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... Passed a number of embassies on our walk, including the Embassy of the State of Palestine. Also went to a very cool little bookstore called The Bookworm. Taking the high speed train in the morning, so tomorrow should be a more interesting blog entry once I get to ...
... Wang Laoshi said that I should take intensive intermediate. I straight up refused because I had no desire of dying in it. Wang Laoshi said, "You would learn more Chinese." I had to explain to her that I was already busy with other things. Plus, it would be stupid for me to put in so much work for intensive intermediate when it does not really count for anything at Regis. I really need my other classes to complete my degree.
I walked back to the dorm with Sunny, ...
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Been three days since our last post and they've been jam packed with adventures and tasty amazingly tasty food.
On Saturday we went to the Summer Palace in the north west of the city. It's a three square kilometre site including a massive lake where the Emperor would go when it became too hot in central Beijing. Even so, it was baking when we got there and had to climb up the hill to the main building. It was so hot Kate bought a fan. Once we crested the hill we could ...
... back to 32 degrees, sunny and blue skies having rained ALL week. Andy has popped out for a drink with our mate Ali, as we haven't seen him for a couple of weeks.
I believe we're missing the Goodwood Festival of Speed, been going for years so will have to miss out this year! And thank you Aunty Sal for your e-mail, and your offer to give Jenson my love ;)
Hope you have a good weekend guys,