Dahua Jinwan Hotel
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... like normally but more sweet/syrupy than in the U.S.
The people are friendly. We smile and they smile. We say "Nihao" (Hello) and they say "Hello!" They do not speak to us until we speak to them and when we do, they are happy. Everyone in China is taught English in school but it seems mainly only the school kids remember or know English. The older adults know very little or seem to rely on the school-age kids for conversation ...
... which we learned a lot about issues specific to this region. Most of the sessions were in Mandarin. Luckily, simultaneous translation was provided through headsets. It was a little more challenging to listen and understand everything while listening to two languages at once, but it was very beneficial to have the translator. I learned today that China is expected to become the number 1 market in business travel spending by early 2015. The issues about the differences in ...
... before coming with your own conclusions.
We really couldn’t go inside the Olympic sites but if from outside the view was amazing then I could imagine how beautiful it is from the inside.
If I had the chance to go back in time and I was given the opportunity to pick where to travel and who to travel with, I would pick a million times China and the china exchange members I went to, for the simple fact that I enjoyed learning about them, spending time ...
... for them to meet us.
After getting off the subway, we walked about fifteen minutes to where the show was. It was so nice inside. The show itself was cool with the martial arts and dancing. The plot was a boy becoming a man while learning that one can never have complete control over life.
Following the show, my friends and I took pictures with performers.
Then back to the subway. We made it back to the campus safely.
Sadly, I have no pictures to upload as my camera was stolen on the subway last week and I've yet to replace it. Pretty unfortunate, as it has snowed in Beijing, and I've seen quite a few things in the meantime. I'll try to get some pictures off of other people ...