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... to Sanyanqiao and kept using the escalators as I couldn't see any signs for lifts when I needed to change levels. At Sanyanqiao, I came upstairs on the escalator and somehow managed to trip, gouging a big chunk out of my knee. I was really fed up by this time, and cried my eyes out about how **** it was all going. This was around 10:30am. I managed to compose myself to some extent and transfer to the airport express platform where I bought a ticket ...
Today was one if the highlights of the trip. We left early by bus for one of the sections of the Great Wall. It was one hour north of Beijing and is not as crowded as two other sections called Ba da ling or Mu tian yu.
We had two hours to climb up the Great Wall and could choose two different paths. The left side is a lot steeper and the right side was more my speed.
There is an old Chinese saying that to be a man one ...
... idea how complicated Chinese can be. There were some things that I had no idea how to translate. That homework took me over an hour to do. I was mad that there were some random things like sweat suit.
Then I had to find books for my ten page single space final paper.
When I was entering my dorm, the security guard yelled, "ni hao! ni hao! ni hao!" at me. I quickly walked up the stairs.
Later, I went to the basement lounge in my dorm doing more homework.
... not fuss about our career goals because we should focus on embracing our journeys in China.
3. Learning Chinese is hard! It takes time to gain a basic understanding of the language.
4. We will need to work hard for an A. Chinese professors expect professionalism and commitment.
After Dean Moses finished speaking, Fr Eugene talked about the academic policies of the program.
Then we went off to ...
... my ticket I knew I was too late. The fellow behind the counter chuckled, scrambled a bit to find someone who spoke English and could be of help, and I was given the option to trade my expired ticket for one the following evening. I took it and returned back to the subway station, tired and lugging around two backpacks. This put a wrinkle in my lofty plans, but I was still optimistic as I came up with my contingency plan for day 2 in Beijing.