Jinjiang Inn (Beijing Tiantan Park)
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... font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; line-height: 22px; white-space: pre-wrap;">This is not to say that the other 3,945 medicines go to waste. The medicines not on the State list can still be purchased in shops or at the pharmacology company. These non-accepted remedies are also be sold to hospitals for use.
... and the High Holy Days, which were usually celebrated at the homes of members. The community’s first seder took place in 1980.
By the early 1990s, in addition to people from the U.S.A. and Canada, Beijing’s Jewish community had grown to embrace Jews from Australia, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Luxembourg, Poland and Russia, and it's amazing how many Jewish people, both residents and visitors eagerly embraced this seder. ...
... added in the last 10 years. Looking of some facts about both China and Beijing it is amazing the scale and size of the numbers. The history of Beijing is closely aligned with the history of the country as a whole and throughout with the last dynasty (Qing) the forbidden city was the heart of political life and saw the trials and tribulations of the fall of the dynasty, republic period and the rise of Mao. The first day we spent hiking around looking for a travel clinic. One of ...
... location. There were guards and soldiers everywhere and lots of red flags. It was amazing how you could see how much the government is really involved.
After that we went to the Forbidden City. This place was also very grand. It was where the emperor lived. I learned there are 9,999 rooms in all. We walked the entire way too. My legs were so sore from hiking the Great Wall from the day before and they were even more ...
So here we are on the Great Wall of China......I think it may have just sunk in that i'm actually in CHINA!
After a busy week of inset at the school it was a tough choice to come on this trip as still haven't had a lie in and desperate for sleep! Although the trip was definately worth it, I would have been gutted to miss out so it was the right choice.
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