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... but it was way too hard for the students. It focused on “Voting” and creating their own political party and running a campaign in which kids half to vote. However I think we must all forgotten that Chinese is currently governed by their one and only party – the “Communist party” because none of the students understood what an election was never mind an election campaign. I actually found this quite funny because I ...
Matthew and I paid a visit to the Olympic Stadium and Water Cube aquatics centre. I had no plans to visit but this was Matthew's choice today and I was very impressed with the facilities and the layout. This is in contrast to the Yonghe Gong Temple that we paid a visit to in the afternoon. The temple complex was fascinating and there was a ...
Our guide had the morning off so we decided to go to the National Museum of China shortly after it opened at 9am. The smog was thick and impenetrable and we couldn't see further than 100 metres. A perfect day for a museum then, and thats what half of Beijings visitors thought also. To be truthful, the queue wasn't too long. And with a flash of our passport we were soon in for no ...
... Christine) on the toboggan down, and it wasn’t much fun. Hiking on the wall was much harder than we had expected. Although we’d mostly been sitting in a bus the week before, we were acclimatized for around 4,500 metres above sea level, and the wall was only around 1,000. But the stairs were very steep, and anything but even, making the hiking harder than we expected. But enough of me ranting - enjoy the beautiful ...
... everyone made plans to go with other people, and about a week before the holiday, I had no plans to go. But, my roommate convinced me to take the fast train and meet them in Beijing. So, on Sunday morning, I took a train to Beijing. It used to take over 10 hours to get to Beijing from Shanghai on the regular train. But, a few years ago, they started using a fast train that goes up to 300 kilometers per hour. So, it only took me 5 hours to get to Beijing, and ...