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... and various strength building stops all painted bright colors and adults are working out. It seems less crowded and metropolitan than Shanghai. Store sign: God Save the Streaking???? It is amazing to just sit on this big bus watching the world of China pass by. Way too many sights to describe. Every mode of vehicle with any number of people and cargo puttering along past 85,000 little shops and street vendors. No one is covered up from the ...
... it and then he brought up me ditching him in intensive next semester.
I have no shame for my actions.
During the meeting, Stephanie walked by and she gave a confused looked. She slowly walked back to see what was going on. So funny.
So, I later went out to Sanlitun with Sara and Stephanie to meet up with Josh and Andre, who are Sara's friend. We ate at First Floor. Good burger!
... designed for martial arts, specifically wushu. However, following the vintage trend, FeiYue shoes have gained massive novelty popularity, such that hip celebrities shell out the big bucks to get a pair. Even within China, hip foreign kids ride fixed-gear bikes around in their FeiYue's, sporting mustaches, skinny jeans, and thick-rimmed glasses. But- let's be honest, they're cool. So sometime last week I took an afternoon and wandered through the ...
... hotel the concierge was amazed
that we climbed the Wall at Jinshanling as he considers it particularly
difficult and dangerous. We choose this part because it is much quieter
than other areas nearer Beijing.
We had a wonderful visit to the
Wall, it was so much better than I had expected, it really is
impressive , perhaps the glorious weather contributed to our ...
... dwarf. Not taking part (and paying the money for optional extras) is considered strange and rude.
Secondly, what we expect to see at a historical site is different. Most historical buildings in China were burnt to the ground in the various opium wars, rebellions or the big daddy - the Cultural Revolution. The few that remained were in a pretty bad state of disrepair. In much of Europe the common practice when repairing a historical site is often to cut wood/stones/ bricks ...