161 Hotel Beijing Jingzhou
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... we all seen what we wanted to and met up when planned. It was a great vacation, and although busy, I think it was just what I needed to get me through the last few weeks of school. I sometimes think maybe if I had of come here instead of ZZ I would have enjoyed my year more, but at the same time I would not have had the truer experience that is China.
Up coming week is going to be busy, two interviews and class debates! Looking forward to both!
... since we had just met and he now considered us his friends. We admired his artwork and his two rescue cats, one who was constantly playing with the bottom of my dress, and then thanked him profusely as we returned to the gallery.
We made it back to the gallery and a famous photographer had shown up while we were gone. He was admiring our artwork and invited us to see his studio after our gallery was finished. Everyone was having a wonderful time, meeting ...
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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 ...
... the way for those coming after or those who do things "outside of the plan", if you will. We are happy to have done it that way, it was just more trial and error than some expats have been through. As of today we only know of one other family who has experienced their move like ours. We frequently compare notes. Because we live in Beijing, there is also Beijing-specific info, although I will gladly divulge information about the places ...
... any suntan at all and walk around much of the time with an umbrella to protect their faces from the sun, and prefer to be as pale as possible, even a lot of the face products here have 'whitening' in them which I don't like the sound of. To be tanned is associated with the manual labour of peasants working in the fields and pale skin indicates a certain status. So, the face-kini is just that....... see the piccies here to appreciate the ...