield their mouth - because picking teeth is obviously disgusting!
Think that’s all I’ve got for ...