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... carving. As it has been covered over in gold leaf and copper so it's hard to tell but it is still extremely impressive.
Today has the worst smog I have ever seen so I decide to get back indoors after the Lama Temple. Visibility is horrible and I later learn that the smog alert has been raised to orange. On a normal day each breath you take is like inhaling 21 cigarettes so I'm wonder how much worse it is on an orange alert?
... yelled my name twice. It took me seconds later to realize it.
When I was walking the stairs, I tripped twice. I landed my jaw against the step, which left a scrape on my face.
Thankfully, I had medicine for my cold.
For today, I got up and made so much noise as I was getting up. Mike woke up. So bad of me to do that.
I ate the breakfast Mike brought for me.
When I got to class, Olivia pointed out the scrape on ...
... and onto the lake - oh my days! Seriously the most insane place I've ever been to in my life. The pictures won't do it an ounce of justice, but you can sort of see how beautiful a place it is - Luana wanted to wait for the sunset to grab the best pictures, and it was definitely worth it, amazing place. (Also note the ice covering the surface of the entire lake - it's so cold in the city at the moment, but made for a great photo, think I've got a Facebook cover photo ...
... out, the bar right above her restaurant had its opening night that very night, so we were invited to hang out. Because my friend and the owner of the bar became friends, they offered us a multitude of free goodies, like beer, liquor, hookah, and fresh fruit. We stayed for awhile before visiting all my favorite Nanjing places in the area, like the University. It was great to meet the new HNCers and say goodbye to my friends who were moving on.
... culture, as are the numbers 8 and 6. Four, however, represents death and is not a favored number. Jason gives us free time to walk the lakefront. Music wafts along the lakefront as we see a number of live musicians playing in pavilions strategically placed along the lake. We cross over the bridge to look at the water, which is pretty shallow. Tons of Chinese folks are here, walking the bridge and lakefront, listening to the music, eating lunch. The ...