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We have been watching a lot of Get Smart and loving it. In the morning we did a lot of homework. I like homework except for the blogging part. I (Ava) especially like the reading part. This morning we had eggs, cheese and toast sandwiches.
When I (Jack) was doing my math word problem there was a question that asked "The Canada US border is 8 960 km and the Great Wall of China is 6 320km. How much longer is the Canada US boarder?" ...
With St. John Barter-Waters
Today we started with breakfast at the hotels restaurant I had fried eggs with many different Chinese foods including pork buns
We then set off through the twisting, crowded, cramped and labyrinthine alleys of Beijing to find our way to the forbidden city. We arrived at the west gate ...
... to America. As the seller was wrapping my tea, she told Mike, "ta hen wan (He is funny)." All my time at that shop, she always laughed at me, which made sense since I would be so confused when she was speaking to me.
We returned to campus and Mike had to run off to his class.
I took a mini nap.
Then, I drank some tea.
Tonight, I must turn in a paper to my professor.
This final week has been the least stressful one I have had.
... All you can see is white metal pipelines. Then we saw the Bird's Nest Stadium which actually looks much cooler in person than it does in photos. At the stadium I was able to try a popsicle that was rice-milk flavored--it was actually delicious. When we returned to the hotel, I went with a friend to walk down the hutong by our hotel to look at the various items there. I tried fried durian and I am definitely not a ...
It's official! Five days till Christmas, two days until departure, three days till Winnipeg, six days until Barbados! Around Beijing there are Christmas decorations all over the malls and stores. Dumpling waiters wearing Santa hats, and the Chinese version of jingle bells is heard in the street. Tonight ...