West International Trade Hotel
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The AQM team have spent the week at RDFZ, Beijing, doing lesson observations on all the teachers. This centre sits independently outside of Dipont and we only come up once a year to do all the lesson observations on the A Level, IB and AP teachers across all subjects at the same time.
Will and I had decided before we came to Beijing that we would enjoy a couple of early Christmas ...
... Chinese and the waitresses were dressed in the garb worn during the time of the Manchu Dynasty. We were handed the menu, which was a bound book of at least fifty pages. Deciding what to order has never been my strong suit, paired with limitless options of Chinese food listed primarily in Mandarin – the likelihood of ordering within the next year wasn’t high. Thankfully, Benson had us covered as he ...
... the case just to be there was fantastic. Although confusing to our guide.
We had her drop us off at the Pearl Market so we could get some dinner. You would think that it was just for pearls but you would be mistaken. I am glad I didn't find this the first day. I would have spent alot more and needed another suitcase. They had everything from socks to ipads and everything in between. You can bargain for everything!!! I was looking at ...
... around, resting for a moment. Even from thirty feet away I could see the sweat pouring down his face (though my own eyes were beginning to burn from my own salty sweat). A few agonizing moments later I'd caught up.
"What...do..you say... about...calling it .... a tie?" he asked through giant breaths, voiced ragged with effort.
I heaved as I nodded quickly. "I....like that ...idea." I broke out a water bottle and took a long drink.
... you even just so you can point to the Chinese translation when you are asking for directions. Unfortunately it was a “no dice grandma” moment for us as the Chinese government has banned guide books that describe the regime in a less than positive light. You are even supposed to declare having such a guidebook on you when you come into the country through customs. They have the right to fine you, confiscate the book or refuse you entry into the country! We managed to find ...