Ti Xiang Style Hotel
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... am talking about. Eventually I have to resort to making motions of eating soup or noodles, or just pointing at what someone else has and hoping it is not pig ears or goose neck.
Sometimes I do wonder, though, if the Chinese get a kick out of intentionally misunderstanding what I am saying. On several occasions I have ordered fried noodles and they have brought out something different. Once I even had our Chinese coordinator write ...
... them off to lunch. By this time my own stomach is growling.
As I walk into the canteen, the familiar smell of dirty mop water greeting me, I already know what will be served. Rice and watery soup of course comes with every meal. Along with my rice I have a choice of four sides. Today I have the choice of some kind of greens (seaweed maybe? or it might just be turnips, they both taste the same) , sliced potatoes ( ...
... school of people. lol
5. Teaching Chinese kids. All I can say is that I wish I had of brought more duct tape. I can think of at least one good use for it.
6. no circus peanuts.
7. 30 hour hard seat train rides. sleepers are much better.
8. there is no 3 sec rule here. If something falls on the ground even if it is in a wrapper it is done for. Although, the other day I did drop my last Oreo Cakester on ...
... in my drink and then making off with my prized pot of spaghetti. I figured that all their threats were empty . Even so I kept a close eye on my drink until the Spaghetti was done cooking. . I anxiously waited and before I knew it I was taking off the lid and scooping generous ladles of sauce onto my previously prepared noodles. It was one of the most beautiful things I have seen since coming to China. ...
... separate room. I do like not having to fight over the scant amounts of water they give us each day to take a shower with .
One thing that I have learned about the Chinese is that they don't like to waste anything here. I sadly found this out at lunch one day. After refusing a side order of chicken feet and pig intestines earlier in the week I kept finding ground up ...