Beijing Scitech Hotel
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... free service to the elderly. Every week without fail when I walk past at about 9.15am the soldiers are there smiling with a radio playing music helping a large number of elderly people. It would be amazing to see that sort of thing back home. So every Sunday morning I witness the young helping the old and every evening when I leave work between 8.45 and 9pm I walk past a large group of people being led in dances. In the darkness ...
... with their grandparents. What we have also noticed is that the girls are dressed in almost party clothes till late primary then smart casual but very feminine and by mid-teens they are dressed quite elegant. There are exceptions to the rule but very rare. The boys on the other hand are more casual right through. More so when we were in Xi’an but still here, I noticed what I ...
... of it, even one with a reputation for sweeping views like Mutianyu where we toured, your perspective doesn’t change too much. 3) When your kid starts looking exhausted, almost frighteningly so, it’s time to head back down. 4) The long ride out from Beijing and relatively short amount of time we actually spent at the Great Wall were 100% worth it. 5) There’s nothing like the feeling of looking at one of the Wonders of the World with your own eyes. After a quick ...
... Asia and the legal actions behind visas. The third was a discussion about the future of corporate travel, hosted by Microsoft. I found the Chinese GDS very interesting. TravelSky is the only GDS in China. It is government owned. It was interesting to hear from Darcy, a travel manager from Houston, Texas, that their company has an issue with data and booking in China because they didn't have access to TravelSky, so they had to ...
... on the pavement or on the big open square outside a church. Music was playing and to each different song the group would all do a different formation dance. There was one large group line dancing, another smaller group street dancing, then a group ball room dancing and in the midst of it all people roller blading round cones. It was brilliant to watch lots of different groups of people all using a public space to their benefit in such a harmonious way.