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We were drinking local beer which we must have really enjoyed and as Dan was super competent at asking for 4 beers in Chinese we managed to get through a lot. I did ask Dan what the name of the bar was, apparently it is called Hundred year old brand old man. Good luck finding it when you are next in Beijing.
... between teachers and the children seemed really unusual, many of the teacher will often just pick up some of the young ones and hug them. In fact it is encouraged to make the children feel comfortable with maybe a little tickling or a quick hug. I've found myself so used to the tactile nature of these relationships that I don't even second guess when one of the younger ones will go to hug me or quite often during breaks in the lesson when watching a film one ...
... bargains before heading back home. The Pearl market is THE place to go in Beijing for all of your knock off gadgets and labelled gear.
I then headed to Beihai Park for a wander before making my way to the Forbidden City. When I got off the underground for the Forbidden City, I was approached by a sweet looking Chinese girl. She asked where I was going, and she said she was heading that way too and asked if she could join me. Being friendly, of course I said ...
... I even start on our adventures, I must say....if China has something right, public transportation is definitely near the top of that list. I was blown away at how incredibly easy and care-free our traveling was. It was the best travel experience I have had in a long time; and this was even in a country where there is a massive language barrier, people!
Our journey started at the Foshan Airport Express bus station. We rode the bus a little over ...
... would be, and virtually enter buildings, cities, and events. The virtual tours are actually a real thing. One of our speakers from Abu Dahbi, and Matt from ACTE, spoke about the use of technology to hover over a publication with a phone, scan it and then use the phone to tour the place as if it were real. This could change the industry drastically. We also had a meeting with International SOS this evening. We toured the command ...