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The past few days have been great. Tiananmen Square is a huge place. It's surrounded by buildings, Mao's mausoleum and the gates to the Forbidden City, but they don't contain the space, they're simply beside it. I'm sure you can see the curvature of the earth across it. Maybe. We walked northwards across the square, under the road and emerged before the entrance to the Forbidden City, under the gaze of The Great Helmsman. After buying our tickets, ...
... lines on the subway we were faced with a crowd of over 1,000 people bustling to get tickets and queuing for the different areas of the zoo, not everything was explained well on the signs for the tickets, regarding prices for adult for what area and what to do, after standing around in the baking sun trying to figure it all out and being push and bashed from side to side in the crowd we decided that the zoo wasn't for us, especially on a weekend! Next we headed to Tian'anmen West on ...
It's my last night in Beijing and I'm ready to come home. I've had a great time but I'm a bit over it now - over the pollution, the crowds, the attention my baby gets (and everyone wanting to touch her hands), the pollution, the language barrier, the excessive use of plastic, the pollution, the inconsiderate smoking... did I mention the pollution??
Today was lovely because a strong wind blew all the pollution to some other unfortunate place but just 2 ...
... remember the Chinese words for the four directions – east, west, north, and south – that will help us give meaning to the names and remember them better. East is dong, west is xi, north is bei, and south is nan. For example, the "bei" in Beijing means north, and the whole name means northern capital. Pudong means west of the Huangpu River, and Puxi means east of the Huangpu River. Think about Hebei, Henan, Hubei, and Hunan provinces. ...
... the Forbidden City, and the mall with the world’s biggest LCD (or LED, I forget) screen. So October has been alright, with its share of adventures and happenings. Now for some fun stories.
This week was the first week I had the famous Beijing Roast Duck, and I have to say that it lived up to the hype. I went with my roommate’s language partner and his class (ironically my roommate did not come) to a restaurant near school to grab ...
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