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... squat toilet though. We headed back up to the others, and then walked down towards the bus. We started running at the end, as we realised that we were actually 15 minutes late. We got back to the bus, found Laura (our Team Leader), who hadn't come with us as she has asthma. She had been happily shopping at the souvenir stalls in the carpark. The others hadn't come back yet. I got my phone out and saw that Raaj had called me, so I called him back, and ...
... Now 2 hours later I’m up and Geoff is still snoozing. I feel better after drinking 2 bottles of water and eating half a packet of pringles. Hmm I think that was lunch.
Later on in the evening we decided to walk around Wangfujing Street (The main shopping street in Beijing only a few minutes walk from the Hotel). We walked around the shops for a while then decided we were hungry, so we ventured down the Food ...
... it. Most did not, or they didn’t want to admit it if they did. Even in today’s modern, far-less-restrictive China, the team of journalists wound up in the back of a squad car within 10 minutes. The next day on the way to the Great Wall, I was talking with our English-speaking guide who went to a Beijing university in what was probably the early 90s. I mentioned something about the police presence in the square the night before, and knowing what happened there ...
I just finished midterms and finally have time to update this blog. I generally did well (except for listening) despite the horrible disorganization, which I will try to explain as simply as possible:
I have 3 classes: listening and speaking, reading and writing and grammar. Sometime in early October we were told by our grammar instructor we would have a midterm Nov 13. Fine, this notice was given more than a month in advance. A few weeks ...
... reason I haven't torn the attitudes of people in Beijing to pieces with venom is because I don't believe even for a second the hateful stares they give foreigners are based on any personal beliefs or opinions they have. I strongly suspect that they're continually fed a bunch of propaganda about what *******s we all are in the developed world and about how we all want to steal their children and sell them for a big fat capitalist profit. Just like children in Cuban schools are (or at ...