A: Hey, that girl's holding a board with our name on it. Hello, my name's Kyle, and this is my wife, Sarah.
B: It's wonderful to finally meet you both. I am Wang Dan.
C: Hi. Nice to meet you.
B: How was your flight?
A: To be honest, I'm not really a big fan of flying.
B: Because of all the security?
A: No. Because it hurts my ears.
B: What do you mean?
A: Every time we land or take off, my ears hurt so much.
B: That's just the altitude, I guess.
A: Whatever it is. It hurts.
B: You can try taking some medicine.
A: I've tried all sorts of things, but nothing works.
B: Have you tried earplugs?
A: They don't work, either.
B: Well, it's lucky you're not a pilot. Let me take you to the taxi.
A: Are we going straight to the hotel?
B: Yes. I thought you might like a rest after your flight.
A: Definitely. But we'd like to get something to eat first.
B: That's no problem. There's a wonderful western restaurant at the hotel.
A: We were hoping to eat something Chinese.
B: There's a wonderful Chinese restaurant at the hotel, too.
A: OK, which way to the car?
B: We have to go down this escalator. It's not far.