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... place of living but I can’t say this is really a house- its so small. This family house used to include 10 different chambers surrounding a courtyard and had been his family’s for 100 years. Now only 3 or the 8 units are occupied by family, including his 90-year-old aunt, to the left of where we are staying.
Seeing his family photos on the wall is really neat- how his grandfather and father both grew up in this location? I tried to ...
One Who Does Not Do Bad Things, Worries Not of Knocks at His Door
If roofs are the most obvious element of traditional Chinese architecture, entryways would be the most personal. There are several thousand Hutong residences in Beijing. The doors, lintels, thresholds, stoops, frames, materials and colors are remarkably similar, but like faces that have all the parts in the right places, each entry is distinct, a personality of its own.
... weren't half bad. Oh and, I learned tonight that I have no clue what I'm doing when it comes to using chopsticks. It's quite sad just how bad I am! I think I might need to go buy normal silverware sometime soon to carry with me to restaurants, because it's gonna take a lot more than just one week of practice to be able to actually use chopsticks to get food in my mouth. But hey, it's a great dieting method. And now just on Beijing in general: the pollution is ...
... the Mongolians the other side, plotting to invade and wondering how the men on the wall must of felt. It is by far the best feeling to stand on a peice of history and take it all in, every last detail. I was daydreaming on The Great Wall of China, who'd of thought! Definitely not me a year ago!
We even got to individually toboggan down the mountain side, I must admit I was a little scared this time!! But it was such good fun! By far my best day ever ...
... activities--some of the students are checking out the Silk Market, Summer Palace, and a handful of us may be heading to the hot springs! (A full report on all my adventures to follow soon.)
Living on campus is convenient, much more so than living in Wudaokou and commuting to class. Still, there are pros and cons. Right now I am living in the on-campus student dorms with other people from the CSI program. In many ways, ...