The taxis in Korea were spotlessly clean, had leather seats, and drivers that told you to put on your seatbelts.
But in Shenyang…
We got bling!
Yesterday, we went to play Mahjong with our Chinese teacher and one of her friends. She brought some snacks for us to try.
Including this cute little tin of milk for LB.
She said she knew he would like it because it reminded her of him.
I think she was right about the similarities.
What do you think?
I spend a lot of time shopping since I’ve moved to China. I’m not really sure how that happened because I was never much of a shopper in the States. I think it may have something to do with the fact that there is so much cool stuff that is so cheap. I’m a big bargain shopper and I love to hunt for a deal. I really have a hard time passing up something cool that is absurdly cheap, even if I don’t really need it. The other day I bought this pair of shoes for $1.50. I probably won’t wear them but a couple of times, but really… $1.50?! Pretty sure I’ll get my money’s worth if I wear them more than once. There is no shortage of deals to be hunted in Shenyang.
The other reason I enjoy shopping in China is the amazingly interesting sights you come across. Continue reading