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Q: What do you do among the Spring Festival?

What do you do among the Spring Festival?I just find it is kind of boring of my 12 days' holiday.

9 years 12 weeks ago in  General  - Shenzhen

 
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Cook!  I work at night, and rarely get to be at home to make dinner for my wife. We do alot of cooking. She loves foreign food like pasta, so we make complicated sauces that take hours. I love a big pot of marina simmering on the stove while we drink wine and watch  a movie. Then, after dinner, the humping!

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Shenzhen is a ghost town during Spring Festival...everyone goes home....so I left too.
I packed up and took my gf to a hot springs resort just outside of Guangzhou for the week...even less people but finally some clean fresh air.

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I usually let my friends stay over for days. We watch movie, pig a lot, go around the city. It's better this way. I like fun companies with good decent laugh.

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