Orange Hotel (Beijing Jinsong Bridge East)
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Depuis hier soir je suis à Beijing, la capitale de la Chine. On m'avait dit: T'en fais pas les jeunes parlent anglais. C'EST FAUX, ARCHI FAUX, TOTALEMENT FAUx!et quand on arrive à trouver quelqu'un qui parle anglais, c'est A LEEETLE. Les menus sont en chinois, les affiches sont en chinois, rarement avec traduction. Alors je me sens complètement perdu.en plus, comme dans toutes les métropoles,les gens ne sont pas particulièrement chaleureux...mais ils sont plus disciplinés ...
After a brief evening thunderstorm and a windy night, we awoke to beautiful clear skies. A relaxed 10 o'clock start today, commencing with a visit to the Temple of Heaven. After that we had a rickshaw ride around the Hutong old town which included an interesting visit to a local family for green tea and a conversation about their family and it's history. We then had a two-hour wait at the airport for our flight ...
... showed up in the lobby. We waited for Shari. Louis showed up with his girlfriend. His girlfriend was so tall and pretty. I assumed that she was European until I found out that she was American.
When Shari arrived, we left for the subway.
When Shari and I exited out of the dorm, a Chinese woman asked Shari, "We are hiring English teachers. We are paying one-hundred fifty per hour."
Shari said no. "They love blondes." She told me.
... train. There were no sleeper bed options available, only seats. I figured they were individual seats that reclined like airline seats as the manager confirmed and I'd taken plenty of red eye flights before, so it'd be just fine. That night a different staff member told me when to leave and how to get to the train station. It sounded "easy enough" which I forgot always spelled trouble. I was told to take the bus to the very last stop which is where the train station is. ...
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3. The Tibetans, or Zang, have a population of 2.2 million and live in the Tibet Autonomous Region and Qinghai Province.
4. The Hui, or Muslims, is a religious group of more than 4 million that occupies the Ningxia Huizu Autonomous Region.
5. The Zhuang (42 million) occupy the Guangxi Zhangzu Autonomous Region.
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