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... many dishes served family style on a lazy Susan. Then off we went to see a Chinese opera. Our first clue of what we were in for should have been when our tour guide left the theater. The costumes were beautiful but the opera consisted of screeching and discordant music. I kept waiting for my ears to bleed from a ruptured eardrum! It is something every one should experience once, if only to share my pain.
Time to head up to the room to rest up for tomorrow. The wifi is only in the ...
... tired to go out. After some deliberation I decided to try to find some take-out, which is harder than you think at night in downtown Beijing. I ended up at a McDonald's (scandal...but desperate times call for desperate measures). So here I was ordering a special-order in English to a Chinese cashier and her manager (who seemed like she understood me) and guess what? They got it wrong. Some things cross cultural boundaries....it reminded me of home.
... between the company I work for, and this key supply company. As I said on day 9, regular face to face contact is an essential part of doing business with Chinese companies, and this meeting proved to be exactly what both companies needed to reconfirm our commitment and friendship to each other.
I left the company with much hearty handshakes and photos, my young company representative came with me to a ticket booking agency to get a 6pm fast train ticket to ...
... it started to rain and the air was filled with dusty rain. We met the others and got on the bus and went to the Flea Market nearby. We were instructed to take off our Wendy Wu lanyards as it would be better that we were not recognised as a group tour! Better for bargaining! There were four floors of stalls and we wandered around looking at the various goods for sale. Lots of shiny tops and dresses, scarves, jewellery, "real" pearls, jade, bags, ...
... It's filled with the cities famous Hutongs, small little shopping streets, a remaining relic of China's imperial era, it really was the perfect place to be staying. By the time I had settled in and got something to eat night had really settled in. Being right in the heart of China though I really couldn't resist a quick peak at Tiananmen Square. Unfortunately they close of this public square to the public at nights meaning I could only go for a walk around the ...