Grand Metropark Yuantong Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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If the life of the Mongolian nomads made us think of simpler times in the past, Beijing brought us kicking and screaming into the future.
We stepped off the train and were immediately engulfed by a sea of people elbowing, pushing and spitting their way around, whilst being watched over by a barrage of neon lights and flashy adverts on TV screens attached to just about every surface possible, including on the ceiling of a mall. ...
I was really looking forward to today’s visits: Microsoft and BCD Travel. For the programme thus far, Microsoft was the first multi-national corporate visit. At Microsoft, we met with Elaine Huang, Category Manager (Greater China Region). She shed light on a multitude of challenges travelers to and within China face as policies, protocol, and expectations vary greatly. China is number two when it comes to travel spend even though the travel infrastructure in China is still in a ...
... love Beijing so much. It is just TBC that I don't care about anymore. TBC annoys me with its strict attendance policy; they make a huge fuss about a professor required to do a make up class if he cancels class. Being forced to do a makeup takes time away from me seeing things.
After I expressed all of this to my friend, he suggested that I should take a year off after my time in China. I told him that I couldn't. Studying in China for a ...
The train sauntered on, ever southwards. Knowing the signs, it was easy enough to spot how the landscape changed to ever more deserty conditions. The five of us were split in a 4+1 combination, leaving our silver aussie the odd one out. Therefore, to keep the gang reasonably intact, I split my waking hours between the two neighbouring compartments, thus getting to know a Singaporian documentary filmmaker in the process.
The border crossing took some four hours, and it was quite ...
... go through the Immigration officials who scan stuff and ask you questions. That line-up took us exactly an hour. When I got to the front, a soldier packing some serious military garb and gear sternly directed me to a place to stand and wait to be called up. The woman who took my passport and stuff asked me why I was going to Toronto and why I had so much baggage....which I had to explain that I was going home to visit my family for Christmas (durr!) and I was bringing back ...