They would ask a security guard instead but they would not ask me." "Dominicans started to come to China after they set up the Chinese embassy in 2004.
Now every year, 15 come to China from Dominica," she says.
"I put off coming here for a year because I was scared that my parents didn't want me to go." "I thought there would be so many people in China that it may be hard to move," she says.
I had an idea that people would still be wearing traditional clothes." There is an abundance of differences in terms of culture and society between the two nations. "Some places in China feel like home," Honore says.
The island is one of only a couple in the Caribbean still with populations of the pre-Columbian Carib Indians.In 2007, Dominica's minister of foreign affairs said ties with China were the fastest growing cordial relationship the nation had with any country since it attained independence on Nov 3, 1978.Honore herself is not too sure what the nations have in common. (767) 448 2045 (pronounced Dom-in-eek-a) sits midway along the Eastern Caribbean archipelago, just a few miles from Martinique to the south and Guadeloupe to the north.Rivers, lakes, streams, and waterfalls abound, fed by the islands high annual rainfall.