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... day having seen the Temple of Heaven and the Forbidden City we were getting pretty saturated, seeing the same traditional style of architecture on repeat. Tianemen Square offered a break from this repetition but we found it to actually be quite empty (if you ignored the 400 CCTV cameras) - despite having to que for about 40 minutes to get past security. Meanwhile the great wall was stunning - even if we did end up on a slightly ...
... room. We returned to the hotel after our time at Microsoft in order to prepare materials for the ACTE forum tomorrow. It was a big project and all of us working together made it possible to finish in record time. Our last event for the day was visiting BCD Travel. We met Karen Dong, Sales Manager, and Sophie Liu, Director of Beijing Office. Karen shared with us some of the challenges global TMCs face as they operate within the local market. She explained that in China, the expectations ...
... Chinese class.
Before class started, Jean was screaming about not having class next Monday. I turned and asked, "Why?"
Jean answered that it was the Tomb Sweeping Holiday next Monday. The minute my professor walked in the door, I yelled, "Do we have class next Monday?" She said no.
For class, instead of a typical dictation, it was a competition of boy versus girl. Jean and Natasha went up to the board and they ...
... 1,5 metres up, and the entire wheelbase changed to fit the Chinese standards. Eventually, though, all 18 wagons had brand new wheels, and on we rolled, into China.
At 14:00 we rolled into Beijing central station, to be greeted by our local Chinese guide, who had taken the western name Claire. Backpacks sticking out everywhere, we annoyed the locals by taking a more than crowded metro through the bustling city. With just about a day and a half to explore the Chinese capitol, we ...
... taken out separately and put into separate bins. They even took out the plastic container of Indonesian cookies my student had given me for Christmas and emptied it into the bottom of my backpack.
I'm watching all of my stuff be searched and scanned while I am standing on a pedestal as a woman is using a metal detector and putting her hand EVERYWHERE. They did this to everyone. Kids, old people...everyone. Once I was finished, I didn't want to take too much time in ...