Super 8 Beijing Tiantan Nanmen
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... the earth dug up from creation of the lake. Many visitors here today, very, very windy day. Walked along the extraordinary Long Corridor and viewed the offices of Emperor Dowager Cixi. Peking Opera evening (UNESCO world cultural preservation) was a unique,odd and exotic cultural experience of acting, dancing, singing, music-Chinese orchestra, costume, mime, story, acrobatics, and film integrating history and beliefs, relationships, ...
... line in the cafeteria (all were pretty long) and then quickly made our way upstairs to find a table. There was only one problem...during peak hours, the dining halls are packed. (The first time Jake, Dylan, and I went to Yannan shitang we ended up eating while standing near the balcony.) Luckily, Linli and I were able to find two seats. Our strategy was to have me hover beside a two person table that had almost finished eating as Linli continued to ...
... besides a Chinese student. We glanced at each other furtively, exchanging nods. I thought about talking with her, but as I'd found out with my Chinese parents, my language skills had gotten a little rusty over the summer, and I wasn't exactly eager to embarrass myself in front of a stranger on the first day.
Eventually, I mustered up the courage. "Ni shi Beida daxue ma?" Are you a student here?, I asked.
"Dui," she answered. ...
Greetings from 2 weary Beijingers!!
Thurs, I still didn't feel well so worked from home, it was like flu with the aches but nothing else, and was knocked out for a bit, felt better by Friday.
Friday we finished work about 3pm (instructions from the boss!) and went for a beer, then last minute Ray invited us up to the Capital Club for a glass of wine - of course we couldn't refuse!! Then afterwards we went to the ...
... was not that high on my list of priorities as it is just a large square. In
fact it is the biggest city square in the world. Its’ full name is Tian’an Men
Guangchang which translates as the Square of the Gate of Heavenly Peace. I
expected the square to be crowded with groups of tourists, tour guides holding
aloft flags or coloured umbrellas and loads of visitors taking photos of
everything around them. ...