Park Plaza Beijing West
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... Beijing, which show scenes of China, the China Sea, and Beijing. Across the street we see the large building which houses the National Museum of China. To the north we see the Gate of Heavenly Peace, which separates the Square from the Forbidden City. On its outer façade hangs a giant portrait of Mao. In front of the gate sit risers for VIPs, who can watch military parades (usually involving 10,000 soldiers) and inaugurations in comfort. Hundreds ...
... of human endurance and enginuity. I haven't seen the pyramids, but this thing is 8000km long I was told today (including natural defenses) Unreal! The photos I could take just can't do it justice, the smog didn't help either. Merin and I took a chair lift back down and again I think there is still pucker marks on the chair and marks in the handle bars where I was hanging on..... After the wall we returned to the hotel for ...
... Duck near Tsinghua University (I'm sorry, I can't remember the restaurant name). Before the main dish, we were served various cold dishes that consisted of duck feet, artichoke, and seaweed among other delicacies. The duck foot was served cold and had a gelatinous texture and tasted like a turkey deli slice. I wasn't crazy about it but I snapped a picture (with bite marks) to prove I had tried it. As expected, the Peking duck was very delicious and the fatty skin (my ...
... that actually walked around to refill our mugs instead of just taking it away when it is empty.
Believe the rumors about Beijing. It is a HUGE city. The subway, while cheap and helpful, can never really take you where you need to go. There are so many people in the city!! There were even more this weekend because of the holiday. There were so many people at the Forbidden City that we didn't even finish going through it. Believe the pollution as well. All ...
... the president of the university, the CTLC program director, the Shenzhen Education Minister, the TEFL teachers and the coordinators were introduced. Then, our TEFL class went from 10 am to 4 pm with an hour for lunch. We found out during our TEFL class that we were to teach the next day. Needless to say, we were all somewhat dumbfounded.
(The way this training worked was that we were "language ...
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