Last night when we arrived at the the hibachi it was full. Laura, Stacy and I went to scope out the food court. We contemplated some of the Chinese food, the KFC, and the Pizza Hut. Stacy and Laura got a chance to see how fancy/expensive the inside of the Pizza hut is here. We ended up stopping at Paris Baguette and I selected some delicious sausage pizza bread. We brought it back to the hibachi place and it had clear out enough to sit down. We didn't think we could bring the food to the other restaurant, but that is one cultural difference here. Jason said "of course" we could bring the pizza bread to the counter. We enjoyed a couple beers and had a good show with
the knife spinning. I ate one of everything once again, and had a little strange long fish filled with eggs. That was my least favorite. We hosted Lu along with the rest of the people on the trip in our room last night, someone else can get sticky floors tonight.
Wes and I met up with John and Adam and went to play basketball with some Nankai students on the other side of the campus. We had a good time and got very tired out. I'm sure the girls will say they are tired from shopping but I think this is a bit different. The power was out for the traffic signals today, presumable the same reason it was out at the University. They are doing some repairs on the school's power so our Chinese classmates do not have power in their dorms for the next day. Crossing the street this morning for a Gatorade proved exhilarating. Our friends bought us meat pies for lunch, the place proved to be very near our hotel. They told us they are essentially Chinese hamburgers, and they were very good. I will be visiting there for another pie sometime soon.