Eastern Morning Sun Youth Hostel
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... since I last really tuned in. The tragedy with the plane
shot down is breaking my heart. And the middle east...oh my.
In Beijing I’m so aware of meeting and smiling at people from countries all over the world. We
meet in restaurants and in bathrooms and on the great wall and in other
tourist sites and we laugh and share some funny moment together before
we move on. Today a huge group of students from some school in South
Africa left ...
The day started with eating and ended with eating, as every good day should!!! We took ourselves off to the Lama Temple.... A complex of at least five temples, ending with the last being the largest, a carved Buddha 36 meters tall carved out of a single sandalwood tree.... Incredible.... Photos aren't allowed, so you guys will have to come and see.... More food, ...
... around. It was at this moment when something happened which we will never forget for the rest of our lives...
Out of nowhere what looked like a small van, flew through the crowd directly infront of us and crashed into the wall, smoke starting bellowing out and a ball of fire rose into the air, we looked at each other in shock when suddenly there was a loud bang. I grabbed Kirsty and shouted "run" and we sprinted away as fast as we could whilst others in front continued ...
... helpful. It really started to set the scene as to differences b/t American and Chinese students. There is little to no public speaking/presentations in Chinese curriculum –greatly contributing to the shy nature of many Chinese students when they come over to the states (also largely based on the conservatism of the culture). She made several food ...
The church itself is very beautiful, well, it's really a cathedral. Although there's no air conditioning, the pews are lined with fancy flat-screen TVs which replace the music books. The juxtaposition of the high-tech TVs against the ancient church walls serve as another example of Beijing's habit of mixing the old and the new.
The service itself was similar to Mass in the U.S. but it just felt different somehow; I can't quite put my finger on the exact ...