Jiangtai Yigong Hotel
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... was occupied by the Japanese.
- Mongolians ...
... children to school every day in our neighborhood. Dogs just walk beside their owners with no leashes and somehow are the most behaved and obedient pets in the world.
Every day is an adventure and to have someone you love to share this adventure with a gift. I will return to the USA in 6 weeks and cannot wait to see my family and friends. In the meantime, keep following my adventures!
Coming up...a week in London for a training!
... picture hangs conspicuously over the gate at the north end of the Square, and is apparently re-painted and re-hung once a year to keep it looking fresh. After all of the calamities that occurred under Mao’s oppressive leadership (including the death of tens of millions of people from starvation and “cleansing”), it is amazing that the people here still revere him, but of course, that Party works hard to ensure this.
We walk ...
Welp, after a grueling 25 hours (my second flight out of Seattle was delayed 3 hours), I've finally arrived in Beijing. I didn't mind the flight too much. It was interesting being one of the only white people. The scenario echoed every other flight I've taken but still seemed very different. I think this was the first example of what China will be like: different on the surface, but at the core, people are still people and ...
... South Railway Station. It led me to the subway path and now I was heading to Olympic Green.
What's next? It must be the National Stadium/ Bird Nest that was held for Olympic Games 2008. Some said the Bird Nest is the most complicated building to build. No wonder! The philosophy of the Olympic arena was also from the Chinese Myth. It's sun and the moon. Sun was representated by the bird nest that also glow a red-orange light and the moon was represented ...