Kequiao and Korean Food

9 09 2015
Rubbish Street

This is Rubbish Street near Kequiao. It is called that not because it is full of trash, but because you can get cheap food, or “rubbish” here.

 

We took a bike tour around Kequiao (pronounced “K-uht-chow”) today and attempted to get our bikes fixed at the Giant store. Kequiao is famous for the textile industry, and if you have any fabrics made in China, there is a good chance that they come from this place. It was very busy and very crowded, but we survived the chaotic traffic and then rewarded ourselves with good Korean food.

 

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19 01 2017
These Are the Days He is Building | Everything Under the Sun

[…] life this semester, and I figured that I could sum it up by telling you a little about our “rubbish street.” Generally, it’s a bustling place, where the students hang out after hours and eat […]

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