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... showered, and then laid down again for a bit. Then, I woke up mid afternoon, walked to a fruit stand on campus to get some pineapple and oranges, and then came back to the hotel. I turned on the tv for the first time, and starting watching a Chinese soap opera out of boredom. It was really entertaining, even though I had no idea what they were saying. Then my roommate came in and was laughing at me for watching it, and she got ...
... Matthew, and Miguel. Then Alex and Brady came in. I told Katherine about a Jesuit named Father Guyer at my college, who spoke with a monotone voice, but had a sarcastic attitude. I loved that man. Too bad he retired.
Then, I went to the basement lounge, where Nan was there too. As I was doing my homework, I realized that I was missing a page. I had to asked Beatrice to borrow her book.
Now, I am off doing some papers.
... have struck a chord with other passengers, as another man sitting beside me started trying to sell me a camel ride for the time I would be waiting to change trains in Wuwei. I explained that I would be in Wuwei with my massive backpack in between the hours of 8pm and 3:45am and therefore a camel ride was not feasible, not to mention the fact that a camel ride at midnight with a total stranger for ¥60/£6 was one of the least kosher things ...
... a Passover Seder in Beijing. It's not easy being Jewish or having any religious affiliations here since western religions are tolerated but not practiced per se. Christians congregate in giant halls and for the small Jewish population, there is an orthodox community here ...
... and also the night market! I have never seen so many Chinese people in my life, it's so difficult to tell who the locals and who the tourists are! Forbidden city was fantastic, really reminded me of mulan where the emperor addressed the nation, looks just like that. It was just so big and had so much grounds to cover! Much larger space than buck house! The heavenly temple area was so peaceful, the park was just lovely. I remember it ...
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