Beijing Tang House Beijing Nanluogu Alley
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... is the most famous building in the Shanghai Skyline. A few of the group were left so we went to a restaurant back in the East nanjing street called South Memory which specialises in food from Hunan a specific region in China where the food is very spicy. We discovered this when we all went straight for a pork dish with what we thought was green beans which turned out to be green chillies! By this stage everyone had become pretty good friends, everyone is easy to talk to and we all get ...
... and unbelievably delicious. The closest thing i can compare it to is a sweet, curry-like quiche. Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City were our next stop. According to Howard, Tiananmen Square is like the gigantic front yard of of the Forbidden City. There are even soldiers standing guard next to the flag, taking four hour shifts. We crossed Tiananmen Square and entered the outer part of The Forbidden City. Now, the Forbidden City is literally a city ...
... son and Jackie Chan was filmed!! SO that was pretty exciting! The kung fu show was so impressive. We drove in and they were all waiting in the parking lot with dragon costumes on dancing to music! We then went inside the school and watched the show! At the end there showed us some karate moves and I was terrible. BUT Emily was a stinkin kung fu master!!! She was so good! Hahahaa We all then took some pictures with the guys in the show and they kept the most serious ...
... there are only a few local shops and restaurants surrounding the school - nothing like the typical tourist side of Beijing. But its only about an hour or so from the city centre so plenty of opportunity to experience all the major sights as well.
After the rather confused and chaotic admin and organisation of the first day, teaching started smoothly yesterday. There were 40 Cambridge students here at the school but 30 of them left to spend the first 10 days at ...
... But as Thanksgiving approached, I was all too aware of what I was missing and so it was with gratitude that my new Australian friends Rochelle and Desmond, invited myself and two other friends, to their place for a Thanksgiving dinner. And it was simple but so much fun as I was playing with their energetic children, drinking wine even sake, and simply relaxing after a day at school. I do remember when I used to ...