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... classes as we study articles and research topics that deal with the vital relationship between the two growing powerhouses of the world. There are many different fields to take into account such as politics, economics, culture, humanity, and environment. We studied an article about students' opinions from the USA and China about each other and I found that Chinese students favor the USA more than we (as students form the USA) favor China and ...
... It's an underground restaurant area with about 10 places to eat and some of them look really good and mostly familiar. Laters for potaters....and chicken and rice and tingses And then 30 seconds from our destination we realise that we forgot our passports....arrrrrghhhh muppets! Normally we domt need them but for a couple of these ones we do. Trek back across square, death defying roads and hotel lobby, get stuff, trek back, attempt to join security check queue. DO NOT ...
At the center of Beijing, this complex of ancient buildings is the largest and most complete in all of China. If you want to see it all, it would, in my opinion, take more than one day. However, most of what exists is just the buildings and some gardens. If you only have a limited time, I would plan ahead on what things you want to see and make a route.
I think it's interesting that some people who lived within this walled city never went outside those walls.
... We got advice from our hostel on how to get there, as well as online, and neither were correct. This therefore lost us time so here's the best way:
1) Take the subway, Line 2, from 'Qienmen' (or the subway stop that you are staying closest to) to 'Ji Shui Tan' station This will cost 2 yuen per person one-way.
2) Leave the station from Exit B, cross over the busy highway and walk approximately 300m right to Deshengmen Bus Station
3) Take bus ...
... us what she paid while Vinh and I purchased our own scorpion skewer to eat. The scorpions were OK. They tasted like oily twigs.
Vinh’s mum was understandably disgusted at the thought of eating scorpions but she did enjoy browsing the shelves piled with bronze sculptures, and other souvenirs that lined an offshoot of the main ally way. Even soaking in the atmosphere was fantastic. The crowed bustled under the red lanterns and neon lights white exotic ...
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