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Before moving to Beijing 18 months ago I searched tirelessly for information in English to help my family transition. Most articles I found were older than the Olympics which were held here in 2008. In China things move at a rapid pace, but the dissemination of information in English seems to be lagging far behind.
In this blog it is my goal to post current info about various topics, places, situations, etc. I am sure my information will be seen as ...
... bien des pays visités. J'ai enfin pu obtenir mon billet de train vers Lhasa et je pars demain, un voyage de 3 jours. Je ne sais pas s'il y aura de wi-fi à bord. Sinon je vous reviendrai de Lhasa. Que mon silence ne vous inquiète pas.
Since last night, I am in Beijing, the capital of China. They had told me: don't worry all the youth speaks English in Beijing. WRONG, TOTALY WRONG SUPER TOTALY WRONG! And when you finaly meet someone who does speak English, it's ...
... perhaps the one part of Beijing that had virtually NO people that could speak English.
But we did make it, and managed to get out of the Metro at the Forbidden City - Tiananmen Square area, so took the required photos before walking to the Hotel in the night.
I should mention - the very next day, a Chinese separatist group staged a terrorist attack at almost exactly the same place as we had been standing. Three people drove a 4WD into ...
... is grace.
When you see a priest use a plastic insect splatter net to splat on a mosquito/fly on the sacred altar while mass is being conducted, you know that is China….. I mean, humor.
When you see toothless children in dirty, simple summer clothes smile and wave back at a stranger while riding their bicycles or grandpas holding their grandkids so that you can capture them ...
... Mother who was sitting next to her, sell her to potential life partners in the village? Will she ever be happy leading life as a simple village girl or will she go against the norm and move to the city to seek a different life?
Then, I saw a really strange sight where amidst single story, messy and dirty homes, 2 striking towers covered in gold color stood magnificently. It was hard not to miss it. I have reached my final destination, the Shrine of our Lady of Dong Lu.