Orange Hotel (Beijing Wangjing)
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... paintings. It was such a one of a kind experience. We then took our bus to the CCCWA building. This is the agency my aunt adopted my cousins through. We got to see where the employees work that do all of the paperwork for adoptions. We learned that China did not start doing electronic paperwork until 2008! They were handwriting everything before that! While we were there, the girls got to have a little culture class where they learned basic calligraphy and paper cutting. They had ...
... believe how each building had only one specific purpose. For instance, maybe as a study, or living room, or where the daughters wedding ceremony would be, or servants living quarters. Almost everything the Emperor would do had a certain room or building. And the red with yellow and gold coloring was only for the Emperor, regular people could not have those colors on their homes or anywhere. There was a lot more gold detail on the buildings but ...
... make the most of limited space - and when the land runs out they just go up into the endless sky. And up and up they go as the buildings seemed to touch the sky.
We started out on our walking adventure right after breakfast and our plan was to go to Tianamen Square. We got a map from the concierge and started walking - it turned out in the ...
... as in the seat cars. There aren’t people standing around filling up the aisle or entrance way. It’s not as noisy (usually) and the bathrooms tend to be a bit cleaner.
I arrived in Beijing a bit after noon and I thought that I’d have an easy time of getting
to my hotel, L'hotel du Palais Rouge (Lama Temple) , by taking the metro lines. Wrong.
Apparently my map of the ...
... more are altogether more strange...
First are the t-shirts with very grand sounding phrases like "Only you can succeed using the power of one" or "You have awesome strength to fulfil your destiny". Others are just 'Ingrish' - a load of english words that mean nothing in english, but are probably just a poor translation of a chinese phrase (see photo)
The next thing is the blatant fakes. I was gutted for the poor young kid who was walking around with an ...