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Travel Blogs from Beijing
6/25/2012 Today we went to a Kung Fu show. It was called the Legend of Kung Fu. It was held in the Red Theater. The story is about a boy named Chun Yi who becomes a great warrior. At the beginning of the story, he is a little boy, and he doesn't want to go train. A little bit later, he is convinced to go. He leaves his home, and never goes back. …
Airplane trip- 6/8/2012-6/9/2012
The airplane trip was sort of scary. The turbulence/storm knocked the airplane around a lot. It was sort of like one of those rides at an amusement park where you go up, then down, then up, then down. The only difference was that some stuff started to float up at one point, and that people were screaming …
We were running out of time before we had to leave Beijing
and we still hadn’t got a sniff of the ‘Great Wall’. There was no way we could
leave China without at least seeing it but at the same time we didn’t want to
do the sections nearest Beijing which are crowded and apparently not as scenic
as you would …
Lisa had arranged for us to stay in the houtong area of Beijing which was a really good call. These areas are the old one story areas of Beijing that are fast disappearing due to the developers insatiable appetites for land on which to build the new high rise city of Beijing. Most Beijingers approve of this as they see living in a new apartment …
Yay, my mum brought me choclate (Lindt, is there anything better in the world?), German magazines and another warm pullover! But it's actually more because of having my mum with me that I'm so happy in Beijing - and because the city is great, so much better than Shanghai, even the weather is nice and we have blue skies almost every day.
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