Beijing Tangshan Holiday Conference Center
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... br> Catching the train was so easy and efficient with departure gates like at the airport leading to the trains below on the 3rd floor, the subway is on the 1st floor. I managed to order breakfast pointing to pictures.
I had seat 1A, but rather that being at the front looking forward I was at the rear looking back. Maybe it returns going backwards.
According to GPS we are travelling at 300 kph. The train is nice inside ...
... over to enter the forbidden city. We immediately had an introduction to culture differences. In China, there is no such thing as a line. Everyone essentially pushes forward and whoever gets to the front first wins. There was no exception; Buses full of foreign tourists, schoolchildren, the elderly; no one was spared. Added to this disaster was the fact that the first lady was also visiting at the same ...
... and Caitlin entered the restaurant. They ordered their food to go because they had an evening class. Kelsey and Caitlin told me Matt, a guy from SLU and who I am rooming with during the Yunnan trip, actually knew Robb and Scott last semester.
I told them that Matt already told me that. Then, I told them that Robb was in Matt's WeChat profile picture. Jean was surprised how Robb looked.
I remembered how much people last ...
... street and looked at shoes and athletic gear. I found 2 China swim caps! Woohoo! After everyone took a required shower (we were all very sweaty) we went in search of dinner. We ended up having dinner at a German themed restaurant with all you can drink German beer (not Tsingtao!) and all you can eat food that you cook yourself. It's like hot pot but hot pan. It was delicious! Afterwards we just hung out at the hotel because we were tired from hiking the Great Wall and the ...
... not going to graduate high school and to plan my future
around this. If I were raised in the Chinese system, this would mean
that I would not be allowed to continue school after junior high and
would have to find work as an unskilled laborer. Back in America, I
am trying to gain admission to our graduate program for a Masters
degree. That's all I have to say about that.
If college is in your future, your
major is strongly dependent on your ...