Shangdi Cinderella Apartments
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... group and CEO, the 'Russian Renzo'. This group was slightly larger than the one we had in Peru and older on average but, most importantly, more experienced travellers. Some early banter with a retired Australian guy and a Dutch expat living in Canada, who both claim to love travelling by train more than me. Pah! The Russian Renzo is called Svetlana and claims that we'll hate trains by the end of the trip. Double pay! We made a pack to prove her wrong and threaten to turn around ...
... are not allowed to walk on the grass. There were hundreds of people there some rehearsing musical instruments, some playing with others singing along. There was even a band surrounded by people with music books singing along to a conductor. It looked like anyone who wanted to could join in. There were also piano accordions, saxophones, violins, recorders and people playing Chinese instruments scattered through the park areas. There were also many ...
When first walking outside my dorm, Sleepy Hallow came into my mind. So gloomy outside and I feared a headless horseman around the corner. A second later, I remembered that it was just smog.
I walked to get my chicken wrap, but the workers were gone due to the holiday coming up and most of the Chinese students went home already. Luckily, there was one cook still opened. I got a chicken wrap.
For Chinese class, my professor came in and ...
... studies. I was surprised, too, that not everyone was studying art history. I can remember people saying their studies were in art history, history, East Asian studies, Asian security, and Asian history. We were all so different, yet we had connections to each other all over the place. I was informed that this is what grad students do all the time to mingle, but it was my first experience, and I found it really interesting.
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Surprisingly, we're up at 6:00 a.m. We get ready for the day and head downstairs to the breakfast buffet. We are greeted by a lovely hostess, who seats us, brings us tea, and tells us to enjoy the breakfast. What we see on the buffet is an amazing array of Chinese and European/American foods. Depending on tastes, we can have a traditional Chinese breakfast or a traditional European breakfast. Chinese menu items include hardboiled eggs in tea, miso ...