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I have made it through my first week of living in Beijing. I have spent most of the time at school and I have so many more pictures to take of everything there but I wanted you to see some of it right away!
I am very impressed by the facilities at ISB. The building is huge! I feel overwhelmed trying to find my way around, but each day I become more comfortable walking around the school. The staff is so ...
... a true star on the first song.
It was all easy after that. We picked a wide variety of Chinese and American pop, ranging from Madonna to ABBA. I first sang Taylor Swift's "You Belong with Me," which was mediocre at best, before trying out "Skyfall" by Adele. It was really fun and I was suddenly super comfortable with the whole concept. My next songs included "All I Want for Christmas is You" by Mariah Carey and "Troublemaker" by Olly Murs. The others picked a bunch of Chinese ...
... called American Tribal Style in the USA, which is kind of like belly dancing. Apparently it is a blend of styles which reflects the multicultural American community. I also saw some Russian dancing, Mexican dancing, and a really entertaining Korean hip-hop melody of Korean songs like Gangnam Style.
Everybody had put in such a huge effort in their tents, and their efforts really paid off, as it was quite a spectacular ...
... and along with discovering a new restaurant I also made friends with one of the security personnel, Zhang Zhihao. I met him while waiting inside the Shaoyuan lobby, he asked me where I was from, and after we started talking he offered to help me practice Chinese if I ever needed help. Aiya, so many new friends! Even though I'm missing home, I am glad I will stay another semester--I'm really looking forward to hanging out and talking with the Chinese people ...
... getting ready to cross (the best way I've found is to go with a local), we moved enmass across the pedestrian crossing. Everything changed drastically when a bus changed lanes and ... I broke formation. So there I stood on the centre yellow line in the middle of 4 lanes of traffic, talking and laughing to myself!. I managed to hail a lady taxi driver in the meantime and she sat on the other side of the road grinning at me. This turned out to be the best taxi ...