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... in red wine, broccoli, shrimp, and a few other things.
There was also a show, which was composed of traditional dancers, music, singing, and a kind of dancing comedian. We had the front table, so we had the best seats in the restaurant to see the show. It was so cool and interesting to see how talented they are, and their culture. This restaurant is a famous Beijing restaurant that a lot of rich and famous people come to. American Presidents ...
... br> As I was eating, Bill had his friend Yudha, who I met before at a book exchange Bill hosted. Turned out that Yudha is from Indonesia. Yudha studied in the US for college and then decided to go to Beijing to learn Chinese. He is a graduate student at UIBE.
Yudha was telling me how hard it is for him to buy clothes in China since he is 6'4'' and skinny. I saw that he had a nice trench coat on. He said that it was Banana Republic and he let me tried it on. It ...
... or Beijing yet, so I dragged my ass out of bed. I’m glad I did, because it was a great night – I met some fantastic hostellers at Ming and was introduced to the (in)famous KAI CLUB (which I later got to know far too well), one of several gay clubs in the Sanlitun entertainment district. It’s dingy, the drinks are cheap, there’s a DJ, a lively crowd and a stripper pole – what more could one ask for?
... the best stop, the Great Wall of China. Wow! You could see it from every direction. Amber ( our guide) told us to pick left or right. Left was very steep,really right was too, but we chose that one. Meigan and Grace chose the left. Pam, Geri, Lori, Mollie, Bella, Sofi and I all went right. By the time we got to the first tower, we were down to the girls and I. Sofi was amazing! She would run ahead then run back down and go back up again! She will sleep well tonight! ...
... this has all been bananas! The day has been starting at 8.30a and ending roughly around 5.30p with an hour lunch break.
It has been one week since all of us have arrived and already people have made friends with colleagues that they've just met. The way things are moving around here is pretty insane, but awesome, I must say. Out of 150 ...
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