Hepingli Hotel (Xinghua Road)
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... to push harder to make it.
For lunch, I ate at **** over Rice with Natasha and the Chinese roommate Sally. It was so nice to see Sally again. Sally was telling me about her former roommate Caroline still reading my blog.
As we were eating, a bunch of people from TBC were entering the restaurant. **** over Rice is basically the cafeteria for TBC. So many of them in groups in one spot.
Natasha, Sally, and I walked around the ...
... at this point so made my way to a famous food street... Wangfujing. Now this street reminds me of a christmas market... small market stalls all selling different types of foods that you know are bad for you. At home it'd be heart attack inducing hot chocolates- that kinda bad. Here its the E Coli, Salmonella kind of bad I was wary of. Despite my experiences in Qiabao, I thought Beijing is more touristy so it'll be the place I should try stuff and indeed, it was. The two Mexican ...
I received this email this morning:
The Embassy would like to notify you that the Beijing Embassy air monitor Air Quality Index (AQI) readings have averaged over 300 in the 24-hour period beginning at 8:00 pm on October 4, and were over 400 overnight.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommendations, AQI levels above 301 are considered hazardous. The EPA recommends that, at AQI levels above 301, everyone should avoid all ...
... members are snoring already. The time in the school was something special and it was a sad time when we said goodbye to our buddies yesterday afternoon after the concert and the dumpling making, and of course eating. I was greatly moved when I walked into the dining room and saw families from both schools sitting together, laughing, chatting and making some magnificent dumplings. I hope that we have made lifetime friendships. When we thought of this idea we wanted ...
... the hotel location is not where the map put it. It is close, but on the other side of the moat and a big road.
The last Chinese person we met who helped us get here asked if we wanted to go for beers. We insisted that we needed to change and get cleaned up, but maybe later. (Culturally, I think "maybe later" means polite "no".) Eventually, we agreed to meet her in an hour. I was thinking that it might be nice to have a tour ...
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