Beijing Zhejiang Hotel
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... of traditional Chinese paintings. Another
exhibition we looked at featured these very intricate and life like portraits
of people from all over china, apparently reflecting the different cultures and
nationalities within China. This exhibition was probably my favorite because while the traditional paintings were beautiful the portraits were extremely well done and life like. We
continued around the museum for a while looking at the different forms of ...
... the city. Travelling through mainland China makes you appreciate things like little bureaucracy, efficient processes and proper internet access. Hong Kong ticked all the boxes and beyond that turned out to be a city full of impressive structures and buildings. We spend our time here with a Rachel, Daniel, Molly and Leia which we met through our volunteer site on workaway.com. We helped Rachael to look after her two beautiful daughters ...
... a couple of old people …yes even older than us , crawling up the steps.
While looking around at the level I was on I noticed that I was having my photo taken, being uncomfortable with that I moved. A lady grabbed my arm…. Not good for me… I hate being grabbed as well as the steps being uneven I nearly lost my balance. It took a couple of seconds before I realized that she wanted to ...
It is Cultural Week here at BLCU, and I started the week with Ian and Emily taking me out to try some spicy bullfrog. I was a little apprehensive, but the taste wasn't so bad, it tasted really similar to fish, which I was surprised about. The meat was very tender, but you had to watch out for the tiny bones, which made eating it delicately with chopsticks a little difficult to say the least.
We also went together to watch Star Trek at the cinema. ...
... company made $3.0B in China last year and isn't looking to stop! Their innovation in saving fuel and telematics (the company has put boxes on their engines that sends information to large truck fleet owners about the driver's behavior and the engine's status) has kept this company to continue to grow in China! Three floors in one of the most expensive business districts in Beijing... talk about a great Indiana success story!