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One big lesson I have learned so far in China is that being polite and thoughtful is not always the good way. We were waiting for a free toilet in the restroom with the girls as always. But honestly I can't really use the word "waiting" since we had to sneak our way into the toilet and had to get our way by skipping people, like never before, like never ever in New York. There was no line, no ...
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What was great: The sights, the duck, visiting the wall, looking at weird food
What was not great: The smog, the constant hacking up of phlegm from the ...
... on the stairs. So nasty. I understand that things are different here, but that was still disgusting.
Once we returned to campus, I read my chapter for one of my classes. Then Stephanie and her Chinese roommate Stephanie asked if I wanted to get dinner. I said yes.
Stephanie, Sara, Karena, the Chinese roommate Stephanie, Amelia, and I walked to a dumpling place outside of west gate. At my table, Sara, Amelia, and I got forty-five dumplings. We eat ...
... and also the collection of Palace Clocks that have been on display for a number of years now, so we decided to head off to these areas, but not before stopping to take a few photos of the lovely pavilions, with their beautiful painted ceilings and walkways - despite already having many, many pictures already!
Both exhibitions were very good and well worth the effort. We lingered a little while looking at the nine-dragon screen, as well as enjoying some of ...
... Yep. And they are not curly- just.so.you.know!!! Not going to lie, was a little disappointed they didn't curlie-q. We had a green bean paste pancake sandwich, a beer, and some sort of chinese donut (hard/tough/chewy... not so great). Took 21943718723 pictures then headed into a courtyard.
Courtyards, up to about 60 years ago, were the middle area of a wealthy person's property where gardens, rock sculptures, fung shui, and ponds were a peaceful ...