Beijing Yanshan Hotel
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... book of records and there is a rather out of place sign up to say that, complete with signature from Norris McWhirter.
We hopped back on the metro to go and see the Olympic Park. (Can you guess who wanted to see that?)
... t been taken seriously by others and are forced into choosing a path that isn't what they truly desire but what their parents decide is the best for them to have a stable life knowing that in their hearts, they want to do something else that will make them happier. My heart breaks for the students who I know the system that I work in doesn't fulfill their needs to the fullest and that exams are not always the best assessment of ...
... I know we most likely, unknowingly, breeched many of these rules so I'm not saying this whole spitting thing is wrong. It's just different and takes some getting used to.
Besides Beijing bringing back an unpleasant memory of my youth, I really enjoyed my stay here. It was so much nicer than the picture I had in my mind, and I liked that I was unexpectedly impressed. There haven't been many other places where you would run into a ...
... Exactly, take them to a restaurant and stuff them with food. And so we did. Afterwards, we rolled back to the hotel to nap away the aching bellies and prepare for the next eating marathon.
At night we met with China Southern Airlines (CSA) for a great dinner with most of my Chinese favourites: cucumber salad, gong bao chicken, potatoes with chilli, sweet eggplant etc.
After dinner, the China Southern Airlines staff briefed us on ...
... me and my co-intern, along with a foreign service officer (FSO), out to lunch at a nearby (upscale) Chinese restaurant [sidenote: when did everything in Beijing become upscale?! I can't find a meal for less than 30RMB/5USD!! ridiculous...]. It was really great to get some inside perspectives on being an FSO. Listening to them talk, it seemed that there's an entire code language for government employees. I suppose that's the upside of an internship- becoming familiar with ...