Inner Mongolia Hotel
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Last year I was a tad controlling with the blog, making sure we alternated posts and didn't duplicate...this year, no big deal either way. We couldn't update like we wanted to in China because travel pod, along with Google and Facebook, was blocked. As we sit in the Malaysian airport, however, I have time to reflect on everything Beijing. We stayed …
Yesterday we saw the Great Wall of China which most of us made it to the top. We also went to the jade factory saw a Kung fu performance, which most us fell asleep because we were so tired. All of the places we went to were all so memorable and of historic significance were all amazing. At the jade factory we saw astonishing feats of …
... this medium, however there are ways and means to circumvent this!!! Day two Today we visited Tian amen Square. I am not going to sugar coat this and say that we enjoyed ourselves 100%. Because it is summer vacation 100's of people turned to 1000's probably 100's of thousands. It was boiling hot and kind of boring. Our experience (as opposed to other people in the tour) was that generally the people were well behaved. I did not cop an umbrella in the eye, I did not spot ...
... minutes to catch our bullet train to Beijing. We act "Chinese," and push our way through to the elevator. - We can't get out of the Metro. Our Metro cards won't work in the machines. We are stuck. Chad picks up the stroller with Sebastian in it, throws Sebastian at me, and crawls under the turnstile at <b>12:58</b>. - We run as fast as we can, having no idea in this large station where our gate is located. We realize we're on the south side and need to be on the north ...
... that it is all about context. The Chinese don't always explicitly express what they feel or think directly. Sometime, you have to take the time to listen to them to understand what they are actually saying.
Right now, my Chinese is much better than I first came to Beijing. I can manage to communicate basic things like directions or what I want to eat. I don't really care if I ever become fluent, which is probably never. However, I will continue studying Chinese.