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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... it still bugs me how people assume that spending time somewhere else changes you automatically. As much I spent two semester in Beijing, I am still the same, old Benny: quirky, sassy, and blunt. I have been able to experience a lot of amazing things, especially traveling around China and other part of Asia. Along the way, I have became friends with awesome people. Yet, despite all the situations I have been through, I am still the same way I was before coming to China.
... drink some black tea.
In Susan's room, we talked about what we wanted to do after college. We came to the same conclusion that the job picks us not us picking the job. Susan explained that people in her international trade major end up working in other business sectors like accounting. Mohini then stated that it is not uncommon at Santa Clara to see people to do business related things instead of going to the academia like graduate ...
... like a house from Hobbiton.
After the Summer Palace, we went to the Olympic Park. The first cool thing was the hotel next to the park: four separate buildings that look like a dragon when you see them from afar and the first building also looks like the Olympic Torch. Then we saw the water cube. You can see outside the water cube from the inside but you can't see from the outside ...
... assumed that my nationality was Chinese. She also got to find out that Chris also knew how to speak Chinese and his Chinese was as good as mine.
Ordering at this restaurant was super complicated. I thought that they sold dumplings by plate, so I asked her how much one plate costed. She then said a lot of things that I didn't understand. I was hoping that she would say something along the lines of "One ...
I don't know if you were aware but apparently Katelyn and I are celebrities and everywhere we go people take our pictures. Some are subtly snapping pictures from a few feet away while others come right up next to us, put their arm around us and smile for their friend taking the picture. My friend Lin, whom will be traveling with us through china, warned us of such things. For whatever reason Chinese people are fascinated by foreigners, especially those who are ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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