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... often are not taken in a conference room, but in stead at dinner eating and drinking or even at the kareokee bar singing and drinking.
Yesterday we went to the Great Wall of China and we had a hour and a half drive to get there. Benson used this opportunity to make the car into his personal chamber of torture - but I guess it was the most pleasant torture I have ever heard about. Benson spend the entire drive speaking about chinese culture ...
... people playing cards or dancing. The retirement age in China for men is 60 and women 55. Grandparents often care for their grandchildren and they usually move into their children's house to assist with all domestic matters. In China, the government does not provide childcare facilties for working parents and with the cost of living, both parents work. The mother returns to work when her baby is 5 months old. Back at the hotel now with tired feet before an hours rest, then out to ...
... definitely enough for them. They considered Chinese culture to be too invasive since they are too many. All sites were incredibly crowded which means that people step on you, punch you or push you all the time. They hardly ever understand what you want since they donīt speak English. Food is too different and the way how they consume it is different as well. I suppose that you have to come to China with a very open mind to be able to digest all different habits without getting ...
... past it. With it's recent rise you can certainly see why the Chinese believe that their natural position is at the front of international life. The next day we met up with Anzelle and did a full tourist day that comprised of the forbidden city and the summer palace. The forbidden city was where the emperors had their court and where they lived. Named the forbidden city as no commoner was allowed to enter, it was certainly not the tranquil place it had been during the last ...
... of my China tour and I just think they're all brilliant. Food for thought! Anyway, back to the blog..... We took a taxi over to the Summer Palace as we'd heard it was worth seeing and it didn't disappoint. It's a massive area with, amongst other things, a tall pagoda overlooking the huge lake. Like many of the historical sights in Beijing, it's been damaged and rebuilt again several times either due to war or just general disrepair. There was so much to ...