Hanting Express (Changsha Huangxing Road Walking Street )
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... learning in China. It accepted students throughout the Song, Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties, eventually becoming Hunan University in 1926.
So, on a warm October Saturday, Aaron, Claudia, and I joined thousands of other travellers intent on retracing the footsteps of those ancient academics, to explore the rebuilt grounds and buildings of Yuelu Academy for ourselves. Although hardly a mountain ...
... yells over her shoulder, finding a small gap between the back of the bus and the bumper of the BMW behind it. .
"There!" says Mia as we reach the sidewalk. "Now you are safe."
I exhale, and we plunge into the crowd. Aaron takes my backpack, and the three of them wiggle me into the best viewing position, closing ranks behind me.
What a show! Fireworks explode in a ...
... something Spanish" and was rewarded with "Bessame Mucho." When the performers came to our table, I asked for anything by a Canadian singer. The troupe members consulted each other and gave me Shania Twain's "Still The One." As I sang along with them ("You're still the one that I love/The only one I dream of"), I got tears in my eyes as I thought of home and love and Canada. ...
... the beauty.
Anyhow, Halloween arrived. It was arguably the worst day, weather wise, I have seen in Changsha. Rain was pouring down, it was cold and it was miserable. Almost a very typical Halloween atmosphere. I was going to go to school in my Ti Chi costume, saying it was fancy dress, but the weather was so bad, I did not want to ruin the costume. So I instead grabbed the mask I was given by my school on western food day and wore that instead. As I ...
... booms, "Come in! Come in and know me better, man! You've never seen the likes of me before, have you?" Scrooge cowers, and admits he hasn't. I imagine the residents of Changsha view Walter and I with a similar mix of curiosity and maybe even a little fear. I can only hope that our smiles and our attempts at conversation trump the strangeness of our appearance, and leave a more lasting impression. ...