Beijing Shijingshan HNA Grand Hotel
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My first day in Beijing was intense to say the least. I was so exhausted from the flight that I fell asleep the moment my head hit the pillow but I was wide awake at 5 in the morning! Oh good old jet lag! ^___^ In the morning we met with one of our coordinators who brought us to take pictures for our residence permit, went to an electronics market …
Before moving to Beijing 18 months ago I searched tirelessly for information in English to help my family transition. Most articles I found were older than the Olympics which were held here in 2008. In China things move at a rapid pace, but the dissemination of information in English seems to be lagging far behind.
In this blog it is my goal to post current info about various topics, places, situations, etc. I am sure my information will be seen as ...
... reading a lot and now beginning to look forward to the open town after being stuck in the cabin most of the time.
We got changed and went to the Restaurant cart and this was arranged by one of the ladies in our carriage. It was a meal out and there were 11 of us. It was a great laugh and the food was not bad either.
Problem was we ordered last and the chef only had one pan. So ...
... ve both enjoyed Beijing. It has a lot of BTI (Big Ticket Item sights) and we've enjoyed a lot of the food. There are some things we don't like though: people hocking and spitting everywhere (including women), most people don't respect your personal space and a lot of the toilets are fairly grim. Also the number of security checks everywhere you go is completely ridiculous. Still, I suppose you can't have everything! ...
... the quality of their pronunciation? Too much pressure on my shoulders! 2-3 people from every class spoke in the final, so the age of the speakers ranged from 10-17. The topic of the speech was 'My Dream', the same topic they'd been set as their homework assignment I wrote about previously. The material covered varied from dreams of being doctors, scientists and translators to dreams of travelling the world to dreams of eliminating racial discrimination and religious ...