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... was actually kind of bland for Chinese. I understand the Chinese food in China is a lot different from what we order take out here in the States. In fact, as many of you already know, they don't eat most of the **** we do here. General Tso's? What's that? Roast pork fried rice? Roast pork fried what? You get the idea. I also have to note that the soy sauce they use in China is nothing like the condiment we grown to love back home. It ...
... KTV entrance, though small on the outside, was huge on the inside. The actual KTV place was underground and had hallways with rooms after room on both side, each room equipped with couches, tables, tables, a full speaker system , tv and an endless list of Asian and English songs. Jake and I left a little early to get back to our host families (I still had to ride my bike back to Wudaokou), but overall it was a fun night that helped to shake off the stress of the ...
... the entrance hall. The staff member greeted him
fondly and introduced him to us as one of the more mobile and
independent cases being treated by the orphanage. Closely following
him was 'Stevie', an extremely amicable little dog who had been
abandoned at the orphanage as a puppy and had been kept around as a
mascot. This tiny dog walked with us throughout the visit, obediently
curling into a ball and waiting outside each building as we went in.
... heaven like things were round. The further into the Temple the higher we went; The highest parts were always round. Although 600 years ago when the Temple was built it was solely for the Emporer and his officials, today it is more of a park where many senior citizens come to socialize and exercise.
After touring the Temple of Heaven, we got back in the car to Tiananmen Square. 10 Years ago when we were here we spent ...
... had a walk around the square in about thirty minutes, and had seen enough. I headed out to Wangfujing to grab a bite to eat for lunch, and then just came back to the hostel.
I’ve made a tentative plan for the next few days, so I’m going to see the Forbidden City tomorrow, the Great Wall on Wednesday, Summer Palace on Thursday, and then fly out on Friday. At least I won’t be bored in ...