ZhuJon Post time: 2014-12-15 12:10
To know what you know and what you do not know, that is true knowledge. If you find yourself confu ...
Seeing that you are not Confucius, I understood your sublime words readily and so will not have to cogitate further upon them or contemplate the views from a tall building. That is unless you are willing to stand directly beneath to cushion my fall.
ZhuJon Post time: 2014-12-17 08:58
Give the 600-metre Guangzhou Tower a go. If I'm late start without me.
Afraid I can't - Guangzhou is so noxiously polluted that I couldn't find my way to the tower let alone reach the top. Anyway you can enjoy XMas diining with your vast array of multicultural mates with some delicious yum cha from the city's cuisine, just don't brew it up with water from the turgid Pearl River.
ZhuJon Post time: 2014-12-20 03:17
My multicultural mates and I will brew our tea with water from the Himalayan glaciers. You are wel ...
That's a heck of a long way for those hairy yaks to haul water merely to make a cup of tea.
I never behave myself, I've altered my behaviour to match that of most Chinese dining in public i.e. talking loudly, spitting, smoking, hacking up phlegm, toying with their mobile phones, whistling up the waitresses, loudly masticating the dog bones,skinning snakes, enduring the deadly odour of chao tofu, playing the rattle, rattle dice / drinking game, turning up the tv. etc etc. It's a real circus. The one notable exception was a monk I noticed in a vegetarian restaurant inHarbin who had sublimely calm and delicate table manners.