Beijing Tang House (Nanluogu Alley)
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... shield! Plus, there were display cases of action figures based off of the characters in the movies!
So many things were reminding of America so much today.
Some time later, I decided to get a green tea frap at Starbucks. Can't deny that it is favorite Starbucks drink. Terry Lu texted me if I wanted to have dinner. I responded yes and told him that I was at the Starbucks in Sanlitun. To my surprise, Terry found me fast at the Starbucks.
He took me ...
... to my dorm. Later, I went to the lobby in my dorm to wait for Bethany and Rae. I ran into Stephanie, Lindsay, and Rae there. We talked for a bit until Bethany showed up.
Bethany, Rae, and I went to the bakery to get treats.
Then we walked to the subway to go to Wang Fujing.
I was completely ready for retail therapy after a long week of midterms. China has made me materialistic since I came here. Shopping here is such a nice experience. ...
... Beijing. When I dialed my program's number, nobody picked up. I called my dad panicking because I did not want to be left stranded at the airport in Beijing. Luckily, I found wifi to let my program know what happened.
Later, while waiting for my flight to Tokyo, an elderly Japanese woman tried to communicate with me, but I told her I didn't speak Japanese.
Once I was on my flight to Tokyo, I was ...
... a lot to carry. We left the market and decided to head to the Chaoyang District, just a few stops away. This part of the city, due east of the Forbidden City, is the newest and most modern part of Beijing. Here you will see the CCTV Building, a pretty funky and modern building built just in time for the 2008 Olympics. The locals have a name for it that means trousers, since it looks like a pair of pants. For lunch we ...
... our lift to the Kung Fu Show. Which is running about 10 minutes late; which means we can have another glass of red. Rather beautiful; rather smooth, tastes a bit like a Merlot.
The Kung Fu Show was good; it was at the Red Theatre in town and the show was full of acrobatic and artistic Kung Fu. Basically the story of a boy who is given up by his mother to a Kung Fu Monastery who ...
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