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... our professor showed up, she was confused too. She spoke to the guy in Chinese, but it was obvious that he was not Chinese. After the guy left, my professor was so puzzled.
I whispered, "Creepy." My professor laughed.
Later today, as I left Asian Fusion after dinner, a few elderly Chinese women tried to talk to me. I kept telling them, "wo bu shuo zhong wen (I don't speak Chinese)." I decided to continue walking.
... embassies. We were so bad with naming the country of each flag. At Sanlitun, we chose to go to Yashow to bargain for things.
Lindsay stopped for a moment and noticed how beautiful the leaves were since it was fall time. We stopped to take some pictures.
At first, I found a pair of Nike sweatpants, Rae had to translate for me. The seller then spoke English to me. She held a calculator to indicate her pricing. I said that it was too expensive. ...
... ceremonies, athletics, and football finals of the games. The stadium has room for 91000 spectators, but the capacity was reduced to 80000 after the Olympics. The Beijing national aquatics centre or the water cube hosted the swimming, diving and synchronised swimming events. It has a capacity of 17000 spectators, however was reduced to 6000 after the Olympics. Then back on the bus to go for our bicycle ride through ...
我說沒有英 ;語 (I Speak No English) Ok, so we had an interesting first few days in China! Despite being a capital city in one of the world's largest, most commercial, and quickest developing countries, we realised that in Beijing almost nobody speaks English. Apparently our white skin made us a local attraction - we even had people taking photos of us at the local train station! So we arrived at Beijing ...
... space, buildings, traffic, people - all in a bizarre merry-go-round. Exciting, young, vibrant and historic, and that's just our first day!, Can't wait for some serious touristy stuff tomorrow - Tiannamen Square, the Forbidden City with 980 buildings and over 9,000 rooms should tax us a bit! On a more liquid note, we have had some very pleasant Chinese white and red wine as well as some hideous cocktails in Happy Hour! That's it for now folks, have a lovely rest of the ...