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A: The train to Beijing was delayed slightly and as we boarded our carriage we realised it was already pretty full. Our compartment already had 4 of the beds occupied, luckily no one was sleeping in our bunks! We were getting used to traveling on the night trains, however because everything was in Chinese, including the station signs and train …
... some local on the way and they
allowed even to have their picture taken!
I think it must have been around 4-ish when
I got back at the subway and since I promised the head of the
Schmuckiteam to visit the Muslim quarter I couldn’t let her down ;-) I
consulted the guide and I knew where I had to jup off the subway, but apart
from that I didn’t have really clear indications...
I got out of the subway and all I could see were ...
... being blacklisted, loss of business license, but even imprisonment.
CSR is being given greater attention – majorly among multinational companies and mature companies only though. Particularly new entrants seem to have a “first we need to make profit, then we can think of CSR” attitude – in my eyes, the complete wrong way to go about it.
In the evening, we were invited by Conrad hotel, which just opened ...
... ducks in a local man made pond (the largest non-pet creatures I had seen in Beijing, which is a bit sad).
Wednesday night also had CRCC arrange for us to see the Chaoyang acrobatics show. It was a blast and I have some pictures from it, but to really do it justice you have to watch some of the videos. Here are a few, from my facebook page, so I don't know how well they will play with non-friends- regardless, I think I ...
... luggage and then the streets, the people, the foods, the museums, the temples, and all the unexpected bends of life will be there for you.
Actually the first day I didn't do much (I said I love the feeling, I didn't said you are obliged to start full speed!). I was more worried about my passport. At the last border crossing the custom officer had finally commented on how it was falling apart. I had smiled and with a mixture ...