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... the Great Wall at Mutianyu a day after arriving in Bejing, or indeed the only fully walled city in China, the ancient capital, Xi'an. There are still a few days more exploring to do - to Xi'an to see the Terracotta warriors and more of Beijing, before my few days work for ICTE-UQ and EF, then Shanghai and a seminar to give at DongHua uni before finally leaving for home on 14th November. We shall be happy to be back home, but are glad to have had such a wonderful ...
... Kung Fu show. It was quite impressive, even though it was the usual sort of stuff. Great acrobatics, some ballet, some impressive QiGong and stuff. All spoken in English with Chinese subtitles. I Felt a bit embarrassed and fortunate, as there were lots of non English tourists around us.
I was still experimenting with the blog but was enjoying keeping it. I ended up staying up too late writing up the day's entry and was sure I would regret it the next ...
No school today because of Qingming (Tomb Sweeping holiday)!
The first thing I did this morning was eat breakfast as usual. So thought that I would actually get things done, but it didn't happen. What actually happened was that I chilled with Emi in the lounge on our floor.
Later, Mike took me out to a buffet he found online. When we exited the dorm, we ran into Greer. I talked with her for a minute and told her that I was off ...
... was her turn. Then another time we had waited in a pretty long line to buy subway tickets, and right as we were getting to the front of the line a guy came up to the window. What people will do is come up on the side and when one transaction is done they throw their money in through the window to cut you off. Charlie would have none of that. He smacked the guys hand and pushed him aside. Again, he just shrugged and then cut in front of someone else behind us.
... is an official ride for anything, this guy can't speak a word of English, and I can only hope he knows where we are going. Off into the streets of Beijing we went. The strange thing to me was the lack of traffic. Though it was midnight or so, there were only a few cars out and about in a hazy night. We made a series of turns and ended up in an area that looked like anything but an area in which to find a hotel, but ...