Comfort Suites (Beijing Yayuncun)
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... an acceptable level of using chopsticks... I can't eat a whole meal rather easily but still have some issues grabbing slippery foods from the main dishes. - I honestly don't know what is up with everyone hawking luges but it really grosses me out. Don't even get me started about the little children bathroom situation. - In two weeks I still have yet to get used to people ...
... kinda equip to themselves. Their government don't want outsiders to influence them. So everything is made in their language. But one thing that I saw about Chinese people is that they are very good in coping things from other countries. Like products, Fashion, Music, Sport and so on.
But so far Beijing is a home to several million migrant workers who are often referred to disparagingly as outsiders. This hardworking ...
... inside. Also checked out the market off the side which was made up of a few narrow streets filled with nick nacks and the same food as at the night market.
In the evening met the group and we headed out for a meal including Peking duck and bunch of other dishes that Snow, our local honcho, picked out. Was a good feed and the group seem a decent bunch though all 10 of them are ...
... the osmanthus sauce is replaced by Hoisin sauce. It’s a pity that the osmanthus sauce is seen infrequently outside of China. It has an unusual flavor and tastes and smells a bit like apricots. It can be extremely (overly) sweet or a bit sweet and tart, depending on the constituents of the simple syrup used to make it. Cut vegetables are also served with the duck and can include cucumber, lettuce or cabbage, Chinese yams, taro ...
... of time what we would like to learn how to cook, so they were prepared to teach us how to cook sweet and sour pork, Kung Pao Chicken, and sauteed bok choy. Each of us had a Chinese cleaver and a cutting board in front of our seat. We fixed that real quick, as we'd recently heard a story of an ambulance taking 35 minutes to arrive on the scene of a man having a seizure at a nearby school, and we were deep in a dark neighborhood. Anyway, Lucy, Sam and Ben were ...