Lejia Express Hotel Beijing Tiantan Nanmen
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... was going to be a busy week…!
As we had done in Nepal, Caroline and I decided to split up for some of the activities in order to spend some one-on-one time with each kid. For our week in Beijing, I wanted to take a Kung Fu immersion class with Sam Jackson (every morning for 5 days), which would allow Caroline and Catherine to focus on less strenuous activities like cooking and paper cutting. Our tour guide and translator, Andy, picked the two of us up ...
... experience. They brought out the cold plate. This almost ruined the meal for everyone. The first thin served to us was pigs ear... Not delicious... It did not taste bad but the texture is not appetizing. The other dishes were not well received by anyone and the duck was just ok. I know Dr. Carlson and I did not leave hungry because we are adventurous but most of the rest of the group left a little hungry... Or a lot ...
... a lot of history. Its not a disappointment either, the service has that old school charm feeling that you don't get in vanilla, global chain hotels today. The lobby looks straight out of the 20's (elegant and beautiful, not dusty and old!) and the room is very spacious with hardwood floors, a balcony overlooking the Saigon River, and king size bed. Its been a whirlwind 36 hours, room service pizza, a beer, and glass of wine and we're sound asleep. Tomorrow we wake up in Saigon, ...
... elements of a culture pertaining to one-sixth of the world's population everyday became a reality that left me as a well-rounded and open-minded leader prepared for future challenges involving China's emergence as a world superpower.If learning the ...
... are busy with making money, busy with setting up social network, busy with sending children to school and cooking for them. As a result, less people spend time building up their spirit world, they are forgetting to keep this traditional faith in their daily life."
Part 2: The relationship between Tibet, Buddhism, and the rest of China.
"Look at the whole China, Tibet is the place that got most influence by Buddhism. Buddhism is the root for Tibet ...