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... take. I randomly selected B because I figured that getting lost would be its own fun adventure.
To my surprise, I managed to find Zhengyangmen within a minute. Turned out to be a tourist place once I quickly saw Samsung, Starbucks,and a bunch of western companies designed with the stereotypical Chinese architecture.
I just walked in and entered the different alley ways. In one alley, I saw a bunch of food and cute little shops selling ...
... and home.
On the way stopped at a small grocery to get water. On the way out, a street cleaner said, "Excuse me, may I ask you a question?" He was studying English and wished to know if he could say, "life is just a blink." was blink a verb or a noun?" He wrote the word blink down. His pronunciation was quite good. We took our picture with him. Fun interchange.
Beijing population: 14,000 million. (P.S. I think they were all out ...
... a matching wooden "fence" carved to mimic bamboo. Then, on the opposite wall, the artist painted an exact replica of the real wooden fence in the wall. So, therefore, one side actually has the wooden hallway and the other side is fake, but it looks quite realistic.
Castiglione also played a lot with perspective. The ceiling is painted with grapes hanging from a wooden canopy, and if one stands right below a specific bunch ...
... Of course the first snow is delicate and thin, a preview of forthcoming wintry attractions. But combined with rain and a howling wind, venturing outside is a daring feat.
But when it comes to joining friends for good food, snow and sleet are no hurdle for the likes of this Australian expatriate.
On the 9th floor of the Joy City mall that is opposite ...
... wireless earpiece so the tour guide
could whisper into a microphone while we were shown around. It was
indeed completely silent, which was bizarre seeing as nearly every
chair, desk, and flat surface was occupied by a student bent over a
book or laptop. Every single chair for eight floors, all silent and
immersed in whatever they were reading. This is what a Chinese
library looks like seven days a week. Following eight hours of class
(You heard me), students ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center