Beijing Sentury Apartment Hotel
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... led by a man who is always wearing a pair of white trousers and has some sort of stall with a light attached that blasts out music. I'm not sure how long they stand out there or how they know all of the moves but there is normally at least 40 or so people. All of these quirky things make me smile and overpower the sometimes less than healthy aspects of life in Beijing. Sure some days we have pollution levels so high that you ...
... men carrying their girlfriend’s/wives handbags. As some were quite pretty, then I realised that the bags were theirs.
We went into the food court at a shopping centre for a late lunch. We went to order from one place and got told in broken English, that we need a card. Geoff and I looked at each other, having no idea what he was on about. The man said come, so we did, ...
... at The Conrad in Beijing, we headed out to the Temple of Heaven, which is actually a large park and complex containing many temples, altars, and halls. Even more than the Great Wall, perhaps, it was the one site in Beijing I was most looking forward to seeing because of its stunning Ming architecture. Many of the structures were built around the year 1420, with some reconstruction and rebuilding along the way. They were essentially divine sites where the emperor would visit to ...
... reports. This leads to missing data and a lack of some needed reports. TravelSky is making some changes to fix issues, but this still may not solve problems for companies outside of China. I also enjoyed the talk about Visa challenges. As China recently changed Visa policies to crack down on people overstaying, this has made it more challenging for corporates to get business visas. There is also a new class for Talent Visas. ...
... hadn't. Almost instantly I found a note from a friend to say that an old and much-loved workmate of mine from back in the UK had lost a long and hard-fought battle with cancer. The glares and scams and moronic censorship of China suddenly faded significantly in importance. It was a thoroughly **** ending to a **** week.
RIP, Duncan. It would have been great to have sat down with you when I get back and told you a funny story about the time I got scammed in China, but it's not to be. I'll see ya, buddy.