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... dropped off my things at my dorm. Then I decided to take the subway by myself. The night before, Mohini told me that I needed to quit being scared of Beijing. She made it clear that the city is safe. So, I went on the subway line and got off at the first stop. Completely random so I can explore the city.
When first exiting the stop, I walked straight to just see my surrounding. At first, it was just huge orange buildings until I saw a dirt path to a canal. Walking around ...
... from Calcutta India and Denise and me.
This morning we boarded our bus that transported us to The Forbidden City where several of China's Emperors lived with their concubines and eunichs. The buildings were typical Oriental architecture and displayed in great scale.
The painted beams and sculpted ceilings compliment ceramic ...
... swallow... I think I got 4 pieces in before I told Darren I didn't think I could finish it. The meat lacked that stringy texture - it was like sausage meat but really strong in flavour. I called the waiter over and took out my picture book again, pointing to my meal and then to a picture of a sausage. "No, no" he said and pointed with certainty to the picture of the pig and then his own side, just below the ribs. Mmmm... pig's liver... I'll have the ...
... been to last week. This time was different, though, because it wasn't raining, so many people were just sitting on the pavement. And since we had a tour guide, we learned a little more about the square, like Mao's Mausoleum really didn't hold the actual body of Chairman Mao but a fake, wax like version.
From there we went to the Forbidden City. This time, we got to go all the way inside. I had no idea it was so big. Our tour guide was very ...
... see us, like they didn't even know these types of people existed. I'm saddened by the disgusted looks we sometimes get. It's different here. Oh well.
Hahahaha #Childlabor was primarily a joke..although I'm assuming he can't afford preschool/kindergarten as it is very pricey here (and a HUGE DEAL. OUTRAGEOUS. Can't go there tonight..I will explode. Just think. school from 7-5pm, then extra after school study sessions till late. PRE SCHOOL and KINDERGARTEN. ...
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