Beijing Tibet Hotel
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Today, we are set for our first formal visits to potential partners. This was at the Chinese Society of Technical and Vocational Education in Beijing. To go there, we have been able to see how Beijing is a big city.
Partnerships were signed with EMSB, and the traditional exchange of gifts occurred. This is a long-standing tradition, and is expected after every meeting.
We were invited to lunch at a local restaurant by ...
Most Monday's after class, I normally meet my roommate for dinner at a place called the yellow restaurant. The name is quite original as the outside of he restaurant is yellow and are unsure of the meaning of the Chinese characters. Today was quite a day as in my class with my five year olds, we were practicing the phrase throw the ball. In order to help them remember, I had them throw a ball back and forth to each other. During one of the turns, one of my students ...
... 3 gorgeous tops. We went back to the cathedral, which was beautiful. We then got a taxi back to the Confucius Temple area. We walked down the Hutong area, past the bag shop where we bought the leather bags before, and ended up at the rooftop garden of Wiggly Jiggly where we had a cocktail and beers and fish and chip supper. Lovely few ...
... inside a square.
The last day was spent looking round the national museum of China, Tian'anmen Square and my first attempt to see the pickled remains of Mao. Unfortunately we'd hit on the wrong opening times so I went back yesterday morning instead. Obviously there is some higher power bent on thwarting me seeing him (Him?) as you're not allowed bags in there and there's no left luggage place. Never mind, it just means I'll have to come back to ...
... It's about 6000 miles long; that's a lot of people. Sam and Lily Rose enjoyed imagining the soldiers living on the ramparts and were intrigued when we pointed out the entrances on one side of the wall and not the other. Why? Of course to allow the Chinese to come and go into and out of their own country but keep the enemy out! While we were walking, Fan said he thought I was a very patient mother. In China, he said, when the ...