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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... see Beijing is to just explore it and not limiting yourself to specific places.
My decision to pick that stop was me being bored on Wednesday night. I just went on explorebj.com to look up the subway stop. Just looking on line ten, I saw that I never got off of Liangmaquia. I clicked on the stop and saw somebody mentioning about a place called Lucky Street. I googled Lucky Street and it gave a vague description of being a foreign food ...
... two showers, I still think the smokiness hasn't completely gone from my hair. Oh well.
After the Lama Temple, we returned to Beida and listened to another guest lecture, then leaving the campus to head to dinner.
This is when I parted from the rest of the group for the second time. I made my own way back to our hotel, changed quickly, and went to the subway station. One looooooong ride later, I made it to the Eastern part of the city almost opposite from ...
... and then roll it up and eat away. Very tasty. The night took another turn when we all decided to check out the Wangfujing night market. For us this was a return trip, but with more determination! We (more so "I") figured we had to try something new and out of the ordinary. After scanning the sheep testicles & penis, starfish, silk ...
... to a minute & a half. So I did...... unfortunately, no-one else had & it was the usual questions, how long have you been here, what do you do, where are you from, where do you live etc.... so after a couple of attempts I gave up!! Despite that, it was a really good evening, and a good chance to get lots of business cards & contacts, and meet people so that at the next event at least I'll know a few people.
Whilst I was there on Weds evening, ...
... space to study and go through their
homework and readings until about midnight. If you're an engineer or
a chemist, you're going to be at it until one or two in the morning.
On weekends, you study every free second you have when you're not
working, tutoring, or volunteering.
This may seem superhuman or
obsessive-compulsive to most Americans reading this. In China, it's
simply what college means. Any student from any walk of life can end
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking