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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... my dad a call, but he did not answer. So, I just left a message to let him know that I was well. Then, I heated up the egg plant from dinner last night. However, I did not have a fork.
I decided to borrow Mike's spoon to eat my breakfast. Yes, I did clean it after I finished using it.
The USF girl Andrea entered the lounge to look for a movie. I whined to her that I did not want to go to orientation today. The thing was I already knew what Dean Moses would go ...
This morning, I got breakfast at the dining hall near my dorm. I got a bun and a rice soup. While eating, I was studying for my dictation today.
Before class started, when I was sitting behind the desk, the French-Lebanese guy John touched my hair. I screamed, "Sexual harassment!" John replied, "It isn't if you like it." I snapped, "Sexual harassment!"
I don't like to be touch.
Our professor entered and we ...
... a 'migrant school'.
In the back seat of the bus, my eyes went from half-asleep to wide
open. The people around me noticed and asked what was going on, so I
slowly tried to explain what a migrant school was as we drove out
from the bustling city into the rural outskirts.
To most Americans, the words 'migrant
worker' brings forth the image of undocumented immigrants from Mexico
who move from job to job and live in makeshift ...
... the Jugshan park a hill made from the earth dug out to create the moat around the forbidden city and it is said that it also protects the palace from the evil spirits/dust storms from the north. Even in winter the gardens are kept neat most of the trees have lost there leaves but it was still a pleasant walk through the gardens. The gardens are filled with locals practicing there ti chi and oldies doing there dance exercise an interesting sight, with ...
... random to me. It was a very nice view at the top of the tower though!
Following that little adventure we went to our final destination of the days touring, the tea ceremony. This was at a local Tea Shop where a woman introduced us to 6 different teas. All teas were from different families. Most were very good but the first one we tried was incredible ! We were sure to purchase some to bring home. It was ...