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... room. We returned to the hotel after our time at Microsoft in order to prepare materials for the ACTE forum tomorrow. It was a big project and all of us working together made it possible to finish in record time. Our last event for the day was visiting BCD Travel. We met Karen Dong, Sales Manager, and Sophie Liu, Director of Beijing Office. Karen shared with us some of the challenges global TMCs face as they operate within the local market. She explained that in China, the expectations ...
... we never would have ventured down on our own but Michael had told us about it. We had to pick up diapers and water and Steve got a selection of chips to try. We did a little bartering today too. Some places are easier than others but we really had fun with this woman today, you get to a point where you just want to give in to them because they are so nice and funny and you've had a great ...
... conversing out the front of their enclosure with a lot of old people mingling.
Our search for the Cu Ju Bar in another Hutong was unsuccessful so we headed towards our Hotel. We must have walked another 4-5klms to try and find the Bar and on return to Hotel checked the internet again to realise we were only a couple of blocks. Anyway I could see Sue was over this walking idea for the day so I hailed a Cab and he took off towards our Hotel, driving approx. 3klms before coming ...
Today was National Day in China so we decided to head to the North of the city to see the grand Olympic Park!
The park was huge!! We headed straight for the Birds Nest stadium, where Usain Bolt introduced himself to world. Naturally we were excited about having a chance to smash the world record ourselves so into the stadium we went. It was incredible, however we could not see much of the track as they ...
... for tomorrow through Bob). Our first stop today was Tianamen Square a huge area just outside the Forbidden City famous for protests which were held there in the late 80s and is now visited by many tourists who flock to see the twice daily flag raising/lowering ceremony and also to see Chairman Mao's embalmed body in the tomb. Every Chinese person was padded down and searched before entering the square but we were allowed to walk straight through! I ...