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... Leah and I sat with the family from Charlotte. They have one of the 12 year old daughters. Joe also sat with us, and gave us some great history and tidbits about China. He grew up way up north, almost to Russia, and then moved to Beijing for college. He asked Leah what her Chinese name is. I think he's the first person who has ever asked her that. It's Ba Jing Yang, in case anyone wants to know (Ba, for ...
... bright colours of the buildings were a great contrast to the amazingly blue skies. Most unusual for Beijing! The students enjoyed making their way through the press of people catching a glimpse of the Emperor's private rooms - Jess and Sacha were the champions of this. While in this tourist precinct, we noticed that many viewed us as the tourist attraction! The students have dealt with this attention with grace and respect while ...
... and then another one in Vancouver who are adopting as well from our group. The girls were amazing on the 11 hour flight over. Personal tv work really well to keep tired kids (and a dad) entertained. 4 full movies under my belt. Hmmm should be looking for some second hand airline seats here for the girls to bring home....
Beijing is HOT and humid and smoggy. ...
... Clean and rested we set out South-east past the lively wangfujing night market and toward Jinbao street in search of DaDong roast duck restaurant (critically acclaimed and top notch on trip advisor). After a missed pass, we returned and found it tucked away on the 6th floor of a modem high end department store. Initially, we thought this to be an odd spot for a restaurant but as soon as we topped the escalator we immediately saw that this restaurant was a ...
... old people eat a peach on their birthday instead of birthday cake to live longer. There is a hill where a temple was build on one edge of the lake. However, the hill was man made. At the entrance of the Summer Palace, there is a 17 arched bridge which connects to a small island. The bridge has 17 arches because if you start counting the arches from either end, the middle arch will always be number 9. The emperor used to ride a boat from the Forbidden City to ...