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... was seen. There iss a competition to buy the cheapest 'Rolex'' with 10 yuan being the target.
An hour at the hotel and then out for tea - buffet style - which again proved popular. The final event of the day was a Kung Fu show. A few people fell asleep through tiredness but it was highly professional. then to bedrooms for a noisy hour whilst the staff played gooseberry when students of another school tried to join us ...
... in Beijing. We visited Tiananmen Square and stood aghast at the crowds. People just stand around looking at everyone else. There was a 2 1/2 hour line to visit Mao’s tomb. We had no intention of standing on line to see a wax figure. According to our Teaching company course, the real body was destroyed during the embalming process but they do not advertise this.
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