Super 8 Beijing International Exhibition Center Hepingli
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... The wee markets where we could wander for hours, checking out all the local goodies and seeing new, interesting things have been replaced by huge shopping centres full of shops which you would find in any city all over the world, perhaps particularly in the west. Even when we did find a market which was meant to be small, full of little stalls and interesting things, it was now a school.
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... woman lucky to be 50kgs wet. We investigated a local family's house, which after their daughter had recently married was just for the birds, cats, dog and the old couple, what a great set up, rooms centered around a private courtyard. The only down side was no bathroom or toilet, it's communal and every lane has one, generally the smell alerts you of it's location. Tracey had booked a rickshaw ride for us and it was interesting, but I liked the local ...
... British standards, which is very good. I was completely amazed by this school. They take preschool right to 18 years old. The school is immaculate, fantastic playgrounds (one of which is going to be tented for the high pollution days), soccer fields, basketball, a 25m swimming pool, massive gymnasium, theatre, healthy meal plan and happy kids everywhere! Each staff member is required to do at least 1 hr per day of extra curricular activities each day, so there ...
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Kindergarten is for children 3 to 4 years of age. Fees $8,000.00 per Semester.
Elementary or Primary school after 5 years. Free for locals. 10 hours per day. 45 minutes per class. 10 minute breaks. Broadcast gymnastics each day (physical fitness activities).
Special schools in Beijing for poor country families.
During festival times parents give teachers cards for ...
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