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... nationalities and interests, but somehow we mixed beautifully. Honestly it was the most amazing experience of my life... Perhaps after the night in the desert at Dunhuang! I would definitely recommend them to anyone and everyone - North Korea isn't as scary as you might think and it is well worth a visit if you are even vaguely interested! Anyway, the train is now pulling into Beijing station, a good time for me to stop! Look forward to seeing everybody very ...
... I spent a good hour and a half in the government complex. After that I went to the Confucius Temple, which was also a huge complex with a bunch of buildings. I didn't have as much time to spend there as I would have liked, but I did get to see the oldest building in Pingyao, inside of which were a bunch of altars with larger than life figures of various Confucian sages(?). Super cool but no photos allowed so I can't show you. Headed back to my hotel and got a cab to ...
We bought top of the range masks in the Shanghai airport in preparation for the pollution in Beijing, so we were disappointed when we arrived to blue skies! The day before, the Air Quality Index was deemed incredibly dangerous by the US government. We did not have the best start to Beijing. We had booked a room using AirBnB, to get to stay with locals. We had directions on how to get to the person's flat, but when we got there, there were lots of flats in the complex and of course, not ...
... America while continually talking about the selfishness of China... I was rather confused! The second professor spent an hour and 15 minutes on Chinese history alone, and only made it through 1/2 of his presentation in his 3 hours. The word most commonly used to describe it? Brutal....
The highlight of the day (thus far, its 7pm here) was the campus tour. 3 very nice PhD students from Tsinghua took us around the campus. While the tour was long (about 2 hours) I got to see ...
... offered at 50 CNY ($7.70) per shirt. Then the tooing and frowing started. But I noticed Jason never upped his bid, Moon just kept reducing her price. Eventually it was still too high so we proceeded to do ‘the walk off’. To which Moon and her assistants grabbed Jason by both arms and held him so he wouldn’t leave. He broke free and even as we were leaving they yelled out lower prices. The final amount was 60 CNY ($9.20) per shirt. We ...
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