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... and continued to deny it until we left the auditorium. One outside I confirmed the truth now that we are away from the 'listening microphones.' She thought I was being serious then we both burst out laughing and again, she started punching my arm playfully
She is wonderful and confirmed to us that she thought us pretty wonderful too. 'I love you both, I really do, its such fun being your guide.' And I think she meant it.
... of chinese characters and we have to read it, record ourselves reading and send the recording to our teacher, Li 老师. This past friday we had our second test. The tests are always half written and half oral. In the written part we have to read passages and answer true/false questions and listen to 老师 read passages and answer questions about it. In the oral part the 老师 will ask us questions and we must answer them using ...
…Near the Buddhist Lama Temple is China’s second largest Confucian Temple. Not really a religious institution, but more an educational institution that is aimed at teaching the Chinese and others the philosophy of the great Kong Fu Tse, the cornerstone of Chinese culture to this day. Interestingly, Confucius and the Buddha Gautama walked the Earth at the same time around 500 B.C., a time when Greek Philosophy was at its height in the West, ...
... at 598mph! Quite impressive if you think about it.
Not before long we were given breakfast which consisted of cheese and meats as well as orange juice and other bits and bobs. I decided to have a wander round to see how everyone was. Everyone was in high spirits and looking forward to getting to Beijing. Cabin crew then started to hand out the landing cards that are needed to ...
... The Square and Forbidden City are "sacred" places for the Chinese. Many, many officials about, mostly in uniform. The square has two huge LED screens at least 50 x 10m. The Chinese National day is in October & there is a 9 day holiday to celebrate - the 1948 Revolution when Mao forces overthrew the Nationalist Democrats. Everywhere these were large flower displays. We then walked on to the Forbidden City - the palace of the ...