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... is situated very high, which made building it a big challenge. We were very lucky with the weather, we only had sun in Bejing, and on the cause of the APAC meeting (can be compared to our nuclear meeting in The Hague last year), citizens with particular numberplates (even and odd numbers) could not drive on the same day, which led to very few smoq in the city centre. Besides, during the stay in Bejing I have been told that Obama was participating the meeting as well,
... island game, students were answering with some pretty interesting answers as per usually, some of the items they said they would bring with them were, fireworks, a magic wand, Doraemon... And then someone called out "Bear Grylls!" It seems that Bear Grylls is very popular in China along with One Direction, Taylor Swift and Sherlock.... Pretty interesting mix if you ask me, also one of ...
... Terry rushed to his bus. I walked back to my dorm.
The moment I got to my room, I turned on my computer. A minute later, Karena skyped me!
So happy to talk with Karena! It sucked that she was not here in Beijing this semester. Missed her so much.
As we were talking, I was laying in bed. I had my blanket over me. Karena laughed and took a picture of me.
No matter the distance, Karena and I always show our support and ...
... The GPS-oriented automatic audioguide helps explain the history and symbolism of the place, and is well worth the extra money. A word to the wise, though: Try going when it's reasonably cool and little to no risk of rain if you want to see anything and keep your eyes from being poked out. If I disliked umbrellas before, I now hate them with every atom of my body. Asians seem to think that they have the right to obstruct other's views and gouge out everyone's eyes as soon as ...
... in law. They'd fit right in. I felt like a Mainer. Very duddy. Maybe that was just night life in the middle of their biggest city.
We saw Tiananmen Square and some important bldgs. We walked in the fussganger shopping area. Familiar stores with expensive stuff, nice restaurants mixed in with KFC, etc. We were wearing thin. Hard to figure out, but I think we had been up for 24 hours at this point. So we ate at a ...