Orange Hotel (Beijing Wangjing)
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... who we are convinced has a crush on me) “Do you like Lol?”, “What is the weather like in Engbang?” and “When do you move on? I hope it is not soon as I don’t want you to go”.
In the past week I have been teaching them, I have become very attached to them and their funny ways although it can be a challenge in class at times. To match their culture, Chinese students are reluctant to give away answers by volunteering as they see ...
... front clearing the way, one in the back pushing you along, carrying suitcases. Like I said, money talks here. Think Penn Station rush hour times 20- that's what it was like. And it entailed hopping over a fence.
-I went to the Great Wall of China, which was amazing. A friend living in Bejing took us out to dinner with his friends, one of whom was taking karaoke classes to impress his colleagues. If you can sing karaoke well, you've won your boss' heart apparently.
... 10,000 was reserved for the emperor). Nobody could not get in our out of it without the emperor’s permission. It is a UNESCO heritage site and it really deserves it! We toured it with an American couple and the tour guide gave us quite a good visit, told it in a simple way. She recommended us to watch The Last Emperor movie. From the Forbidden City, we especially loved the names of the Halls: Hall of the ...
So a couple of weeks ago China had its Mid-Autumn Festival celebration. Apparently this originated as a holiday for people to eat mooncakes and look at the moon. I've been afraid to try the mooncakes but I was actually able to see the moon! The moon is usually very hazy due to the pollution and seeing any stars is out of the question.
So we got a couple of days off of school and Chinese workers got a few days off, ...
... then awesome China-Kung-Fu-style!
Well, after getting my luggage I igored the big Airport Shuttle Train sign and went with the public bus, together with only Chinese people. Got out at the right Subway station, took the right subway line, had the right transfer and found my hostel without problem. A bit boring, no exciting stories about that. Unless you find a language barrier exciting.. I don't, is probably gonna happen all the time..
The culture shock was ehh, present. ...