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... to be the most popular and easily accessible section of the Great Wall.
... own massive structure for Android apps. Why give Google money when they can do it all in house and make their country even bigger, stronger and more powerful than it already is. Don't get me wrong I obviously don't endorse communism and what it stands for and the people have a definate lack of free speech here but certain things I wish we did better in the UK. We are importers of other countries products now not exporters, we are less ...
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Another announcement: I just got an email from my friend Gina to tell me my articles will be published in the Regis Highlander Newspaper! The idea of the column was mine. I originally approached Gina, who is the editor-in-chief of our school's newspaper, about me writing a column about my study abroad experience. She loved my idea. Now, I can officially add contributing writer to my resume and finally start my writing career.
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Western Returned Scholars Association
This was... well... a very interesting visit! We went to a very sketchy part of town where an amazingly beautiful compound just happened to be located. Yes.. I said compound. We were told we were going visit an "organization," something our Chinese tour guide had set up for us. Well, turns out it is ...
... to eat (and we'd had breakfast at 7.30am). Therefore we decided to go to lunch first, then visit the Wall afterwards.
We arrived at Badaling and went into the blissfully air-conditioned restaurant where a buffet lunch had been laid on, consisting mainly of Chinese food but also some Western as well. We enjoyed some cold beer with the meal (as ever) and, once we'd finished, we had a quick look round the souvenir shop before ...