The Department Of Service For Foreign Ministry Home And Overseas Offices, Zhangwan Training Center

Foreign Ministry Training Center, No.183 Xiding Village South, Zhangjiawan Town, Tongzhou District, Beijing, 101113, China | Resort
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First day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by heathero on May 24, 2014

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... off we to explore Beijing. Trying to cross the road was fun, they don't like stopping for anything especially pedestrians. We took the road opposite the hotel, which was narrow and sometimes without a pavement. Bike and cars honking their horns at you every few minutes. We got our metro card, two pound returnable deposit on the card, and two pound for ten journeys on the metro, any distance. Every journey only costs you twenty pence, however long ...

Off Day

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 18, 2013

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... it was time for me to move on. I could not picture myself in Colorado anymore.

After I was done with my test, I draw random animals on my notepad. Olivia saw it and started writing and drawing on it too. Then I showed it to the French-Lebanese guy Jean and he wrote that "Intensive = Life." I responded with writing, "Hell no!!!"

Anthony, Olivia, Jean, and I spoke about the Chinese language course set-up in ...

Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City and Bullet Train

A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Sep 30, 2013

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... We crossed the street to visit the Forbidden city which was once again packed full of people. I played lead blocker for Gina and Lan so they could get the pictures they wanted. Our guide took us to a few spots that we didn't see last time which was good. After the Forbidden city we returned to our hotel by bus and had lunch at Mr. Lee's which is the McDonalds of noodle houses as far as I could tell. It was good, but you can't go wrong ...

The Most Valuable Chinese Commodity: Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Apr 09, 2013

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... needle mushrooms tied together to sumptuous lamb to tofu skin, all of which are delicious. Char can be eaten at a restaurant, as street food, and even in the late hours of the night on Beida’s food street. My favorite char place is in Houhai, and last semester Stephen, Jake, Dylan and I would stop here for dinner before finding a music bar alongside the lake to listen to.

While the options are many, there are two that I will be sure to order every time. The first one ...

The first trip to Hongqiao

A travel blog entry by ricao on Aug 09, 2012

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... and cut, fold and cut. This class was mostly spent teaching the kids how to cut out even more patterns.

The first pattern was the double happiness symbol or 双喜(shuang1xi3). 喜 by itself means "joy" or "happiness." So, a double happiness symbol is twice the happiness. Wow. So much happiness! Have you even seen so much?!

Afterwards, everyone cut out butterfly ...

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