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... a lesson for tomorrow. My decision to re-apply for university was also probably not good because it stressed me out even more however I did manage to do that although if I did it properly (Fingers crossed) .
Eventually after much stressing and getting irritated and upset I FINALLY thought of a good idea. As Kasper had decided to go with the topic 'Buying and selling” (which I had originally wanted to do but he found an activity first) I was ...
... was unbelievable. The performance included a high-wire act, skeletons leaping through hoops at great heights, a female contortionist, a juggler, and a cup and string performance with multiple performers. The second half included a snake dressed contortionist, 'extreme' climbers and a fan dance that included 12 performers on 1 bike. Very ...
... Western Europe. And how the glorious revolution restored China to its rightful place as a proud and powerful nation. It was equal parts fascinating and chilling to see a mixture of fact and propaganda displayed in such a way.
Walking the length of the museum was truly tiring and we soon decided to head back to the hotel to rest before our afternoon visit to the Summer Palace.
... Buddhism and Taoism are the major religions, with Islam being the largest minority religion). The food was very good, and while they didn’t serve pork, pints were available for under a dollar each.
We spent the rest of our time in Beijing seeing local sites such as Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, the Water Cube & Birds Nest from the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the National Museum of China, ...
... sun dial). Across the plaza was the Bell Tower. They used to ring the bell 5 times during the night starting at dusk. There would also be 108 rings following the main ring of the bell at dusk and dawn to signal the closing of the town and the time to wake up. Then we did a traditional Chinese tea ceremony. It was actually extremely interesting learning about the different teas and what they are used for. For your first cup of tea, you have ...