Beijing Airport Gold Route International Business Hotel
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Today was another lazy day. Dana and I spent most of the day catching up on blogging, thinking about what our final papers were going to be about and watching some Chinese infomercials. For a couple hours I watched Dana, Tony, Nick, Cory, Bridget, Mara and Lisa play tennis with Jade and Trisha. Later at night we tried to round up some people to ...
... Clearly the ten thousand guards he had around the place would be unable to spot a grown man crouching behind a bonsai while holding a big pointy stick or something, but there you go. So the place was sparse of green but no less impressive for it; loads of buildings all beautifully crafted with the ceramics and metalwork that had become familiar to me since arriving: Dragons, lions with permed hair and strange hybrids of animals stare at you from cobbled floor to ...
The flight went well. Surprisingly short actually. I don't understand how the girl next to me did not use the bathroom once??? And really when you break it down with crossing the date line she technically didn't go to the bathroom for 2 days! Impressive really. I landed at 1 am in Sunday and waited almost an hour to pass customs, by the time I got to my apartment and unpacked it was 2 am and then got to bed at 3 am. Aki ...
... 10th Passover seder last Monday night, at a swanky Beijing hotel.
For those unaware of Passover, this important Jewish holiday is a commemoration of the Jewish liberation over 3,300 years ago by God from slavery in ancient Egypt that was ruled by the Pharaohs, and their birth ...
... on it really slowed down the process and overcomplicated things. Still, I guess learning to work with other people is a skill to have. Wang Laoshi was also afraid that students weren't really getting anything out of the places we visited. We go there, look around on our own and sometimes get bored very quickly. So, we were also assigned to think of a few questions about 雍和宫 and 国子监, and students had to pick one ...