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The Bund along the Huangpu River became a major financial center. Of course things changed when the communists took over in China got its city back, at least for awhile. Then things changed again In the s and 80s with the thawing of economic policy in China. Shanghai got some of its old character, and old characters, back. That of course leads me to wonder where it is at today. If one were to judge by places like the Glamour Bar and M, one would say that the glory days are back.
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These were not expats, I was pretty sure. They were tourists on a weekend fling. They were a remnant, or a reincarnation, of the old jet set that still had money. I don't think they even noticed me in back of them in the elevator. Or if they did, I was like some street vendor— huang niu or scapler—with box of fake Mont Blanc pens. As the doors closed, it seemed as if the elevator suddenly began filling up with a gas—one that prevented you from laughing or smiling.
I felt dizzy, tonyun.
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A young lawyer on a binge? Pretty cool-lookin' kid. She's a really good-looking babe. Do you have any idea, counsel? I wouldn't mind She wasn't listening. I couldn't even get in the bathroom till 4 o'clock. I cleared my throat but it went unnoticed. All women do that.
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The bathroom is like an extension of the womb, moist, warm A binge Freudian of some kind. You're making too much of this. I had the impression that Jim wasn't completely Jim but would like to be. We were at the Mint floor now and the door opened but no one got out. Bev, pressing the OPEN button, was detailing exactly what she thought men were. It looked like it would be awhile.
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Finally I decided to get out Chinese style. I think they were surprised that there was another person there. Outside of the elevator my head cleared up, and I noticed that there were people walking every which way. I soon discovered why. The Mint is a whole bunch of bars and restaurants. It was five Glamour Bars and five M Restaurants all in one but with the lights turned low.
It glowed more than it gleamed; it was more rubies and sapphiress than diamonds. It was late now and some of the restaurant and bar spaces were empty. I decided against wasting my money on an expensive drink. I just looked around, first at the view, which was unbeatable, then at some dirty plates being removed from a table by a young Chinese busboy. He looked yidian lei , a little tired. On the way out I spotted the blonds, their hair gleaming like gold, and their boyfriends seated in one of the lounges.
They were on the far side of the room but it was no problem hearing Bev, martini now in hand. Times change, language evolves, but meaning remains much the same.
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Akbar Ahmed's unique study demonstrates that this conflict between the center and the periphery has entered a new and dangerous stage with U. American firepower and its vast anti-terror network have turned the war on terror into a global war on tribal Islam. And too often the victims are innocent children at school, women in their homes, workers simply trying to earn a living, and worshipers in their mosques.
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Each tried to display his own scholarship and reveal the ignorance of the others. Questions were asked to belittle rivals, and soon the gatherings degenerated into religious squabbles. The two great theologians of the court, Makhdum-ul-Mulk and Shaikh Abdul Nabi, arrayed on opposite sides, attacked each other so mercilessly that Akbar lost confidence in both of them. His disillusionment extended to the orthodoxy they represented. He used his position for two main purposes: to persecute the unorthodox and to accumulate fabulous wealth.
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