BIT International Education Communication Center

No.66 North Third Ring West Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100081, China | Hotel
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Rumor Has It

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... then talk smack behind my back.

That is why I am so glad that I can do my own thing in Beijing and not have to waste my time with losers. I can just take the subway and not have to deal with TBC. Thankfully, I have some true friends in the program.

I don't plan to talk to people I can not stand after this semester ends. Beside, I got way more style and personality than some people in TBC.

Getting to Know My Professor as a Person

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... focus to save my life. I skimmed my book more, but I gave up. So, I lay my head on my pillow, while Anthony was skyping his family.

Later, I knocked on Katherine's door since we had to go to a field trip for our class. To be honest, I was not looking forward to it. Originally, I planned to go to Desirae's birthday dinner and KTV event. I had no desire to spend an hour to get to my professor's university.

Thanks to Beatrice, we managed to take ...

Crazy foods central

A travel blog entry by quest_of_a_foxe


... everyone had a good laugh. After that I was super sweatie, but decided to continue on. I took the metro to the amusement park which was in trouble before for copying Disney and Hello Kitty. I got there and it was quite empty. It was $1.50 to get in (which came with a free beer), then each ride had a price. I walked around for a while and then went to the food area and got my beer and had some dinner. The food was quite good and cheap actually. I then went on a roller coaster since ...

Belugas and BigMacs in Beijing

A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip


... they spent time there when Elspeth was teaching there. I finally got to try bibimbap. (veggies on rice with a fried egg on top)

On our final day we split up again: James wanted to return to Tian’ men square to check out Mao’s mausoleum where they have his preserved body on display for Chinese nationals to pay their respects. Mum and I weren’t too keen so instead we went to the zoo to see the pandas! They were so cute, but zoos ...

Update Time! Finally..again.

A travel blog entry by hoornst3


... of accents. But in our free-time and during lunch, I was able to trade or pass on experiences to them, and hopefully be a good US representative. I was able to break a few stereotypes of Americans, and all of the Europeans broke some for me! I'm happy about it. Though of course, we are all oddities working in such a place, of course these folks will be kind and giving people. Still, awesome worldly people. Actually. End it there. That's a good way to take off. =D


This hotel, located in the 大钟寺 area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Beijing Zoo, Eight Great Temples (Badachu), and Peking University (Beijing Da Xue).
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent