Jinjiang Inn Beijing Dongzhimen Diplomatic District

No.23 Xinyuanxili Middle Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027, China | Motel
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Lazy Day

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 22, 2013

... also works at our program. I refused since I was too cheap to pay and I could get better quality at a bakery near campus.

When I was done talking with them, I returned to my room to do my Chinese homework. Then I finally got to blog in the basement lounge. Jesse was in the lounge too and he kept tapping his feet against the floor loudly. I asked him if he could stop that and he did.

Later, the Chinese roommate Susan came in. We all focused on ...


A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 01, 2013

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Then I went to an event to meet my professors. One of my professors thought that I was Korean, which shocked me because that was the first time that somebody thought that of me. I told them that I am full Chinese and my parents are second generation Chinese from Vietnam.

Another professor seemed to be a relax individual and he was shocked that ...

Ni Hao!

A travel blog entry by jordaninbangkok on Aug 07, 2012

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... like to stay in yet, all I know is I want a buddy and I want to be fairly close so I don't have to change buses alot!

Claudia, I so wish you were here right now with me at this airport. You would love it. All the characters all over the place! I keep trying to find at least one in each combination that I recognize, but now that I am actually in China it is clear that I will never be able to get them all down, or even a ...


A travel blog entry by hayleyfisher on Apr 05, 2012

... wanted to eat duck. After dinner we had the kungfu show, which from my memory for awful, but they must have changed it because this one was quite entertaining, many tricks and fighting.
Tomorrow we will go to the pearl market among other things, we will only get one hour there, and I'm not even sure if we will be going to the same market as usually. I asked if it was at young an li, and she said no that was the silk market. That should be ...

Lost on Planet China

A travel blog entry by trevfi on Nov 15, 2011

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... to ascend - it was vertigo territory at times. The rest of the time we hung out at the hostel and played with the many (12) kittens that lived there, cute white fluffy things with bright blue eyes.

So our impression of China was mixed, and as we were there for such a short space of time it would be unfair to judge too harshly. What I can say is that it is a fascinating place which sometimes feels so detached from The West that it seems like another world.