Green Park Hotel Beijing
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... will see. We will spend four nights on this cruise before we are then flown to Shanghai so we will try to catch-up with you in Shanghai if we cannot get Internet access while on our river cruise. We have been told by our tour guide that the best part of our tour is the next 8 days and Beijing is the "toughest" part but we have loved our time here in Beijing. We have experienced so much here that it is impossible to write about it all. It has been ...
... a few hours off before our dinner meeting. Ana, Brian, and I spent our free time swimming in China World's amazing infinity pool. It was a lot of fun and good to exercise after all of the eating we did at lunch!
After our break, we got ready for a nice dinner with China Southern. We met with Jilly Huang, Account Manager, Wu Tang, Vice Director, and Yao Jie, Account Manager. It was nice to learn about the ...
... semester. I still talk with Sara, Karena, Mohini, Stephanie, Bethany, and a bunch of other people. Even this semester, I have met other great people, who invited me to visit them. Recently, my pal Emi had to leave Beijing, but I am excited to visit her in Chicago!
Meeting kind-heart Chinese people has been great too! My first semester, I became friends with most of the Chinese roommates, especially Terry Lu and Omar who were so nice ...
... boiled first.
2. Food is safe depending on our how our bodies handle it.
3. If an American guy chooses to date a Chinese girl, he needs to understand that the girl will take it seriously.
4. China is strict on drugs.
Then we had time a two hours lunch break. I met Olivia and Mohini today. They wanted to see the Olympics Green during the break. i agreed to come. We walked off campus to find the nearby subway line. Drivers did ...
... re Americans, because look around. They've got to be used to us by now."
I glanced around the restaurant and saw what he meant: of the couple dozen or so table spaced about the open hall, maybe only two thirds were occupied by Chinese patrons. The rest were filled with an assortment of foreigners, most of whom didn't seem to be able to speak a word of Chinese to save their lives. One particular American kept loudly repeating his order in ...