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... of people! I was so overwhelmed! It was then I realized that all the talk about China being overpopulated was definitely true!
40 minutes later, and we made it back to our hotel! Only to shower, relax, and plan out tomorrow. Our original plan was to visit the Great Wall tomorrow... but because it is Saturday, in an overpopulated country, we decided to hold off on that fun feature lol... Time for some much needed rest!!!!!!!
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... in the U.S. Of course you have to apply yourself. You only get what you give. Tai Chi or Tai ji （太极）is a martial art form that has developed in China for centuries. It's movements are meditative, relaxing, and rhythmic. It descends from Qigong, and ancient Chinese discipline that has its roots in traditional Chinese medicine. In Chinese medicine, humans are merely miniature versions of the universe and are ...
... t stopped the racing heartbeat and the required deep breaths required to get going to complete the return journey! David and Joseph collected Greg and they made their way back to Sonja, passing a number of workers who were repairing sections of the pavement and wall. They used very primitive carrying frames (a couple of bits of bamboo and some rope for tying) to carry the heavy blocks up on their backs. In one place they had carried in a portable ...
... National Museum, right next door, which was also free admission, after you passed through all the security checks. After we had had our fill of Chinese culture we made our way home. Did I say home! Novotel!
The day was surprisingly clear - the haze had lifted and you could actually see blue sky!
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... relationships, one of the professionals spoke to me about how complex relationships can be when running a global company. She mentioned that due to unavailability of certain TMC's in certain regions, they were forced to have about 40 TMC's and had several preferred suppliers. This was a very interesting point: as strong as some relationships might be, the supplier may not be available in all parts of the world. This makes it important to have multiple ...