Schonbrunn Hotel Beijing
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I was on the delegate list to attend a round table discussion on investment attraction for power and energy this morning. I suited up and made my way to the conference room and shook a few hands. I had earlier sent a text message to a lady I met in Hong Kong who is the chair of Austcham in Beijing saying I was in town and hoping we could catch up. About ten minutes prior to the round table officially beginning I received a text that the Austcham ...
... disrespect. The boundary is believed to keep all bad things from entering the house. The home that we were allowed to visit contained a garden in the centre. Many fruit trees had been planted within this garden and they withheld an abundance of fruit. People still lived in some of the buildings of this house and it was very interesting to learn about its history and the family that owned the land. After this experience we returned to the hotel and later went out for ...
... world, and have been for the past decade.
Tension is bound to mount when too many first generation drivers with a horn, an overrated sense of accomplishment, and a lack of regard for street hierarchy, cruise on streets already crowded with rickshaws, pedicabs, scooters, motorbikes, bicycles, strollers, wheelchairs and pedestrians. There are 5 million cars in Beijing and the other 17 million people are yelling "Bi Zui!" (Shut Up). ...
Early start, quick breakfast and off to the Great Wall of China. It was a really clear sunny day so we had great views and got some lovely photos. We climbed to number 8 Watch Tower and I was really struggling. So was everyone else though, so I didn't feel too bad. Gemma was waiting for me and once my heart settled and I caught my breath, we decided that seeing as number 8 in China is good luck and so 8 + 1 (9) is one better, we really ...
... the road, and it is full of brand name stores, all of which are empty of customers. Prices in Beijing are very high, so no bargains here. We are approached by 2 young attractive women asking us to go for a beer. I found this a little suspicious and kept walking. They followed us for a little while before leaving us. Turns out they are just trying to scam tourists out of money by taking them to a restaurant and then being give a very inflated bill. ...