Baolinxuan International Hotel
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... friendly. I sat next to two ladies who both recently joined the company. The language barrier made it extremely difficult to discuss their jobs or even the company, as they are new and still learning themselves. Because of these two factors, we stuck to lighter subjects and I picked their brains about China and Beijing. They told me that on days when the sky is visible (it’s pretty rare in Beijing will all of the pollution), many people go outside to take pictures to tweet. ...
... about what I was most excited about going home and what worries I had. I just simply answered that I was so excited to eat Chipotle and pho! Everyone stared at me and asked if I was worried about anything. I said that I did not want to return to Colorado. Everyone's jaw dropped. I explained that I just don't want to return home. Plus, I told them that I had yet to land a summer internship.
Later, I had an afternoon class.
... with the guide Amy in her quest to point out each and every example of a number, colour, shape, location or animal that indicated long life and longevity. Where the Forbidden City yesterday was built to honour the Emperor, the Temple of Heaven gives thanks to the Gods and is a way of showing respect to them. According to Amy China tolerates all religions (really?) but the historical Chinese worship was in the form of Taoism. The buildings all have round roofs, rather that ...
... with the one. Work starts on Friday but as the semester is already drawing to a close I only begin each day at 4pm, working for 2 hours, aside from Tuesdays which are 4 hours of work beginning at 1pm. Soon I will have 2 months off, which means lots of homework from my new Chinese tutor as she's away and maybe travel to another city somewhere. That's it for now, just trying it out to see if it all works ...
... have. They are a proud race with a very conflict ridden past with the Japanese and work hard to maintain their rich culture and save face in the international limelight. I have had the pleasure of meeting many locals and people who have lived in Beijing for a number of years. It has given me the chance to see beneath the surface and understand the country more to be able to suggest my tentative conclusions and opinions. The last day if my adventure was ...