Beijing Guxiang 20 Club
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... by a couple who wanted our photograph taking with them. If you want to feel famous come to China and dye your hair blonde. Everyone stares and wants to have their picture taken with you- celebrity life. We wandered and then like we do ended up heading off to a different cinema for some escapism. What was really weird was when we came out the Mall was all shut down and lights out. No escalators working and the only people we saw on the bottom floor (we'd come from ...
... said the gate guard did not care. We sat for a while contemplating our options when finally we decided to stay outside beijing for the night and see if the gate guard would be in a better moood the next day. The next morning we returned to the gate and my translator when up once again and requested permission to enter the city but once again we were not allowed inside the translator said ...
... not as completely humanized as individuals from lawmakers' own socioeconomic and national background. A person in some way dehumanized may not induce the same level of urgency regarding reform.
Last, the lawmakers from which such workers hail are often amongst the most corrupt in the world. That this problem occurs outside their political territory probably also reduces the incentive for them to do the right thing by this portion of the constituency. Continuing ...
Up and ready early to catch our 6am bus to head out to Jinshanling, the furthest point from Beijing where tourists are permitted to climb the Great Wall. A 4 hour bus ride took us through rush hour and winding roads to finally reach the entrance. Once we pulled up we quickly realized we were the only large tour group there and we would have the Wall mostly to ourselves. ...
... and serpent after serpent all full of symbolism and meaning I realised how little I knew or understood about Chinese history. We hired an audio guide which helped give some meaning to it. In a really shallow way we were more focused on how cold our hands were... It was freezing!!
It was then a power walk and a dash to the subway. Back to the hotel to grab our bags. The taxi was waiting already to take u,s to the airport. The poor taxi driver frowned and rubbed his ...