Red Capital Ranch (Shambhala at the Great Wall)
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Chinese Language Class Culture Class: Taiji <b> July 22, Wednesday</b> Chinese Language Class Culture Class: Paper-cut <i>(Main Building 308)</i> <b>July 23, Thursday</b> Chinese Language Class Culture Class: Kung Fu <i>(Meet in the lobby)</i> <b> July 24, Friday</b> Chinese test *Visit Confucius Institute Headquarters and Chinese Culture Experience Centre ...
Today we learnt about the history, cultural significance and sheer size of Tiananmen Square. We had our first experience of real Chinese crowds, and the students were amazed to see the lines of people inching their way towards a quick view of Mao In his mausoleum. We opted for the short cut - straight for the Forbidden City. This was even bigger! One gate leading to another courtyard of magnificent buildings edged with dragons and ...
... I am officially starting out on my trip. It took the Polo’s 24 years to get back home, I am hoping in making it back home in perhaps three months or less (we’ll see), but we’ll mark this as our "starting point" for our “Reverse Silk Road” trip.
Beijing is a fascinating city, you can find anything. I am going to divide the city into the traditional & the modern and give you a brief taste of it.
... a movie to watch. The movie was completely irrelevant to what we are studying, but it was a nice break.
Friday afternoon was also the BLCU Cultural Fair. On the basketball courts, they had set up tents for each country to show off their country. their history and their culture. It was really amazing to see the beautiful diversity of students that BLCU has. From Saudi Arabia to Costa Rica, to the USA, to *****ia. I'm sure ...
... Newfie ladies were in the back seats (spread out) of the bus. When they were politely asked to move into the seats closer to the front, you’d think we asked them to recite the alphabet in Chinese. We had to show them out the window what needed to happen and I still don’t think they get it. This is going to be a LONG 3 days in Beijing. To add to the matters, while Robert and I dealt with luggage, Pam was off trying to locate 3 ...