CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport
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By the time we reach the bus, the Forbidden City is closing, and the bus is so crowded that the doors cannot close. We are pressed together so tightly that we cannot fall. When i manage to get out my camera, all eyes are on me, and i hear people laugh that 'the foreigner' wants to take a picture of the crowded bus. When i tell them i am from Holland and it is my first time in Beijing, the mood suddenly changes. People say ...
... to see the Terracotta Warriors which were constructed in the Qin Dynasty to provide the then emperor an army for his afterlife. We found it interesting to see the impressive army of soldiers but at the same time it did not quite meet our expectations.
The expedition is majorly laid out explaining the various figures and in many cases (Pit 2 for example) you need a lot of imagination to work out what once was. Also we do ...
... or desk that the entire surface was touch screen and interactive. One could put a phone on the table and display information on the table or take information from the table and transfer to the phone. Documents could be spread out and passed like actual papers. Although this was just high tech business equipment, I knew there were things that Microsoft could do with travel. We saw a video of how these advancements in technology ...
... important cultural note:
In China, things are different than in America or even most Western countries. Wow. Really? Yeah. But here, let me elaborate. Dinner. A circular table displays that everyone is on par with each other, letting conversation occur no matter what angle anyone is at. Also, dining is significantly different in that the meal is not just yours. If you order it, we all eat it together. So. First we go through this novel of a menu and order ...
China never ceases to amaze me at how many people they can cram in a small space. Today, I went to the Beijing zoo, which perhaps was not the best place to go during National Holiday. In order to keep crowd control, the subway wouldn’t stop in front of the zoo. This meant that my friends and I had to walk from the next subway back to the zoo subway station. It was quite a long walk, and there were so many ...