Yanxin Hotel Peking University
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... big. And busy. Although the central halls where all of the imperial pomp took place were beautiful the side rooms were, for me, more interesting. It wasn't possible to access the central buildings - you had to fight for a position to see in. However, the side rooms were quieter, but also gave more of a sense of daily imperial life. I spent several hours in the complex and then, after my visit, I left via the back gate and visited Jingshan Park to climb the hill which is artificial ...
... to eat at Rumi. The restaurant was so high end in the inside. We ordered Persian tea and our own entrees. The waiter gave us bread and it was so yummy. It was so nice to finally catch up with Lindsay. We were talking about our Christmas break.
Even when we were done eating, we continuing sitting there and talking. We spoke about missing our pal Rae. Too bad Rae returned to Washington.
I looked at the time and it was still early in the ...
As for my actual tutoring, Jacky and I spoke about the American stereotype of Chinese people. I told him that Americans think that the Chinese are robotic. Jacky laughed and said that Chinese have fun too. I completely agreed. Then I explained that Americans fail to realize that the Chinese are people too.
After tutoring, Beatrice came in. We talked for a bit. Then, I went back to my room to chill.
taught to me by some of the best professors in China (professors of PKU). Learning from these individuals has been an
Due to the academic schedule (and busy seeing all the
sights), I feel like I was just getting to know some of the ...
It was such a great trip in so many ways, yes the kids drove us crazy at times but I really do love traveling with them. Rob and I have always loved traveling and knew that when we had kids we did not want to stop. All the kids are at an age that they should remember this trip- showing them that there is a huge world out there is a something they can carry with them throughout their lives.