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Succulent Surprises! - 09/24/2012
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Before arriving in China, the two things I was worried about most were the language barrier and food. We’ve all heard the stories. Dogs, monkeys, frogs, bugs, the Chinese have developed a bit of a reputation for their adventurous eating habits. This, plus the extremely limited communication between the Chinese and non-Chinese speakers had me

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Before arriving in China, the two things I was worried about most were the language barrier and food. We’ve all heard the stories. Dogs, monkeys, frogs, bugs, the Chinese have developed a bit of a reputation for their adventurous eating habits. This, plus the extremely limited communication between the Chinese and non-Chinese speakers had me

Succulent Surprises!




Replied - 09/24/2012
Before arriving in China, the two things I was worried about most were the language barrier and food. We’ve all heard the stories. Dogs, monkeys, frogs, bugs, the Chinese have developed a bit of a reputation for their adventurous eating habits. This, plus the extremely limited communication between the Chinese and non-Chinese speakers had me

Succulent Surprises!




Replied - 09/24/2012
Before arriving in China, the two things I was worried about most were the language barrier and food. We’ve all heard the stories. Dogs, monkeys, frogs, bugs, the Chinese have developed a bit of a reputation for their adventurous eating habits. This, plus the extremely limited communication between the Chinese and non-Chinese speakers had me

Succulent Surprises!



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