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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... They confirmed that I had to continue western meds for one month as well as starting the Chinese - but the next two months just the Chinese. To cut a long story short, with some vital info lost in translation - we changed our order for me for the full 3 months.
It was interesting as we all filed out, lighter in pocket to an average of AU$1,000. Very few didn't buy. If Peter was sitting next to someone like Craig - one of the few who didn't buy, I doubt we would ...
... trip - we need to watch The Last Emperor when we get home as it was filmed here. So much of the building design includes lucky numbers (9 is lucky so steps come in groups of 9), dragons and other auspicious animals are depicted and at all times designs support long life for the Emperor. Once into the city properly we discovered the true reason for wearing sunglasses on a hot day in Beijing. It has little to do with keeping the sun from ...
Well I left off on Thursday. Thursday was pretty eventless except for one thing. I had two test Chinese test and one quiz for math. My day ended well on Thursday because I received a package from my mom. She sent me some of the things I forgot at home( my backpack and other important things) and surprised me with my favorite candy. I HAD CHOCOLATE COVERED GUMMY BEARS AND RAISINS!!!!! I had to carry the heavy package home but it was soo worth it. The food at home ...
... for fox's golden crunch. Nom nom nom! Yaz says: We're both dealing with runny noses and the occasional sore throat apparently due to the Beijing pollution! Not good! Hard to believe he skies were so crystal clear in 2008 for the olympics and now they are grey and hazy again. Yesterday we had a long, leisurely walk around the Summer Palace. It was actually hard work after climbing the Great Wall the day before. Seriously, my legs still feel like jelly. Not great if ...
... what a badger is.
Classes are very comparable to those in the U.S. The professors can speak English very well (my micro professor taught at Michigan the past couple of years) and they also move at the same pace. I've only found two minor differences: when class is over, every student claps for the professor and thanks him for the lecture. Also, after a micro quiz the assistant professor explained how ...
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