Hao Tian Holiday Hotel
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... going into a meeting or a dinner with people in this region it's important that the host gets to sit in the middle of the table, so the host will be able to speak to everyone at the table. If a random guest takes that spot it would be a sign of lack of respect and it could potentially damage the long term relationship to the host. Benson also told us about the importance of relationships in this region and that a lot of important ...
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drinks but really when you got squid salad and grasshoppers on a stick
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citizenship to Canada. One small request...ok maybe a big one. We were
told by the local adoption agency to leave a duplicate original piece of
paperwork in Winnipeg as ...
... I am ready to call it time out, despite Nick's mantra, and not a false flat to be seen! One of the tour group guys, Bill remarks, that you won't be back and 13 is not that far away. Right then, off I go. (Now at Changi airport) False flat to beacon 12, then a steep rise to 13......and I am there. Luckily the crowd thins out up here, and you get to enjoy solitude for a while (solitude in china can include up to 10 other people at anyone time). Bill and Sarah arrive not long after. ...
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We totravled to Badaling to see the Great Wall. The bus was about 2 hours long because of a l ittle bit of traffic. The wall is so big and the walk is lomg however its phenomenal so there was no complaints by me. It was exciting to be able to finally see it! :)
Theres an ancient saying from Mao Zedong that He who has never been to the Great Wall is not a great man.
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