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... Beijing had stricken me as. There were guards everywhere protecting the flag, something I found a bit weird if it was meant literally, shoot all that endanger this flag, but oh well.
Next, we crossed the road to the Forbidden City. We got super lucky and skipped the massive hour long queues and entered through the massive palace gates, huge and ornamental and amazing in their scale. We walked through for about an hour, admiring the ancient ...
... alley and saw a hilarious wall painting of Lisa the Simpsons.
After exploring, we ran to meet Laura at our dorm. While waiting for her, Jesse and Elaine appeared and said that he was going to. Then both of the Laura appeared. Before we were about to go, Ramon and Kelsey walked and then the tall Laura asked if they wanted to come too. Kelsey couldn't and Ramon said that he had to change since he just worked out.
We snapped at him to just ...
... not a good thing since we are only 4 days into the trip!
It is incredible the number of people here. Beijing officially has around 20 million citizens, but unofficially is believed to have closer to 30 million. The traffic is insane as well. People, cars, buses, and bikes EVERYWHRE. The past few days it has been so smoggy. There is just a constant haze over the city. And the smell! Beijing has a smell I ...
... is the best of its kind. I'm not sure how the ranking is determined, but it was an interesting visit. The actual factory is now located in the suburbs and the downtown location is merely for demonstrations and sales. The work was very beautiful and very expensive, but I did not add to my rug collection although I was tempted by a small rug/wall hanging would have been perfect in my bedroom. ...
Things here at the orphanage have been going great; I'll post pictures from Dalian soon after this entry.
This past weekend I made a trip to Beijing to visit friends and go hiking with the "Harvard Hiking Group," a group of Harvard alumns who are now mostly working for the government in China in one ...