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We just returned from a much-needed trip to Beijing with good friends. We had 8 days off from teaching for the May 1 Chinese holiday (Labour Day) so we took the …
... because I had a meeting with my program. There was only thirty minutes before the meeting. There was no point for me to exit the building.
In the library, Ian was there studying his advanced Chinese textbook. The textbook reminded me of Karena being in advanced last semester. Karena would always be studying and working hard to improve her speaking.
I finally went to the presentation by my program about our upcoming trip ...
... a couple of glasses of red wine that tastes so well in the cold climate with the manager of the hotel.
Tuesday was a cultural day in a different perspective. First the drum and bell towers, a little bit of history, followed by the modern architecture of the Olympic stadiums Bird's Nest and Watercube. Finished the day in the amazing modern art district; very inspirational!
On to the train trip the next ...
... until we arrived at our hotel. China World Hotel is just marvellous – very traditional Chinese interior design – lots of marble, silk, gold, crystals, porcelain etc. Incredible to see! Again, it feels like being a queen here. Here we all have separate rooms – it feels strange to be alone in a room. Therefore, we all meet up as often as possible.
I wanted to take out Kendra and Hunter to ...
... free admission. Are they making sure that every Chinese near Beijing visits the museum?
The first part of the museum, covering "Ancient China" was very interesting, although I quickly got confused by all the different dynasties, which once ruled China. Besides the "Ancient China" section, there was a Communist-Art-Gallery in the Central Hall, with works displaying Mao Zedong and heroic revolutionary pictures in communist-style art. This central hall was not really a place to ...
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