Zhongyou Hotel (Liupukang)
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So some pictures were amazing, but for some reason or other didn't make it into the actual blog. Now is their moment to shine! Some of them are less than flattering, and some of them we just ran out of space for - meaning MORE PANDAS!!! So brace yourselves for Laura and Emily's random picture ...
... Square, the largest city square in the world. As Beijing is home to 20 million people, the square is very busy indeed. Many people were in line to see Chairman Mao, who is preserved in a crystal casket. Relieved indeed to not see that, we instead learned plenty of history from our guides. We took the classic tourist picture you see representing the square. 'Cause we are outside the box like that.
... couple. When I asked what the dish I was served, the Chinese woman said, "It is the one in the middle." She was referring to the dish displayed on the wall.
"You speak English?" Olivia asked.
The woman responded, "I speak a little bit of English." She revealed that she attended Beijing Sport University.
When I first tasted my dish, the onion was so strong. Despite the strong taste, I loved it.
... on a high price. When Kenyeta told her she could buy a real Louis Vuitton in the US and the sales lady told her that her wallets were almost real. I had another lady do te same thing for a paper cut but when I tried to walk away the lady grabbed my arm and I ended up practically dragging her out of the store. I ended up buying a shirt, hair pin, hat and paper cuts. Afterwards we dropped people off at the temple of heaven but it wasn't even open. The rest of us went to ...
... determines what type of junior high you can attend,
the second decides high school placement, and the Gao Kao is used for
college entrance. If you do poorly on the first exam around
age...twelve or so, you are dropped to a remedial school for junior high and areinstantly removed from the pool for higher tier colleges. You can
disqualify yourself from a good college based on your performance in
grade school. How do I feel about this? At age fifteen I was told I