Kang Ming Hotel
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... There was one really interesting one on Ming furniture, the forms of which were all very western -but maybe they invented them and our tables, beds and chairs are actually very Chinese? I don't know.
Back onto the subway and over to the Capital Museum for the history of Beijing. One the way we stopped at a little dinghy storefront restaurant. Elizabeth had a piece of chicken and a tortilla-ish roll with spiced bean sprouts. I had two mysterious dumpling sort ...
EO: We spent a few days enjoying some luxury and it was all Roger Federer's fault! We had to stay in the Swissotel just in case we were able to watch the Basel final. Sadly it wasn't to be but we did enjoy it.
We walked and walked and walked, all in aid of Element Fresh. We discovered this wonderful restaurant last time we were in China (Shanghai) and discovered there were now 5-6 branches in Beijing to hunt down!
We also ate ...
... Wei took us to a few different areas around campus and gave us a lecture on Feng Shui and some other Chinese concepts like yin and yang.
After we finished lecture, around 11:30, Dana and I walked around one of the lakes on campus and took a bunch of photos. Today has been my favorite day on campus so far. I really enjoyed walking around the lake and taking all the little bridges and secret paths. Once we completed our ...
... of Chinese regard Mao as a hero and hundreds come to Tianamen Square to pay their respects to him daily. Supporters praise him for modernising China and building it into the world power it is today. Many Chinese also revere him as a great political strategist, military mastermind, and savior of the nation.
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As we'd gotten up late and had wasted most of the afternoon wandering around Tianamen Square, we ...
... with their friends, which was so much fun. We had to remove our shoes and sit at a table that was just about on the floor. The food was delicious, quite different to the Japanese food that we have at home, which is interesting to see how different places interpret the same thing. I also got to practice a lot of my Chinese with Rebecca, Sammy and their (extremely patient) friends.
I also went out to a Mexican restaurant with my classmates. ...