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... the Great Hall of the People and the National Museum of China. As we had been warned there is a large police and army presence, we saw a number of younger people having their identity cards checked before they could enter the square.
Back to the main shopping strip for food. Checked the guide book for a restaurant serving duck but couldn't locate it. By chance we found a magnificent one in a ...
... Afternoon reserved for some market shopping.
Monday was a shopping day followed by wine and conversation. Very enjoyable all round.
Tuesday, our last day, was spent visiting houses of differing standards, a princes palace and a singer's humble Houtong home. Did you know that female roles in Chinese opera are filled by men.. I did't!
Leaving early ..30 hours on the ...
... to get there. For what exit to take out of the subway, I forgot. So, I thought I should try the one for the hutong.
When I exited the subway station, the hutong was dead. Not a lot of people out. I wandered around enjoying the area. So sad to realize that I won't see a hutong again until I return to Beijing.
I kept on walking and stumbled upon the Confucian Temple, but I didn't feel like checking it out. Heard that it was not that exciting like the ...
After class, I went shopping with Alanna and Melissa to buy instant noodles at the Stadium Store. I needed something light to eat. After shopping, I chilled with Melissa for a bit before going off doing Chinese homework. Melissa was so nice to help me with my Chinese pronunciation.
Today seemed long, but it made me to want to learn Chinese more.
This classroom is so much different from my classroom which has air-conditioning, a wide and clear whiteboard, and table and chairs. Regardless of the poor learning environment, the children there listen to us well and have a strong learning passion.
It is truly a different experience doing Community Involvement Program overseas here in Bei Jing as compared to Singapore.After the Community Involvement Program, I realized that I have so much to ...