mattaya: Michael Jordan and his Hanes commercials back in the day. Gotta have it your way Hanes! My teacher in elementary school's last name was Ms Hanes. I couldn't get that thought out of my mind I kept telling myself she's gotta have it her way. Hanes
ddsclub: The price is half of the product. If you want cheap cheap your getting grade B or C. Grade A's run 1000 or better you can ask what the difference is and they will show you. From the feel of the produce to the metal trimming. It's better to buy A instead of buying 2 or 3 grade B or C.
You don't want to go out and have someone look at you and label you fake fake fake!!!
I've been on Nanjing Lu and found grade C- for 300-400 but it's garbage
eddie10: @spacebabe, thanks for pointing out. Yeah, took a read... sounds like a terrible place.
Mon Dieu! Per amor di Dio!! Unchilled wines and lacking antipastis combinations. I bet the wait-staff cannot distinct a claret from a beaujolais.
On a lark... Dear Chelsea, care to get firstname.lastname@example.org to respond to these feedbacks?
eddie10: Hmm, :) care to share more details on the "awful"-ness? Then this would allow CW a chance to get Larkhill management team to respond and us to track the improvements?
A service to the culinary business communities that makes this city fun!
eddie10: I think taking food pics may probably be a good starting career for p0rn directors! :) The shots of various angles of the exposed parts, stacked/drapped over other bits, with juices oozing out, covered in sweaty sauces... ;) erhmmm, yummy.
eddie10: I think both directions are true and correct. :) However, it is the human that knows how to pair a good wine/liqueur to the well prepared dinosaur meat, and even makes a nice 5-digit RMB "emerald clutch" out of reptilian skins.
:) I know what I am about to said are "par for the course" for the many old Asian-hands here... to share with the new-comers to Asia a little secret. I am partial to pairing a halb-trocken Reisling with a well executed claypot crocodilean fillet with mix toppings of Thai sweet Basil leaves, crush nuts mix with sliced chillis.
:) Anyone one else care to share their favourite "dino meal"? :D
jpapish: Local Option #1:
http://tv.sohu.com/drama/us/ has a decent selection of US TV shows (Breaking Bad, Community, Mad Men) available to stream legally...new episodes are typically added within 12 hours of original airing with hardcoded Chinese subtitles.
Local Option #2:
On the illegal side, www.ttmeiju.com compiles downloads of just aired American and British TV shows. Files are added within 30-60 minutes of original airing without Chinese subtitles. There are links for bittorrent which you can download using the clients listed in the article, but the fastest way is by clicking the blue Baidu paw (the file is hosted in Baidu's cloud) next to the title you want to download.
Both sites are in Chinese, but fairly easy to navigate.