Xiang Da International Hotel
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... pretty things if you had the bank balance to match. They showed us how to tell if Jade is real, real Jade has a high sound when knocked with something similar… only trouble is I’m not sure what as they used another piece of Jade. After the tour of the factory was the pressure to buy something. If they only realized that they would get more out of people if they were allowed to look in peace. Then it ...
... Opera, which is truly an acquired taste (not sure we acquired it). Characteristics include elaborate and beautiful silk costumes, dance, recitation and singing (in very high pitched voices), faces painted with elaborate designs, very stylized moves. It was interesting because when we got there, one of the actors was on stage, painting his face. Faces are intricately painted to show certain features or characteristics of the role being played. And then we ...
... then have to walk about 10 minutes to get to the Great Wall at Badaling entrance. All along this road, there are souvenir shops everywhere, and they all sell the same things! Anyway, we line up for tickets. I would say there was 12 lines with at least 40 people in each line, it, like seemingly everywhere else in Beijing, was packed.
So The Great Wall at Badaling has a south side and a north side. The south side had very few people on it, but it is very steep in ...
... bones in the dish which makes us think it was either a small bird or a frog. No idea but it tasted good. What I do know is that there were whole chillies in there and I found one!!! My face was red within seconds and my eyes watering. It nearly blew my head off, again Steve thought this was funny!! As we couldn’t work out how to order drinks we didn’t have any so I just had to make do with some plain boiled rice to try and calm my mouth down. Steve also ...
... so much has happened! Yet when I realize I am a third of a way through the quarter, with seven full weeks of study left, it feels short. Far too short. When I imagine what I would be thinking if I was only staying one semester, I begin to feel claustrophobic. One semester is not enough time, and I am glad I am staying for a full year. (DUSA, can you extend the Cherrington Scholars Program to cover more than one year? Haha.)
And with that out in the ...