Jiangxi Grand Hotel
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Arrived in Beijing to a very grey and misty welcome, and this continued through Monday. But really brightened up from Tuesday wih temps very hot (up to 30+) and very humid.
Beijing airport is the largest we've been to requiring a 2 mile train journey just to collect the luggage!
The hot weather arrived in time for …
Our group of 12 friends meet at the San Francisco Airport to board the Air China flight to Beijing, China. It is a long 12 hour flight across the International Date Line. We begin our tour of China in Beijing with a walk through Tiannamen Square and the Forbidden City. We are staying at the lovely Jiangxi Grand Hotel. Every Chinese meal is …
... the variety of flavors of tea, and also at the fact that they don't just taste like hot water, as I had previously thought (about tea without milk). Surprisingly, I think I may have been converted; the chinese definitely know how to do tea.
We were so impressed with our guide Jean. She was so kind, sweet and motherly and spent the whole day sheperding us around, translating and answering our questions. We were interested in hearing a Chinese person talk about ...
... skylines are amazing, especially in Shanghai with the beautiful and historic Bund just across the river from amazing modern buildings, including the world's 3rd tallest.
Twenty five years ago, anything higher than eight floors was rare. Now, there are high-rises everywhere and the pace of active construction is staggering. Cities such as Xi’an have hundreds of construction cranes dotting the skyline. ...
... was based on the actions they saw from the second to last person. I found it so cool how not only did all these Chinese students know all the 成语, but they knew all the stories that were behind them. Do these kids pick them up in everyday life? Did they learn it in school? Do people use 成语 all the time in conversation? I don't know, but I found it very cool. Here are some the idioms teams had ...
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