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... up. On a side note, since the forum was held in Mandarin, ACTE had hired two translators who sat in a booth at the back and translated for us in real time. That was very cool!
Tonight, the plan is to make everyone's ears bleed as we all sing the night away at a karaoke place. Apparently, in China, meetings are purely a formality. Business decisions are actually made while karaoke-ing. This is not a joke.
... in the last view from the wall. Savouring the moment. Who knows when we'll ever be up here again. Des and Cian are waiting at the bus below. We walk down through a bear park on the way down, very random. Black bears are in large enclosers. Visitors can through them sweet potatoes as a treat. Don't know what to think about it... The next stop is lunch, just normal Chinese food with the group before head on to the Ming tombs. Fed and watered we're back on the road. ...
... cars and chess. I was surprised, he was the only foreigner
in my last five guiding years I know can play it. Almost nobody knew this before.
He also told me that the Christianity or the Church came from tradition and actually the mixture of a lot of traditions, for example the Chrismas tree came from Germany, it's for hold gifts.
When we at the Beijing Zoo, he recalled in US there is another zoo where is in the countryside for city ...
... a restaurant
So some restaurants here some sort of food safety grading system grade posted, it seems restaurants can score 'A', 'B' or 'C', with 'A' being the best and 'C' the worst. I don't know why some restaurants have this posted and some don't. The majority of restaurants I've visited have scored a 'B', with McDonalds and KFC leading the pack with 'A's.
Fast food is pretty much the same as in Canada, except the menus ...
The last morning in Beijing we were treated to a very different side of life than we had yet experienced. Tucked away in a corner of the city are Hutongs.
The word Hutong seems to mean narrow road or alleyway. What we visited was a neighborhood comprised of these alleyways. Some people do drive cars but the streets aren't wide enough and it's almost comical to watch cars navigate. ...