Fraternal Cooperation International
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... banks without any luck.
In the end, I did what I should have done on arrival and just went to an ATM.
After checking into the hotel, I had a walk to Tiannamen Square.
I got there just in time to see the Chinese Flag lowering ceremony.
However, unbeknown to me, the police then closed the square completely.
A bit of a ...
... subsequently got trapped between the second set of doors and had to pull my bag through, which was trapped in the outer door. I eventually squeezed through to some shocked faces, both from the guys inside and from Rose and Sergei who were left on the platform. Lei continued to tell me that the doors don't stop for people and the only way to open them is by breaking the glass and pulling a lever. He also told me that a man had recently died from being trapped in the doors. Calamity ...
... stripes. His dad was following him.
For a bit, I walked around the campus. I entered one building and was in amazed with the fabric patterns on the walls. Then I checked out a few floors.
I felt out of placed at the fashion school. Too bad that I was not actually a student there. I wished that I could have spent my second semester in Beijing at the fashion school. The Beijing Institute of ...
... the track, which he enjoyed. I enjoyed how ridiculous he looked in his helmet.
After dinner, we went out with the adults to celebrate! We had a blast barhopping in downtown Beijing! We went to a fantastic little wine bar that had just opened, and then went to a quaint bar with a reggae band playing. It was a great way to end such a life changing day!
Love from China!
Chris and Jeremy
... English. His name was Terry. It wasn’t great English, but I was so grateful for his effort. He asked for some Canadian coins to exchange, but we only had a 5 dollar bill. So we gave him that and he was really excited.
On the way back we stopped in a convenience store to buy some tissue paper (public toilets don’t have toilet paper) and explore what Chinese convenience stores are like. We try to go into stores like this in every country ...