Shangdi Cinderella Apartments
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... knowledge of how culture in China is, that is has been following the communist regime for decades and although he was kind of our “tour guide”, we could not say it in public because that would be illegal. He told us business decisions are not made in the meeting room but rather outside and there are 3 things Chinese love to do – EAT, DRINK and SING! (yes, it's karaoke).
I tried holding my laugh in the van for as long as ...
... her arms around into ours. The older generation I can understand being confused, the younger generations would have been here for the Olympics in 2008 but to a degree I think it is a fear of getting it wrong. In Asia and North Africa you can not walk down a street without being cajoled into purchasing something, and very tiresome that can be but it is friendly in a mannonish sort of way; here there is a sense of wariness. (Such generalisations after a ...
... GPS log.
Returned to my hotel room at 6:27, showered, and got ready for bed. Finished a TiVo show on my phone, then bed at 7:21 p.m. My flight to Bangkok leaves PEK at 6:50 tomorrow morning.
I enjoyed my day in Beijing. Of course I wish I had more time, but this is just a stopover on my way to Myanmar (and later to Indonesia). I’ll certainly have many more things to see if I ever return to Beijing, starting with the Forbidden City (on a day other than Monday!)
... visit to China. That was in June 2012 to conduct the ShenZhen Symphony. I returned from that trip and decided that it was time to get serious about speaking Chinese. My attempts to learn through Pimsleur (CD’s) and then Rosetta Stone allowed me to say a few things in Chinese, but I was not able to earnestly communicate with anyone. So, I’m now in my third semester of Mandarin classes at USC, and I was anxious and nervous to be back with ...
... very slippery! In between the step sections are even more slippery ramp sections. There are guard towers at the peaks. The scariest part was the Chinese crowds with umbrellas. Traditionally no one has a sense of personal space or crowd etiquette here, so add that to each person having an umbrella and there you have pure horror...hahaha!
The section we did ...