Jing Du Yuan Hotel
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... was called to go out for dinner, so we went outside where it was dark (only about 7pm) and bitterly, bitterly cold. While we were walking, a sign fell off from a shop, it was that windy. We went out to the PKU campus, but everything was shut although people were still in there. Apparently we are given food tokens but I wasn't given mine, so will have to chase it up tomorrow. We ended up having something to eat at QingTang Taste. I had a nice noodle and meat ...
... their own microphones and speakers and generally people letting go and having fun. It was really nice to see such unashamed joy of people (mostly in their twilight years) dancing and singing in public like there's no one watching. None of them were buskers; they were just performing for the happiness it brought to them and their audience. I think it is also because most people in Beijing live in apartments, and public parks like this one provide ...
... s history, the new Olympic village and 'Bird's Nest' stadium were layed out to continue this same axis. Extensive reconstruction and painting are being undertaken building by building with much of the work being completed to coincide with the Olympic games where Beijing obviously saw a huge surge in visitors to this landmark.
As also seen in nearby Tiananmen square, the Chinese like ...
... The price was pretty good for the duck and they prepared it in a few ways for us. We made little duck rolls out of the ingredients and had a few other sides like bok choy and fruit salad. We just had enough time to finish up and get to our hostel in time for a ride to the Liyuan Opera. The ride was a short 10-minutes ride and we had plenty of time before the show started. On stage, a musician played a traditional stringed ...
... seemed the majority of the interview was just telling me about Kansas City and what the university has to offer. After the interview they told me they would let me know their decision regarding my admission status in ten to fifteen days. I was surprised to see an email in my inbox this morning informing that I had been accepted. Some of their programs, such as the summer program in Beijing at Peking University (the most prestigious university in China) where students are ...