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I'm writing this post to complain the fact that I am currently coughing my lungs out. By far the WORST part of Beijing is the pollution. They had the APEC meeting here for the last 2 weeks so the weather has been pretty good. Since all the world leaders were coming, Beijing basically shut down everything that pollutes the air...factories were closed down, people couldn't drive, ...
The Bicycle as we know it – 2 equal size wheels, chain sprocket, tube frame - was invented in Europe in the mid 19th century. About the same time, the rickshaw (1 servant) was replacing the sedan chair (4 servants) in China, a form of luxury that the elite were not quick to dump. Bikes did not catch on in China until almost the mid 20th century. But Mao liked bikes, and once it was popularized, China, with lots ...
"Oh, yeah." I said. "You increased the enrollment by twenty percent."
Greg could not believe how much research I did.
"At least I did my research." I said. "If I was going to contact you, I needed to find out about you."
Then, Greg explained his business Ricci Cafe. He has four stores in Beijing, Guangzhou, and Shanghai. His other business partners are TBC alumni who run the other locations. Greg stated that he is ...
... early cause I wasn't sure how long it was going to take or how long it would take at the airport with both my left luggage and the bombing the other day. Turns out it didn't take long at all so I had some food and hung out while looking online then got my bags and checked in. I ended up getting to the gate about 2.5 hours prior to my departure so it allowed me time to transfer all my photos and finish up my blog postings. I will have to go through some and finalize them at ...
... with last Saturday night for the Internations bowling. A good fun night as always, starting & finishing with beers & pizza at Frank's bar, there was a charity gig going on & it was full of bikers, a raffle, and four different bands which of course we danced to later, and got them singing random requests, such as Beds are Burning by Midnight Oil!!
Sunday I went to watch our friend Gina run in the Beijing half marathon. There was also the full ...