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... scale of it was inconceivable. Aside from the occasional limited cotton plantation, it saw us into the twilight- and remember, we travelled at a decent clip. No wonder there seems such a chasm between Chinese and Central Asian culture, compared to between the latter and Europe; this region, virtually impassable, must have stymied interaction of goods material and immaterial for millennia before the time of Christ, and even then it grew to no more than a trickle.
Today was another full day of experiencing the historical and cultural aspects of Beijing.
It was full of interesting experiences and learning a lot of information about China. I really like learning about the fundamental differences between China and the Western world. There are so many differences such as in the languages (for example, each Chinese word only has one syllable), and ...
Days 8 + 9 – Beijing
Classes and activities these past couple of days have been filled with an abundance of new experiences, and exciting new topics on Chinese traditions and cultures. Focusing on expanding their language vocabulary, and sharpening their communication skills. Class time was filled with text book studies, video lessons, and also with the girls being active in role playing. Topics were centred around friends and getting to know each other, ...
... in the tiniest script possible, such that they're realistically only visible through a magnifying glass. I have not visited the Confucius temple for several years, but maybe I will on the way home. Despite being a tourist attraction, it's beautiful and ancient, and represents a fascinating part of Chinese history. If only the entrance ticket weren't so pricey!
I believe the Lama Temple is currently under construction, but in a nutshell, it's ...
... Desk 3 that had sent me to Desk 1 in the first place, he tells me that he simply confirms that passengers have visas before the other desk checks them into their flight. I return to the queue at Desk 3 and, after once again reaching the front of that queue, hand my passport over to the lady and request an aisle seat away from the hockey team. As she didn't speak a word of English, I mimick on the counter with my fingers a person walking down the aisle of ...