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... often used to cultivate relationships with other countries with “panda diplomacy”. (Apparently used effectively to score the 2008 Olympics) The first panda we saw was asleep in a tree. He looked like he could have been stuffed, except for the slight movement in his chest. It seems panda like to sleep. We only saw one panda that was awake eating. They prefer a diet of bamboo. We were surprised to learn that pandas are not bears but are related to raccoons.
... all things veggie and Chinese set in a secluded courtyard in the backstreets. I hope every meal is like this...I doubt it. Thankfully the rain had stopped but poor Laura was not having any luck wearing flip flops so we caught the subway home and treated ourselves to a piece of 161 cheesecake. Sinking into the white cotton sheets, made in China, I was out like a light....having taken half of Beijing's pollution off my face... First day ...
... copy of Chinese Harper Bazaar. I flipped though it and fell in love with the advertisement in it. The Michael Kors one caught my eye. I wanted the jacket that the male model was wearing. Too bad that I am a poor college student. I have to save up a lot of money to buy a designer piece unless I can find one at a bargain in a vintage shop.
I posted a few pictures of the cafe on my WeChat. Someone commented that I should check out a place ...
... spots are and what things to see. We already had quite the adventure riding the Metro tonight! I cannot wait to see the incredible heritage sites this week and to understand how the corporate travel industry works in China. Dubai and Bangalore were incredible, but I have a feeling that China is going to be just as rewarding and ...
... our parents ever said about money not growing on trees.
Today The Wall is visited by people from all over the world. They stop and take pictures of the mountains and The Wall as it snakes on for miles on end. But this Great Wall was once used for defense and protection. It has always intrigued me to learn of the ways that people have tried to protect themselves from enemies. ...