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... easier for her. Like all Guangzhou natives she had had to learn Mandarin at school. Despite limited opportunities to travel in English speaking countries, her English was very good. The vast courtyards of the forbidden city swallow up even the countless groups of holidaying Chinese come to Beijing from all over China. Many are clearly peasants - coppery, wrinkled faces burnt by the sun, all in holiday mood following their tour leaders often all wearing the same design of cap to help ...
... neither btw – mambo-jumbo’ed something in Chinese and
off we went to the second floor. 15min and 3 security checks later (luggage
needs to be scanned just like on airports) we arrived at another ticket booth.
We followed the Qeue and waited for about 40min. It was kind of akward since we
couldn’t communicate. As it was almost our/my turn to buy a ticket the lady
behind us, who spoke a little bit of English, offered us to help. ...
... seemed so passé about it all, as I'm sure they are used to witnessing the event every year. But they just have absolutely no reservations, safety is not a concern. They will set up a huge lot of fireworks in small alleys right next to cars and crowds of people. It is certainly something that will stay in my memory for a long time and I'm grateful that i had the opportunity to experience it. Now I filmed about 25 mins of it, but you will have to wait until I get home if you want to see ...
... some gig like this, "Traffic? Oh will just have a looksie. Oh pants feel kinda nice and tight when I get out the car. Oh dear, this is gridlocked. I know what will save me, trusty magic horn. Lets press until all traffic problems in Beijing, a city of 20 million that sell cars at a yearly rate of over 700,000 and averages over 15,000 new car registrations a week, is relieved. SOLUTION-Kill yourself. You're the problem! Ok that'll do for now, maybe I will do a happy post next ...
Last night somewhere in Beijing, I can't exactly say where, I was eating fried cicada pupae off a wooden skew and dancing in a private karaoke room with a couple of very attractive young women in their late twenties from Harbin. I was in the tow of Gao Shan, in his late thirties, whose name literally means 'High Mountain', but who is a very vertically-challenged teacher from the provincial back blocks southeast of Beijing. I was having a ball, but our constant re-calculations of ...