Somerset Zhongguancun Beijing
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... that helps teach English to the children of migrant workers in the surrounding villages around ISB. The high school students at ISB teach the classes and it is fun to watch them plan and execute their lessons. It is also really great to watch how excited the local Chinese children are to be learning English.
Depending on the day, Casey and I usually take either a 4:30 or a 6:00 p.m. bus from school to downtown Sanlitun, where we live in Beijing. ...
... even though Joyce and I were watching. We still can’t figure out how he did it, but we had to appreciate how it was done with such skill.
Addendum: the next day at different section of the Great Wall from yesterday, I found a stall selling the identical dragon minus a box. This time I was determined to buy it, and got it for $10. So the dragon ended up costing me $11 and I was able to box it up for convenient transport in my ...
... nooks and crannies to a little alcove with a table and three bench type seats.
Then the fun started - the menu was pictorial and Chinese with no English - we managed to convey that we didn't want anything too hot or spicy - and then we chose a selection of dishes - beef, pork and chicken as well as fried rice and some vegetables. We really had no idea what was going to turn up but we could see the prices were cheap and our thinking was that ...
... stairway bottle nosed, so it became super crowded. And pushy. On the Great Wall steps that were uneven and unpredictable. We eventually made it down, and went to take a last few pictures. Before I knew it, a man had handed his baby to Scott and started taking pictures of the two of them together! Another family nearby saw this was acceptable, and handed their baby to Scott too! It was hilarious. I also got to hold one baby, and was encouraged to touch ...
... es en una sola palabra, espectacular. Todos los edificios son grandotes y bastante decorados, con muchísimo detalle. Son bien bellos y la mayoría están muy bien restaurados y mantenidos. Es increíble pensar como tan semejante complejo era para el uso exclusivo de unos cuantos nada mas. Te da una gran idea del poder que tenía el Emperador.
Luego de la Ciudad Prohibida hemos ido a Tiananmen Square, la plaza mas grande del mundo, y es GRANDOTA!! ...
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