Travel Blogs from Beijing
... even though Joyce and I were watching. We still can’t figure out how he did it, but we had to appreciate how it was done with such skill.
Addendum: the next day at different section of the Great Wall from yesterday, I found a stall selling the identical dragon minus a box. This time I was determined to buy it, and got it for $10. So the dragon ended up costing me $11 and I was able to box it up for convenient transport in my ...
... Theatre is about the collective experience no matter how big or small the role is and every one us from the five year old munchkin to their aging mayor, has hopefully made a contribution. By the time we put this often farcical Wizard to bed, the performance has become cohesive and often seamless. My one memorable scene is the pie scene, messy and chaotic as it often appears, and my on stage partner, a Canadian teacher Nicole, and I have learned to work together as a ...
... so packed that we couldn't move the whole 2 hour journey to the Wall. By the way, the spot of the Wall we went to is a little less touristy. It's called Mutianyu. Back to the subject, we arrived, bought our tickets, which were about 45 RMB, and started climbing. There was really pretty scenery on the way.
On a funny note, of course everyone here thinks Joshua is Chinese. ...
... my Concubine". A ver tragic opera with many falsettos and dances. Great show.
The next day we went to the Great Wall. I never thought that seeing in person it was going to be as powerful as it was? It's spectacular! One of my dreams fulfilled!
They took us to the portion that they take the VIPs. The climb was not as strenuous as what I thought it would be. The wind was hauling and it felt very ...
... with the mother have been kept at a minimum. My little brother speaks English very well. He's been studying it for 8 years now. He is currently preparing for his college entrance exam (gaokao). This is like the SAT on steroids. People's futures are destroyed by this thing. imagine taking the ACT or SAT one time and having that determine wether or not you get to go to college or work in ...
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