Beijing Tang House Beijing Nanluogu Alley
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- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... cool experience nonetheless.
Far too quickly, it was time to head back down. We were then taken for lunch at a place that was obviously catered for tourists coming from the Great Wall - we had all the kinds of food we get at home in Chinese takeaways, rather than actual Chinese food which is very different! This restaurant was in a massive shopping area with jewellery and trinkets to buy, and we were given an hour to look round after eating, another ...
... customers have for their TMC are significantly different than the services BCD provides. Some of these differences are services like response time, third party payments, travel management, policy compliance, and global support. I loved learning about BCD operations in China and hearing the ways they pursue the mission and vision of the company in their own way in this market. In multiple ways, BCD’s faithfulness to remain in the local market in China reminds me of a phrase we ...
... towards the railway station...
It was really gigantic and chinese writings everywhere!! I searched my
way up to the ticket counter and tried to explain to one of the female security
peopleofficers I wanted to buy a train ticket for Datong. Even with my little
dictionary and my guidebook she didn’t really have a clue... I did my best for
15min... quite frustrating though!!! Then she grabbed some lady by the arm –
who didn’t ...
... black, yellow and green colored glaze representing the heavens, the earth and everything on earth. The Hall has a base named Altar for Grain Prayers which is made of three layers of white marble and has a height of six meters.
Another important building is Imperial Vault of Heaven. If you look at it from far away, you will find that the Vault is like a blue umbrella with gold head. The structure of it is like that of Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest, but smaller in size. ...
... and I can largely tailor the class to suit things I'd like to work on. One day it might be spoken Chinese, the next it'll be writing characters. The atmosphere is very relaxed and open -- she doesn't grade me on anything -- and the individual attention does great things for my budding Chinese skills. Not to mention that the class, as with all the others, is taught entirely in Chinese.
:12:01pm: I'm out of the 1-on-1 and in the student lounge with friends. ...