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... a lot of companies moved their focus away from productivity and satisfaction to a more onesided cost(saving) focus, but as we are getting out of the crisis the productivity and satisfaction focus is returning. Even though it shouldn't be a surprise it kind of does anyway that this is what happens in a crisis, because I really believe that a strong productivity and satisfaction focus creates at least as much value and profit to the company as a costsaving focus does - it's perhaps just ...
Today was started at the delightful time of 4.45 thanks to our ridiculously loud neighbours. An alarm charmingly repeated at 6.15 and again at 7.30. As Beijing is now in full Mid-Autumn Festival mode, we'd set ourselves the challenge of trying 5 different types of mooncake over the weekend. This morning's candidate was a disaster. Dry pastry and chopped nuts in a sesame paste combined to create a cake equivalent of the cinnamon challenge and it was ...
... few and the weather wasn't too hot or too cold. Considering you work up a sweat walking through the wall, it was a comfortable climate. The summer months can be humid and very busy. Your photos will be loaded with other people photobombing or getting in the way. My photos had few people in them, and I could spread out freely in my photos without fearing someone would mistakenly walk by. That being said, I did end up being part of a family's photo. A Chinese ...
... via metal toboggan - gleefully winding down the mountainside before winding down another fantastic day in Beijing. Next day, we went to the Temple of heaven which was quite beautiful and then took a walk around the markets and bought some fruit. Went to the train station early in hopes of resting before our 12 hour sleeper train but it seems as if the train station is Beijing's craziness intensified. No chairs, people just Asian squat or sit on their luggage ...
... been so far (I'm not painting a great picture, am I?!). I should mention this, that out of all of the places in China we have been to, you rarely, if ever see blue skies. I don't know if its the time of the year or because of general cloud overcast or the pollution, but it can get a little bit depressing.
We had a nice hostel here that was friendly and had its own bar/restaurant which was a perfect common area to eat good food and meet other backpackers. We ...