Doubletree by Hilton Beijing
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Cloudy, 40% chance of rain 17-28 degrees
Good news no rain today. We started our journey today with a Tai Chi class with a Tai Chi Master in the grounds of the Temple of Heaven. The temple is so beautiful and the purpose is to worship heaven the blue colour and earth the green colour. I really love the doors …
... to get there, which was tiring. The markets have upgraded since the last time I went; gone are the curtains to separate the stalls, now there are glass panels and professional signs at each door. As expected, however, the prices have also gone up, but you can still haggle to get a bargain.
Tomorrow I start my placement tests, and the real work begins. I'm really eager to meet my classmates and to see what is expected of me academically this ...
... though because after about 500 metres a girl on the slope was going so slowly that she held up everyone behind her. At a snail's pace our queue of about ten people ended up at the bottom... it was quite funny though (for me, all the boys complained about not being able to finish their races down :) )
A Chinese saying states: "You are not a hero unless you climb on the Great Wall". So that has established then what I can ...
... It was about a 45 minute ride the factory. In route, Jeff pointed out some of the city’s historical and current landmarks and we discussed the education system of China. Very interesting and quite easy to see how they might surpass us in the next 10 years if we continue to do what appears to be ignoring our education system! Once at the Cloisonne Factory, we were given a guided tour of the seven-step process used to turn a rough, ...
... that its very majestic and grand. However, when I was really there to experience the sight, I thought its a bit 'flat' and the majestic feel seemed to be drowned by the crowds - mainly Chinese from the other parts of China - who were so 'uncivilized' that it greatly marred the entire ambience!
Due to the large crowds, my friend & I were lost at "Tai He Dian" (太合殿). We panicked but called the CTC Main office in Singapore to get them to ...