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... tourists who fall for it will find themselves paying an exorbitant amount for tea or paintings, either through coercion or other means. Completely out of patience at this point, I flatly told her no, that we were late, and needed to go; grabbing Chris’s arm and stalking off as I said this. It was too cold for common niceties, rude though it may have been.
We took the subway, got off at the correct stop, and made our way to the surface ...
... and Elaine was behind me. We walked together and talked for a bit. She had a midterm too.
My professor showed up late. As we were waiting, Miguel showed up and gave us M&M. So grateful to that guy for giving me guilty pleasure of candy.
After finishing my midterm, I walked back to the dorm with Kevin, Avery, and Rebecca. How dare Kevin to say that he thought that I probably did not exist. He said that I bs though everything. I snapped that I ...
... from the United States in many ways. China has different tiers each tier has a different number of judges. We spoke to one judge and then two full time/permanent clerks of the court. Only one spoke English and the translator struggled at times, making it difficult to follow.
Tomorrow we tour Jones Day, an American based international firm.
... tombs in this area. As Emperors would have travelled, to perform memorial rituals for their ancestors once a year, our buggies journeyed along the long path, past huge stone statues, important decorations of the mausoleum. These statues are usually twelve officials and twenty-four animals such as lions, camels, elephants, and a mythological unicorn, all of which symbolise the power of the Emperor or act as guards ...
... been required. She didn’t observe many people buying anything either so she figured that the prices were to blame.
I spent the day wandering the hutongs and snacking on street food. The thing I love most about Beijing are the hutongs. These are mazes of alleyways which crop up in various places around the city. Sadly they are fast disappearing to give way to newer buildings. It seems that in these communities life continues in the way it has done for ...