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The Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by lmccall

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... and Qing Dynasties. The Forbidden City was the imperial palace for both these dynasties and it was the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government. There are 980 - 990 buildings (all wooden structures) scattered over 180 acres. Some digs! Construction started in 1406 and was completed 14 years later utilizing the labor of one million workers. Everything about the complex exudes symbolism -- yellow for the Emperor, black for ...

Realizing that the End is Coming

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny

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... going to get dinner.

I chose to ate at a Korean place outside of west gate. As I was eating, the daughter of the owners was playing on her laptop. Then she started crying for her parents. Her dad came out and played with her. That reminded me of home so much.

Following dinner, I went back to my room to finish my final paper. I got it done and turned it in two weeks before it was done! That was the first time ever I turned in a paper way before it was ...

I'll Do What I Wanna Do

A travel blog entry by beely

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... In lieu of Jing Bian, I picked up this oddly layered (corn + mayo, , ham, tuna) but tasty sandwich.

We bummed around all day... ate, played games, read pornographic excerpts from a novel to each other... everyday stuff.

At night we went somewhere, I don’t remember where, but I had minimal sleep so it was probably Kai ...

Beijing Olympics

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez

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... women’s conference & workshop this afternoon into the evening. It’s a company in the US that are launching their first event here, so that should be interesting and a good networking opportunity. There are guest speakers, and workshops to attend, so am looking forward to it. It should cost $250 but I managed to blag a free ticket!! One of the networking groups I belong to had 2 free tickets, so I got one of them & am going with the founder of the group.
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The Great Wall

A travel blog entry by al_deb_far_east

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... west along the wall for about two km to covering a couple of towers. It is quite awe inspiring seeing the wall snaking over the mountains and hills.

Going down was great fun. We took a toboggan ride down the mountain to the base of the cable car station, much like the Luge in New Zealand.

On the way back into town Jordan offered to take us to a Tea Ceremony, so to a teahouse we went, just off the Dragon Line and near to the ...

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