Jinjiang Inn (Taiyuan Government)
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... of Shanxi Tourism Bureau, and Head of China Daily Shanxi Bureau.
Totally 25 members were participated on this event from various nationality. The meeting went very well with everyone's self introduction. We had this meeting for 45 mins and moved on for dinner.
In the morning, Howard thankfully had to go to work. He made us breakfast of tea and toast, and then Amy and I played with the dog until he got back.
I was completely exhausted by this man. At one point we were talking about my parents and he asked if I lived at home with them whenever I went back to Canada. I said yes and then he followed that up with "So you're not ready to cut the umbilical cord yet, eh???"
What the actual.... I was ...
On Friday night I caught the overnight train to Taiyuan. The city bus stops running at 9 p.m., so I went downtown at 9:30 and bought a bean salad and some beer at the night market nearby. I tried to just enjoy the scene and immerse myself in the sights, sounds and smells, but it wasn't happening.
I got my audiobook out and spaced out until it was time to go. Birdsong was on there, depressing stuff.
The waiting room was oddly warm and I ...
... t think they had seen a campervan before. As word got around more and more people came to see us and look inside our vans. One young man spoke really good English and said he wanted to be a school teacher. He showed us some of the abandoned parts of the town including some cliffs that had been hollowed out. We were also invited to look into one of the enclosed yards.
Just like that our time in Taiyuan is coming to an end. Wednesday morning we jet off to Hong Kong to Celebrate the Chinese New Year! (Year of the Goat--My Birth Year!)
We arrived November 22, almost three months has passed since we got here, and it has been one crazy ride. When we first arrived we definitely had culture shock. I cried almost everyday for a week, I looked up flights almost every day for that week, ...