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... performances from their province's local culture such as instrumental music, singing, and traditional dance. That night was one generally used for good-byes since some people had flights that left before 6 in the morning and others that left at 7 at night. We were all sad to leave people from other groups, but we would always remember the powerful memories that had been created in China.
... or the National Aquatic Center. This building sort of looks like blue bubble-wrap, so I felt really tempted to try to pop it! We got to watch the building as it was lighting up, which was quite a sight because every light comes on individually.
For dinner we ate at Pizza Hut here in China, which is really fancy and expensive. They have many foods that Pizza Hut doesn't have at home, like noodles and wine. We got pepperoni pizza :)
... school they went to. His English was very good and he spoke without an accent. Then he tried to get Karena's number and claimed that he would like to hangout with her. She gave him her number.
After that, we got off at the first Tianamen stop, but it turned out we went out of the wrong exit since we were on the other side of the street. We went underground again and used the correct exit. When we walked out, it was breathtaking to see the Square. ...
... was much more like a contemporary dance piece than i'd expected. But sadly all good things must come to an end and it was time to say goodbye to our dear friend Flo who came to the train station to see us off. I'm not going to lie, there were a few tears, on both sides, as we said our goodbyes, We hadn't known her for long but she was one of the loveliest people I have ever met and a fantastic tour guide who made our time in Beijing that bit more special!
... have a ding-hun. This is like an engagement party where only the families of the groom and bride attend. The groom's family pledges their son will marry the bride by giving her family a sum of money (pin-li). The amount varies from city to city but Beijing and Shanghai usually have the more expensive pin-lis. Then the planning of the wedding begins. After they are married, the groom's family then buys the newly weds a house or apartment. When I explained to him ...