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... cemetery. All within the old walled city of Qufu. The rest of the city gave off the “remote” impression as there were no major chains (ie. restaurants or grocery stores – hence the Tesco being non-existent) and everything was run by the locals. The city itself is about 2.5hours south of Beijing practically in the middle of nowhere. Once we were through with the attractions we started heading back in the direction of ...
... Benny." I snapped, "Liar!"
Today, my professor was out. So, we had a substitute. She pushed us by asking us how to say things. Her challenging approach made me focus more and motivated me to keep mastering Chinese. Then she taught us how to use gen (with) in a sentence. Then she taught us how to say if a person is very good or bad at something.
After class, I went off to eat Korean food with Bethany. She took me to a ...
... our hotel so I didn't have to walk home by myself. I was immensely grateful for that; it's about a fifteen minute walk from the subway station to the hotel. With the combination of blistered feet, high heels, exhaustion and the somewhat questionable alley housing shirtless men at a cafe just before our hotel, I was happy to have friends walk back with me.
So. I can now say that I am a pro at using the Beijing subway having used it all by myself at night. Success!
... fit, delete me out of class) Hilary planned on joining us at the Great Wall, as did two of her Cross Fit friends - Kasey and Wendy. Kasey played college basketball at North Dakota State, and won a national championship, Hilary played soccer and lacrosse at Smith College, and Wendy rowed at a school in Washington state. Perfect. Luckily for me, I played the kid card and successfully was excused from the hard hike with Josh, Ben, Kasey and Wendy. Apparently ...
... not going to graduate high school and to plan my future
around this. If I were raised in the Chinese system, this would mean
that I would not be allowed to continue school after junior high and
would have to find work as an unskilled laborer. Back in America, I
am trying to gain admission to our graduate program for a Masters
degree. That's all I have to say about that.
If college is in your future, your
major is strongly dependent on your ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet