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... government. To put that into perspective, 8 months is not a long time.
In the square, as we were taking photos of the buildings and selfies with Mao, two women
approached me. Both started speaking Chinese very fast and held up a nice camera. They took turns taking photos with me. My Chinese friend told me they said "take a picture with us beautiful model". I like it here.
... and were done in the “basket carving” motif, which hollows out the wood from the inside of a large block, while creating ornate carvings on all sides. Incredibly difficult to create, and very beautiful.
Our last treat for the day was an amazing Peking Duck dinner at “Made In China” restaurant, now the definitive location in Beijing to enjoy this outstanding local speciality. Our table was directly across from the ...
I slept in, perhaps a little too long. But it was nice. I got a message from my husband in response to my message telling him about my interview. He wants me to come home. Again, I'm torn. I do really want to go home, but at the same time, I feel things are not finished here. I may never have another opportunity to come back to China. What will I have missed out on if I ...
... and a guard. Apparently we were not so subtle though – as soon as I stood near the guard he marched away!
The Tian’anmen Gate marks the entrance to the old Imperial City, within which the Forbidden City is located. The Forbidden City closes at 3pm so that will be for another day.
After a brief wander in Zhongshan Park, we then attempted to walk to Beijing South Railway Station to buy our onwards train tickets to Xi’an. After walking in a very large ...
... has made many efforts to cut down on air pollution...after the first two days, there was just so much smog everyday. It wasn't very pleasant. It would appear cloudy out but it would be really hot and muggy; didn't make me want to be outside much. I spent about half a day just walking around the financial districts, visiting various hutongs (unique to beijing, a type of alley that is also like a market place), just kind of getting a feel for the city.