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... I arrived in Beijing and opted to take a cab to the hotel as it is fairly inexpensive in China. I got to the hotel and met with my tour guide. I needed to repack and sort my stuff so by the time I finished everything it was around 16:00. My roommate and I decided to walk down to the lame that was near the hotel and grab a bit of food. Of course I had my favourite chicken dish. We got back to the hotel by 18:00 as some of us ...
... out all the different levels of the children, and matching the right lesson plans to each one. Still a few that don’t join me in my English corner, but I speak to them all the time, and they come to the English circle every day so at least they are still exposed to the language as much as possible. Most of the kids are still cute, some not so cute but I’m getting there with the discipline, perfecting 'the look’ even if they can’t understand ...
... government shutdown. So, she is forced to do other things.
I felt sorry for her, but I was happy to read that she was listening to my favorite band Marina and the Diamonds. She expressed that she missed our conversations about our differences especially work ethic. I was surprised to read that because she got fussy when I told her that I chose to relax and have fun instead of stressing about school.
It was sweet to get an email from her.
It has been an EXTREMELY long day of travel! But I am happy to say that I am safe and sound in Beijing, at Peking University, checked into my dorm! We flew on Japan Airlines and I would say it was the best airline I've ever flown on. Even with the communication barrier, the flight crew was so friendly and kind to us, and made sure we were never hungry or thirsty during our flights! The meals were a little interesting, but not terrible! ...
... Chinese characteristics while building a moderately prosperous society in all respects.”
“Over the past one hundred years and more, the Chinese people have written a magnificent epic of solidarity, struggle, self-improvement and resilience… Facing the future, one cannot help but feel the weight of mission on our shoulders. We shall closely unite around CPC central leadership with Hu Jintao as its General Secretary, hold high ...