Radisson Blu Hotel, Beijing
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<b> July 16, Thursday</b> Arrival & Check-in at Lanhui Student Dorm AA89 14:15 Welcoming Dinner <i>(Meet in the lobby of Student Dorm)</i> <b> July 17, Friday</b> 1. Campus Tour 2. Opening Ceremony 3. Placement Test <i>(8:20 am Meet in the lobby of Lanhui Student Dorm)</i> 1:30 pm Lecture: An Introduction of Chinese Culture- <i>(Main Building 302)</i> ...
... were introduced. We had the chance to see some really cool speakers and a famous acapella band called AK. One of the speakers was a lady named Keren Liu who started an NGO which is in the top 50 most successful organizations. After 5:00, we had a dinner break in which we went to a food court in a mall, and some of us had some trouble paying for our food because of the language barrier. Needless to say that's ...
... like a tour guide, but we travelled by public transport, not car or mini bus. Together we went to the Summer Palace to the north west. It is a large site established by the Empress Dowager, Cixi, in the late 19th century. The long covered walkway and buildings surround an artificial lake. Tomorrow we will go out to the Great Wall, but then go directly to the station for the first train sector to Xi'an, so I'm not sure when I'll be able to do my next ...
... a mission, we thought very wrongly that coats and shoes would be cheaper in China, that is most certainly not the case. We go into H & M because I think that must be cheap, as it's quite cheap in the UK, nope, an average coat is £50 and I'm shocked, especially when I see it is made in China!!! We also go into many other department stores and have never seen so many branded goods and they are expensive, I'm talking in the hundreds. I don't really understand, ...
... a one month's trial working period as an editor, without receiving any payment at all, . She had recently been offered a permanent job with the company, but at a non-negotiable salary that will mean she is almost living on the poverty line, given the expensive accommodation costs involved in living in Beijing. She is still looking for other alternatives.
Tomorrow we plan to visit the Summer Palace with Andy and his girlfriend, Christina.