Motel 168 (Shanghai South Station Shanghai Normal University)
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... it up and appears to be some confusion of the word noodle.
As we pointed out, I am sure they did a better job, then if we tried to label a menu in Chinese.
This restaurant is unique in that all the crockery we use comes in a set sealed in cellophane. After we eat, all the crockery and left over food gets dumped into crates which get taken and left outside of the restaurant. Some enterprising Chinese entrepreneur has obviously set up a ...
... that it must be the Chinese National Anthem - LOL (no disrespect meant) If you do not know what a 'Hock-a-Loogey' is here is a demo. Anyway - Denise reminded me that years ago on the NYC subways there were signs that said 'No Spitting' So maybe they are copying the US. Also I was watching a Billy Crystal Movie the Other Night "Mr Saturday Night' and in the movie he and his brother would do ...
... We were not able to sleep like many others on the plane. We have talked about everything under the sun and moon and really gotten to know each other. I have to say I am more proud to be a part of this class of 2014 than ever before. We have said it before..."we are different" and not at all like the class before us. At least it doesn't seem that way. We have all agreed, we are a younger class. A more cohesive class. And it's very obvious now as we are just digging into ...
... did get my VPN working, which helps me get around the "great firewall' that China has to protect it's citizens from the interwebs. I went on Twitter, my favorite social media outlet, and was as happy as ever. Since my VPN is free, it's pretty unreliable as to when it works, so I can't assume it always will when I want it to.
Here are some funny quotes I saw on shirts this week:
- What, really often and shapes.
- I love you. Can you eat an apple ...
... on edge because I'm really starting to miss my home, my friends, and my normal life. With classes in full swing and a regular routine set up, I've slipped into the doldrums of the everyday. China has lost the magical veneer it once flaunted and has become familiar, though altogether uncomfortable at the same time. I suppose you could say I've become disenchanted because of the predictable way in which events play out on a day to day basis. Going to get food is a chore because ...