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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... be late. It is never okay to be late with Dean Moses. I knew that if I was late, he would make an example out of me and unleash his wrath on me.
The moment I entered the classroom building, Jean and Shari were there. They yelled at me for not answering my phone. Okay, it was my fault for not picking up since I was not paying attention to my phone. Olivia was the one to inform them where today event was.
After orientation, I helped Olivia to move more of her ...
During break, John said my name in a variety of voices. I yelled, "I will not tolerate that, John."
After class, Bethany, Rae, Karena, and I took the subway to Sanlintun. There, we wondered around because Bethany was finding a crepe place she saw before. We finally found it and decided to eat outside.
The place was Crepanini. I ordered a crepe with sausage and cheese. So yummy and I was so hungry. Then ...
... issue through
increased defense of the border, this is a case of Chinese versus
Chinese without any clear remedy. Since businesses quickly embraced
migrant labor, exploitation of migrants became a practice that no
agency or organization can directly investigate or charge.
Occasionally, migrant groups organize and protest...which the
government responds to with violence because giving migrants equal
rights would hinder the economy.
... both rob and I to shame. We finally reach the top peak of Jugshan park which gives you an amazing view of the 'forbidden city’ (it is a huge complex) and the skyscrapers behind it. As we make our way down the hill to the city we are bombarded by groups of Chinese tour groups unaware of anyone else around them pushing past us like we were invisible (in fairness Rob was wearing green and brown, possibly resembling a tree). Glad to get past them we get to ...
The last 3 days were spent in Beijing being a tourist and we did the usual things of experiencing the very easy tube, Tainamen Square and the 3 hour trek on the Great Wall.
I knew the Wall would be hard but my word, wasn't expecting the beast of steep steps up and down. But so worth it and the sense of achievement is immense....until you start the descent on the stairs - this weirdly seems to be the hardest part with shaky legs and start to feel the age!!