Super 8 Beijing Fang Zhuang Yin Ma
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It's only the second day, but I am far blown away by the amount of fun I'm having here at the conference and the friendships we are making. Today we had the experience of listening to our chairs talk about an MUN related subject or topic that encouraged debate and discussion. I personally listened to a topic relating bioethics with government policy by Shirley Mo and June Criscione, ...
... Festival it would be crowded but less so in the afternoon. Saying that, it was pretty crowded all the same. After the Hutongs and the Temple of Heaven we were beginning to flag a bit, especially as it had become very humid as the day wore on, but it was well worth going to see. The Forbidden City is a large enclosed space, defended by walls, which was the Imperial seat of government for 500 years from the Ming to the Qing dynasty and ...
... awaiting bus. The seats on the bus were so close, most of the men had to sit with their legs in the aisle. If that had been the bus for our tour to the Great Wall tomorrow, I would have seriously thought about not going. But we were quickly advised by David after seeing all of our discomfort, that we would have a larger, roomier bus for the remainder of our time in Beijing.
The trip from the airport to town was an hour; and again because ...
... the body..
With the "business" side of the day over we were soo fortunate to enjoy an awesome live theatre show..
The Golden Mask Dynasty.. set in a mythical age in China, the show tells a fairy-tale like story of war, royal banquets, and romance. Story line is not strong but entertainment is superb.
It included, a cast of 200, the costumes, scenery, lighting and special effects are magnificent.. There was ...
What a luxury .......one hotel for 5 nights, clean clothes and a small bus waiting at the hotel door! But a surprising inconvenience in Beijing has been the lack of a consistent WiFi at the hotel.
By Tuesday evening all the OAT travelers had arrived and we became members of a very congenial and active group of 16 travelers.
Wednesday, we revisited Tiananmen Square. It was a beautiful sunny day and we could clearly see the six lanes of traffic on each ...