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... or the National Aquatic Center. This building sort of looks like blue bubble-wrap, so I felt really tempted to try to pop it! We got to watch the building as it was lighting up, which was quite a sight because every light comes on individually.
For dinner we ate at Pizza Hut here in China, which is really fancy and expensive. They have many foods that Pizza Hut doesn't have at home, like noodles and wine. We got pepperoni pizza :)
Our conversation basically reminded me that I have no idea what will happen after graduation. Yet, I am not worry because I just have to go with it. Even though I have no concrete career plan, I am enjoying my time in China and college because I know it will all end before I know it. I plan to appreciate each moment instead of fussing over things that I can't control.
After tea, I went back to my room to blog this.
Some customs are very easy to pick up; table manners (none), traffic rules (hardly any), personal space (not existing), and of course spitting on the street and littering. But it must be a complicated society. The country has been ruled by an emperor for so many centuries and now communistic with a mix of Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism. All the different ethnic groups. Very fascinating.
We extended our stay in Beijing with a few days. There ...
... alleys, the local hutong family and their courtyard residence.
Off to the Summer Palace where we would enjoy a cruise in the Kunming Lake for its surpassing beauty. Finally , the tour of the Olympics Green where you can see the exterior appearance of the Bird's Nest and the Water Cube.
... have a ding-hun. This is like an engagement party where only the families of the groom and bride attend. The groom's family pledges their son will marry the bride by giving her family a sum of money (pin-li). The amount varies from city to city but Beijing and Shanghai usually have the more expensive pin-lis. Then the planning of the wedding begins. After they are married, the groom's family then buys the newly weds a house or apartment. When I explained to him ...