A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing
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... about. I came to realize I was pronouncing it wrong; it was hooton and actually spelled hutong. Pronunciation is so much more important here than in English speaking countries. Chinese has four different "tones." Each tone means an entirely different word. At first I thought it would be like a homonym such as bear and bare which in the context of a sentence are easily discernable but in Chinese it doesn’t work that way. If you don’t say ...
We left the hotel at 10.15. Made our way to the forbidden city. Now realise why where we are is so quiet as they are all at the forbidden city! Decided to not go in ad queues so long. Made our way to Tianenmen square and on the way visited a garden that was wry tranquil. The square was amazing and full of police and security. ...
... make Ricci Cafe a chain. He explained his current business plans of stabilizing the cafes and improving the business.
Later, Greg had to run off to another meeting.
I decided to take taxi back to school.
Hours later, I decided to go see the fashion school. I did not get lost this time. The school was so stunning. I was in awe with the beautiful campus and the colorful personalities on the campus. The fashion event was over. Oh well. ...
Today we went to tian'anmen square, the forbidden city, a Chinese doctor, a pearl market and the summer palace. Out of all of these places my favourite was the forbidden city. It was huge. According to the tour guide, common people have not been allowed to visit the forbidden city until recently. During all of the dynasties, anyone who entered ...
... our eyes water and throats dry. We swam, played cards, and played games all afternoon. We'll grab dinner in the hotel restaurant soon and call it a day. Breakfast this morning was wonderful, a Sunday brunch with both Chinese and western offerings. Noodles, eggs, rice, fruit, pastries, oatmeal, waffles , omelet bar, you name it. We stayed there so long that we pretty much started ...