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... we visit through this dance. If you haven’t seen the video yet please go watch it now!
American Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mD3sQP MmN0
Chinese Link : http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XODQyMjI1N DAw.html
Making this thing was hilarious, difficult, rewarding, and memorable. We had footage from EVERYWHERE. From the Olympic Park in Beijing, to ...
... out some sharp moves that impressed all their
Afternoon sessions were a combination of Chinese Art
classes and Tai Chi, with Tian again proving to be a great translator, and
assisting the Art teacher with translation between the class students. Paper
cutting classes were a huge hit amongst all the students, learning to cut and
fold Chinese characters with paper. Some of the results, although simple in
While the others had not much experience skiing, I was happy to ride the two runs by myself for most of the afternoon. I had forgotten how much I love skiing--- it was such a rush to be sliding down the runs again. With no chairlift queues, I was free to go up and down as much as I could until I was exhausted. I caught up with the rest of the group every few runs. Vesliana, being from the ever-warm Indonesia, had never skied before and she did really ...
... I'd be up to it.
The Forebidden City was very much how I remembered it. Not quite a crowded as it was in July 1999. Many typical Asian tour groups - with match hats or vests. Our group came up with a call-sign rather thatn matching waredrobe......"Sticky Rice". Whenever we needed to get moving, the guide or someone from the group would call-out "Sticky Rice" and we'd all ...
... we realised that we would be receiving two free meals and free drinks during the flight! We still munched on our snacks but it was good to receive a hot breakfast and dinner on the plane. In addition to the food we had sufficient leg room and free entertainment including movies, television shows, documentaries and games! We both immediately began watching movies and forgot about the books we had taken on board. I watched Monkey King in Mandarin which ...