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... of the problems of the Cultural Revolution when, as a child, he had to publicly denounce his teachers and the Imman who was taken away, hands ties behind his back, to be re-educated. The Mosque was closed for 10 years but has since been restored with help from the Chinese government. That period apart, being a Muslim in Beijing has not been a problem, the Emperors gave the Muslim community ...
... an old man when it comes to night life. I will never be one of those cool kids because I am so lazy and I just am not cool.
I walked back to the dorm with Emi. It was hard to walk fast in the cold. My body was not feeling it.
When I entered my room, Mike told me that Terry Lu dropped off some Peking duck for me! I could not believe that he did that. That was so sweet of Terry to do. I was always telling Terry that I wanted to eat Peking duck.
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First I recommend visiting the city you will be living in. Do not SOLELY listen to your ...
... shaped four year old oyster with four rings. She found 27 little pink fresh water pearls and gave one to each woman in the group. Ocean oysters only produce one pearl. There's also a beautiful golden pearl that comes from the southern part of China.
We then headed to the Summer Palace, a forty-five minute drive from Beijing. The Empress Dowager's son built an enormous man made lake with multiple residences as a birthday gift to the Empress. We ...
... center in search of a Subway restaurant. I was told there is a subwaystation at 20 minutes walking form the hotel but with the directions I got it took me almost double the time. Seemed that everytime the hotelclerk said left he meant right and vice versa…..
But strengthened from training at Fawang Tempel it was a "walk in the park". The subway in Beijing is very convenient and I enjoyed the ride. Got off at ...
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