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... they bump into you, they don’t apologize, people stare a lot, and people budge in line, like all the time. I can’t wait to go back to America where most people are polite, and I don’t get stared at by almost everyone that I pass. Then for dinner, 3 other girls and I went to a small café, and it was really expensive, but super good food. Then we came back to the hotel, and everyone else in our group was meeting in the lobby to go out ...
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By the time we finished there it was nearly 1-30pm and it was bitterly cold. We decided to return to the centre of the city to the main shopping street, Wangfujing St. This is the "Rundle Mall" equivalent of Beijing. We had to change trains twice to get to the right line but using the subway here is easy as there are signs in English as well as Mandarin. We emerged into one of the big shopping malls, Oriental Plaza and found ourselves in ...
... and the nice man took a video of me playing on my phone. Before I left, he asked to speak to me: "You know, my English is very good, but there is one phrase I never understood. I think it goes 'see you later, alligator. See you in a while, crocodile.'" This was great. I explained to them that we say this for no other reason than because it rhymes. I then practiced the phrase with him. He was great.
Then I asked Ellen to take me to her favorite restaurant. I had REAL sweet ...
This week we had a special holiday. It is called tomb sweeping day. This is a day in China where they pay respect to their dead relatives. They go to their tombs and make sure they are looking nice and well cared for. Because of this holiday I got 2 days off of work and Dad and I made our way to Beijing. We were suppose to get a plane at 7 am on Thursday morning and go, but it was rescheduled to be Thursday afternoon. So on Thursday morning Dad took me to the Fairmont ...
... flyovers, towering skyscrapers, shopping malls and the vast expanse of Tian'an Men Square. The city that the 13th-century Mongo warlord Genghis Khan once put to the torch is undergoing a new, dramatic facelift as a result of a culmination of quarter-century of reform, the pressures of a growing population and the 2000 Olympics.
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