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... burgers, pizza etc). The language barrier depends on the area you are in, for example the fancy shopping malls with more western food options are easier to find people who speak some English whereas the more traditional areas of the cities just look at you like you're speaking in tongues hehe. I have found animal noises are great when ordering food. The other people who are training with me (three Americans) find it quite amusing and somewhat horrifying as I am ...
... lot of written homework to be completed for the next class and a lot of Chinese characters, english meanings and pinyin to be memorized. Their method seems to be working; furthermore, we study words each night, try to practice writing sentences with certain structures that we practiced that day, and also try to translate a paragraph of Chinese characters into "pinyin" and record your own voice speaking it to then send it to the teacher. Saturday we went to ...
There are several sections of the Great Wall. Many sections are in ruins and some have been rebuilt for tourists. Jason took us to Mutianyu which is a little further away, but less crowded and more scenic apparently. The drive took about 90 min from the city centre of Beijing. Mutianyu is also the site where a Henkel stone is erected. Yes, Henkel has a large stone at the base of the wall as a thank-you for providing financial assistance for restoration of ...
... 19968;'s mind. I still don't understand his life's value and himself only.
Anyway, he is an interesting person to have a talk and charming person to hang out.
Now it is time for sleeping now in the train. Let's embrace tomorrow's first stop--the city of ...
... of the World.
Once we were done and made it back down to the car (after running a gauntlet of stalls and people trying to flog us souvenirs) we had an early lunch in a restaurant that felt like it was actually a greenhouse, given the glass walls & the garden inside it! Food was once again plentiful – I think we’ve eaten more in two days in Beijing than we did in a week in Japan!
After lunch we went to a cloisonné ...
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