Sai Jia Comfort Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... the next day the Chinese girl from the night before came over to me and gave me a small present of one penny sweets in a pink gift box, thanking me for my help. I held back a few tears and gulped, giving her a hug. We got chatting and I discovered that the English translation of her name was Alice. She was still upset as her boyfriend had gone out without telling her that morning. We talked relationships and worked out a lot of the problems ...
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The Chinese dream
But it’s not as though the Chinese youth are all helpless and need their parents to plan out their lives. One evening in Chengdu, we go out with Bin and the belgo-portuguese couple to a trendy bar near Sichuan University. It takes Gilles and I an hour to find the place, even after having recruited a student who happened to speak a ...
When I first arrived in China I had a culture lesson to help me recognize some of the customs and so that I could become familiar with them. One of those was the some what communist belief of the greater good that still resides in China today.
Monday I started my new placement, a care placement at a hospital that uses traditional Chinese medicine, which includes acupuncture, massages and many versions of therapy. I arrived there ...
Our second night train from Xi'an to Chengdu was a fun journey where we learned a Dutch card game (Toupen) and met a sweet child who I have stolen (for you, Amber).
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... our room and walked towards the old building tops.
There were lots of small stalls, stores and restaurants along the road leading up to the complex we were approaching. The whole area was designed to look old and traditional. Whole bunches of food vendors were out, hawking every manner of edible thing, including a vendor selling chili-fried rabbit skulls, whole mackerel-on-a-stick, and an assortment of bugs (2 kinds of larvae, ...