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... the top of buildings just disappear into the smog. I saw a construction crane last night and it's cargo looked like it was floating in mid air, you couldn't see the top of the crane. There's also no hopes of doing cardio here in this weather, every mile probably shaves off a few months off your lifespan. They have got to do something about this...
Peace and *cough*,
... the 130 million bikes sold every year around the globe. According to the Earth Policy Institute, 90% of the bikes purchased in the US are made in China. Chinese use bicycles to transport everything – produce, building supplies, animals, furniture, appliances, trash, books, …
The transportation systems have a logical hierarchy – trains, trucks, vans, motorbikes, tricycles, bicycles, humans. It's not uncommon for ...
I wish that I could ditch academia for something creative.
When I returned to my dorm, I ran into Olivia and Eric, who invited me to go see a blues music event at the Bookworm in Sanlitun. I joined them.
We first ate at Annie's, an Italian restaurant. The food was actually good. I drank some white wine.
Later, we walked to the Bookworm. The music event was actually starting later. So, I browsed though the books ...
Today we went to tian'anmen square, the forbidden city, a Chinese doctor, a pearl market and the summer palace. Out of all of these places my favourite was the forbidden city. It was huge. According to the tour guide, common people have not been allowed to visit the forbidden city until recently. During all of the dynasties, anyone who entered ...
... test the route, so we're ready for the event on the 15th December.
Sadly we didn't watch the Grand Prix final that night, as it was on very late here, reading the report the next day was gripping enough, wow what an exciting race.... and JB won, very happy!!! It would certainly have been worth staying up for.
A normal week full of squash & bowling for Andy, now 2nd in the bowling league, a beer in Paddy's after work Weds, then on Thursday I met my ...