Days lnn Business Place Longwan Beijing
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... masks in a variety of different colours and expressions. Masks painted, and tales told, the students were now enjoying the excitement and magic of feeling in character with their host’s culture. There was a sense of excitement and buzz during this class. Including seeing the boys in single formation, stomp like warriors gone before them. It was from all reports, a "fantastic" class and afternoon!
With one last excursion planned coming to the close of ...
... the people were throwing money into it, although a guy with microphone was screaming not to. The fun of the whole thing is that that normally you throw coins, but in China there is a bill even for 0.10 RNB so there were a lot of bills floating in the water. Karlie and Emma both ignored the guy though and hoped for good luck by throwing coins in… I found it more interesting to take a picture of the dragon hiding in the stone bellow the tourists.
Friday, we had 3 meetings. In our first meeting, we talked with American Express.
We spent the first hour trying to do a demonstration of a booking through Travel Sky, the only aerial GDS in China. The bookings for a flight could be done on Travel Sky, but hotel reservations had to be done on another GDS, which they used Amadeus. This was concerning for the travel managers because there was ...
... for that alone, we are IN!!! It’s a good deal, 20 quid for 3 courses & a glass of sparkling wine. Getting a group of us together for Christmas day at the moment, looks like 9 of us will go to a restaurant, a similar deal, 4 courses 22 quid so not too bad, plus drinks on top. The day is totally normal here, all the locals are working & if we were working for a Chinese company we would be too. The bonus is that meals are not over the top expensive, as ...
... had to pass the exam with a score of at least 60%. I passed. YAY!!! So, I didn't need to take the make-up exam the next day and I got my certificate on friday at the closing ceremony! Another thing that happened on thursday was the first of three attempts at finding a hotel. We traveled out to the northern edge of Beijing in order to find the Victory Star Inn. After walking for about 15 min. when we got off the subway, we realized that staying in this place just wouldn't be worth it. ...