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Having finished 3 months of boredom and Chinese studying in Qingdao on the 23rd of December I hopped on a bullet train on Christmas eve to spend Christmas with my buds in Tianjin.
It was my first Christmas away from home but we all clubbed together and had a whale of a bloody time.
About 15 of us hired out ...
... the staff mostly without the use of an interpretator, we decided Table Football. Eventually the manager showed an secured us a room for the night.
Once we dumped our bags we began our exploration of the city.
Not far from the hostel was a wee market which seemed that every stall was selling the exact same thing. After a while exploring and receiving some interesting 'compliments' from a shopowner, we decided to make our way to ...
... into the tram. I couldn't reach the handrail, but it didn't matter since we were so wedged in that there wouldn't be anywhere to fall if I did stumble. After grabbing my bag, exchanging my dollars for yuan, and finding my driver, I was off and headed toward Tianjin. When I had originally mapped it on Bing I could see that Tianjin was only 70 miles from Beijing, so I expected an hour or so drive. I didn't count on ...
... a few eateries selling the usual 天津包. Each costs only 1RMB.
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The old shopping district was really authentic. The authorities have already preserved the ...
In Tianjin, the Italian Concession is a reminder of the colonial past of China. The seat of Italian administration over this part of the city still stands preserved. Now it's a cool place to hang out ...