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... and that Lenovo was a branch of IBM. I also found out that she has a fourteen-year-old daughter who is living in Plantation Florida. They decided last year that she should be educated in American schools to give her a better future. She is currently living with a host family all on her own, and I thought I was gutsy. She intends to remain in the United States until she has completed college before returning to China. That would mean eight years of ...
... train to Xi'an. So we had a "relaxing day" starting with a walk around the former residence of a lady called Song Qing Ling, a founder member of the 1911 Revolutionary Committee and something of an idol for true communists. She was certainly a remarkable lady, however her home has been "restored" which seems to mean knocked down and rebuilt so as to look the same. It has no character whatsoever. The garden is another reason people visit, but at this time of year it ...
... with water flowing.
Following our field trip, I took the subway back with Garrett and Eric.
"I don't see you ever, Garrett." I whined.
"I am usually in my room." Garrett explained.
My schedule is so busy due to so many things.
Once we were near campus, I ate at Asian Fusion. I got the wontons there. So happy to have food.
Later, I had an evening class.
After class, Mike gave me beef jerky. It was so good.
... felt rushed and people felt a little more self-involved than other crowds I've experienced. I landed in Beijing and made my way easily to baggage claim (plenty of signs in English). After baggage claim I went to find international arrivals where Kelley and I decided to meet. We chose this location because on her arrival she noted that this section of the airport had only one 8 foot wide shoot from which people were meant to exit. When I gotto international arrivals, I ...
After buying tickets and going in we realized how Chinese architechture works; in all major complexes, none of the buildings are very big but there are tons of them all connected by corridors forming courtyards and gardens. It makes for a very nice walk when it's not too cold. We got audio guides and wandered around the huge complex, taking pictures and learning about the ancient temples. That is, until my audio guide decided to stop working, and then I ...