7 Days Inn Beijing Chaoyangmen
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... English-speaking staff. My business mind spoke to me of the opportunities of taking steps to bring on board effective communicators who can build relations with the clients and grow sales through word of mouth marketing tactics.
Speaking of our personal experiences, we all agreed that the trip had opened our eyes and minds to the worlds that lie yonder. The opportunity to travel, to experience and to grow cannot be encapsulated in ...
Today we traveled to the Summer Palace. The Emperor and gang would leave the Forbidden City for the cooler area of the Summer Palace. Empress Dowager Cixi (Dragon Lady) spent most of her time here. Interestingly, she started as a concubine to the Emperor. Concubines were ranked from 1 to 7 and even though she was a 5, she bore a son to the Emperor. The Emperor died young so her son became Emperor at age 8ish. Cixi, along with the current Empress helped the young Emperor rule. ...
... br> We ended up chatting for awhile, and grabbed lunch. It was like I was back there again, like no time had passed, and we were eating in Hope like we commonly did.
Later on, Margaux organised for Xiao Lian, the Thai girl I sat with every day in class last semester to surprise me! We chatted for a long time about life and what was happening that semester. After lunch, we went outside and took some pictures with ...
... through this pass so they built a fortified entrance in the valley surrounded by military installations. A brick wall was built to extend up the mountain crests in either direction.
We arrived in time to see a film crew and group of actors dressed as boat-draggers preparing to climb the wall to shoot a film of some kind.
Building of earthen fortifications goes back to ancient times but this portion of the wall is only around 600 years old. It's built along the crests ...
... have a headache and persistent nagging cough (China Cough), how people live and even exercise here I have no idea, and nobody wears pollution masks! So you probably wouldn't believe that China is the biggest maker and consumer of electric vehicles! They are everywhere and come in almost every form from police cars, tourist busses, all types of modified golf carts, mopeds, trikes, rickshaws and delivery vans. Some of them loaded with so much cargo the battery power can barely move ...