Twenty four hours of continuous firecracker mayhem.
I’m off too Xian for five days.
….and yes, it also can create shameless self-portraits.
Happy new year,Bryan.Hehe,i feel so boring these days at home.I want to go back to Nanjing now.My duty is to go lots of families to have meals everyday.So boring!The pictures you took this time is very good.Have a happy chinese New Year,and if you go back to Canda you may not see these.i think now there must be lots of people in Nanjing now.
The lenses are missing in action, as are my Atlantic magazines.
I can get away with, purchase and produce an obscene amount of things in China that would have landed me in jail twenty years ago.
But no, 35 year old camera lenses are considered subversive material which will damage Chinese culture and undermine the ability of the government to maintain stability, therefore their entry must be barred with extreme prejudice.
And GOD NO, we can’t have The Atlantic in China! It’s ok to have James Fallows (An Atlantic writer) live, work and interview in Shanghai and other cities. We even allow access to the website where you can read a number of evil western propaganda. But a magazine. That’s too imperial. It also might undermine Chinese culture in ways that all that Japanese porn we bootleg and sell at Wal-Mart never could. What would happen if the farmers got a hold of this magazine? Good thing it’s not in Mandarin.
This country is so antiquated sometimes.
They could still be on the way too. How was the trip to Xian? Will we see more pictures? Snowing again here!
I came back on February 26 and now my new term start.I have booked my courses this Tuesday,but i didn’t see you then. I’m waiting to see your new pictures,i hope they are new surprises.
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