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Around 5:40 I woke up to see the sun was already up, and the rest of the train was still asleep except for Mah. We talked for a little while about me being raised on a farm, why I chose which school to go to, and other things that could help me find a concept for a solo project. Our train arrived around 8 and we rushed from escalator to escalator to make our way to the bullet train. The crush of people was overwhelming and I was surprised at ...
... a juggler who juggled with 9 balls (!), the typical Chinese acrobats with the poles, and then a huge group of women doing impressive things with diabolos, fans and bikes. I managed to sneak a few good photos and videos haha. Even though it was good I was hoping it would be better than anything I had ever seen of a similar thing because we were in Beijing but ah well. Maybe next time I will try and go to the worlds best one or something that was double the ...
... water from the tap. It's fine for brushing teeth, but we do not drink it. It is sometimes brown, usually smells a bit, and is very mineral-laden, hard water. It turns the shower brown, light-colored clothing might take on a brownish hue, and when washing dishes we get it as hot as possible. On the plus side, because it gets SUPER hot I feel like the dishes are definitely clean! I wear rubber gloves to wash and rinse. It helps my ...
Day 3 in Beijing was our visit to The Great Wall!
Badaling (simplified Chinese: 八达岭; traditional Chinese: 八達嶺; pinyin: Bādálǐng). This portion of the wall running through the site was built in 1505 during the Ming Dynasty, along with a military outpost reflecting the location's strategic importance. The ...
Yesterday, I began a bit of a routine. I wake up at 5:00, get ready until 5:45, waste time until 6:30. Then I eat breakfast and leave for school. I had no class until 10:30. During this time, the sya-ers just hung out and listened to music. It was a fun time. My first class was English. During English, we discussed our favorite genres and books. Then, It was time for free time and lunch. Lunch consisted of soup, oranges, rice, tofu, and a meat/vegetable dish. Everything I ate was ...
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