Oriental Culture Hotel
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... see the Forbidden City. Calculating travel times in the cab (traffic in this city is worse than anywhere I’ve ever been), that left me with just over an hour. Seeing something as formidable as the Forbidden City in an hour is one thing, with a two-year-old and a stroller over rough cobblestones is another. Also consider: another ****** Beijing cab driver dropped me off at the north gate while listening to some Sunday morning drama on the radio; the only entrance is the south ...
Today, we were fortunate enough to attend ACTEs Executive Forum. There were over 60 travel professionals from Beijing and the surrounding areas in attendance. The sessions included topics about the airline industry prospective, the GDS in China, opportunies and threats of the fragmented hotel market, and localizing global travel policies for China. I really enjoyed listening to the sessions and networking with all of the professionals.
These were very interesting ...
For a country that apparently cares so much about "saving face" they seem to do a lot of fighting and quarreling in public.
My first experience happened shortly after I arrived in Beijing, and ventured off campus for the first time. Me and some new-found friends went to a Chinese fast food chain and witnessed a customer and an employee screaming at each other. The manager had to come over and physically restrain the employee, while urging her to go on break. ...
So my great adventure of Nepal and China comes to an end.....and what a great time I have had. It helps that I saw two of my best friends along the way! Beijing was fitting end to the trip, a city with so much history, such a high status in world economics and the political hotbed of the Chinese Communist Party. I have found it, on the surface at least, to be a vibrant, welcoming and extremely interesting place. The Chinese culture and traditional way of ...
I'm currently in Shenzhen and I want to know where is the best place to learn Chinese in China.
I heard about Omeida in Yangshuo near guilin, prices seems Ok according to their website.
Is there anyone who tried that school? How are teachers?
Is it as good as their website describes it? www.omeida.com.cn
Please reply soon, thank you.