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... proceeded to find a nice, cheap massage place. Well we found one that sounded promising online, but turns out they were closed for renovation. We then hopped in another cab and went to a different one. Well, that one ends up being in the basement of a creepy old apartment building. At that point we were just tired and desperate for a massage so we ended up paying around 300 kuai for one.
After our massage it was about time to meet up with the rest of ...
... go to university or. One third of this grade is based on their English listening, reading and writing. Speaking is not assessed, which is why so many Chinese students could be classed as an excellent English student, but not actually be able to speak the language.
... all due to the Chinese people wanting better career prospects and the acknowledgement of the governments corruption! The Forbidden City is situated behind Tian'namen Square housing the Palace museum, all this was quite confusing for Joe and I as we didn't know where we were, whether it was the palace, just apart of the Forbidden City or the Imperial Palace? We really should have had a guide for the day to tell us the history and point out areas and buildings to us, but researching ...
After a 13 hrs flight, I arrived at Beijing Capital airport. The custom was surprisingly efficient, 10 mins after leaving the gate I was sitting in my seat of the airport express to downtown. The large metro system and quick airport link are better than the Toronto infrastructure in every way. After meeting up with my friends Betty and Lu at the Red Lantern hostel, we went for dinner along with Juan, a backpacker we had just met. We wandered at the lively bar ...
... gate who always smile at me and wave
- the warm smiles from people staring at me
- the delicious nai lao (a generations-old Chinese treat made with a few
simple ingredients. Translated as "imperial custard," this cold dessert
soup is prized in and around Beijing, but is fairly obscure to
- hot pot
- the guitar club teachers and their friends
- the smiling faces of all my ...