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... apart from drinking it, I wasn't doing anything different. We then (after lunch) made our way on foot to the Zhongguancun Model Innovation Park. It was amazing. They showed us all the awesome things that China is at the forefront in, technologically speaking. As discussed in our lecture this morning, China is moving towards designing and creating new things, rather than just producing other countries' goods. We saw these brilliant high quality TV screens, capable ...
... on the 80th floor, the highest bar in Beijing. The taxi driver was lovely as he didn't know exactly where it was but drove around for us. By then the rain had cleared and we had fabulous views from the bar area. It was OK but certainly not as nice as the bars in Shanghai overlooking the river and Bund area. We had one drink: I had a gin and tonic and Will had a Beijing Sling. Another lovely sightseeing-packed ...
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