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... big too that it rarely feels crowded. Although, February is a quieter time for Beijing due to people who work here travelling to see family for New Year.
In class the other day, as a break from Mandarin we went outside and did some Tai Chi. It was different to the Tai Chi I'd done before - the lady teaching us said it was mainly for older people. Also, we had Bella (who works with the ImmerQi team, and is Chinese) come into a lesson and teach us Mandarin ...
... museums, subway stations, and parks all scanning you, we're going to turn into mutant superheroes or something before we leave China!), we made it into the large, impressively guarded building. The ground floor was all about the history of the police force - and some impressive Communist propaganda that left us feeling slightly uneasy about the fate of some of the people in the photographs. It was fascinating to see a potted history of the ...
... doctors began diagnosing and writing scripts for traditional medicine worth hundreds of dollars. To top it off, we were then asked to "tip" the masseurs who silently waited and stared until we found money. Half of the tour went to glasses shop whilst the "rebel" group including Wendy and I wandered around a local department store looking at fabulous but slightly crazy and over the top shoes. We then went to another fancy restaurant for dinner ...
... but I really don't know for sure. I'll take it though. The humidity was very low today.
Well Sarah and I looked for Scott for nearly 30 minutes and never found him, so we went back to our room.
I read the rest of the evening until bedtime. I've been making great progress on Ric************'s autobiography. My roommate stayed up quite a bit later on her computer, but I went to sleep pretty well.
... multiple european style bridges and there was a whole section of town called Italian Style district that had a whole load of western restuarants. After a small break and a local hot chocolate, I went with some of the other interns to the local shops. Most were pretty pricey (as expected at a more touristy part) but I found a great mug for my parents as a souvenir and I didn't feel overcharged for it. After that we went to the Tainjin eye (a ...