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... half were taken. It was sometimes raining a little bit and the weather was cloudy and cold, but I enjoyed the ride. During 30 minutes we had a beautiful view on the river banks and the buildings covering it. The scenery was changing from tall skyscrapers to long bridges or to buildings with a Russian architecture, which is common in Harbin since Russians were in the city a long time ago during war. It was a quiet and pleasant day.
Then, on Sunday, I went for a walk on ...
Since I am here, I learned a lot about the Chinese culture, which is complex and ancient. Some actions have different meanings from ours, which makes it very interesting to learn.
A couple of days ago, I was at a supper with my Chinese parents and their family. As usual, a lot of toasts were given. At one point, a girl asked me if I knew the meaning of what I was doing. Since I was just following everyone, ...
Do you know the feeling when you think you are invincible and that the jetlag does not apply to you? I did felt like this during the first 3 days of my trip, but that was before I came back to reality. Let's just say that the feeling of invincibility was replaced by the one of endless tiredness. However, it did not stopped me from living other great moments.
Indeed, it barely makes two weeks that I am in Harbin and I already gained a Chinese family. The ...
Now that I go back to the very beginning of my trip to China, I would say that spending one night in Chicago because of a cancelled flight and sitting in an airplane for 13 hours before reaching Beijing were not the highlights of my journey. However, with the help of many kind people, I did survive to those events.
The crowded, beautiful and polluted Beijing is where I spent my first two days, hosted by a welcoming woman. Among many things, the summer palace was one of ...
... day! We went out for a traditional Harbin sausage for breakfast and then got layered up ready for the freezing outside temperatures. The bus took way less time than we expected to arrive at the festival so we were way earlier than planned and ended up having to wait in a cafe for ages until it got dark, as the ice sculptures are all lit up an much more spectacular than the fairly monochromatic daytime view. It was absolutely freezing walking around ...