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... walking on the road (usually seem to be Chinese tourists, perhaps used to a quieter existence). Of course, the temple grounds are now a magnificent park, including extensive wooded grounds which swallow up even the vast crowds. See the photographs for some of these extraordinary buildings. See also the videos for some of the great stuff going on in the park. Love the smoking Mandolin player. Dinner back at Shatan Back Street in the Hutong near our hotel, at the restaurant we had ...
... males majoring in the sciences. I wanted something different. I was lucky to get Mike, who was brand new this semester to TBC. He was so sweet when I met him our first night; he was more than willing to help me with whatever. Whenever I needed help, Mike would be more than gladly assist me.
Thinking all about this makes me smile. Forever grateful to have the opportunity to study abroad for a year. I am coming out of this journey with great friends and amazing stories.
... Cannot believe how the Chinese people put up with so much pollution in their cities.
The next day after an early night of catching up on sleep we opened the morning off by a fantastic talk done by Dominic Johnson-Hill founder of Plastered 8 Tee-shirts in Beijing. He was an absolute wild card, preaching immaturity to maintain creativity. He started his company in 2006 and since then has grown to over a million USD in yearly ...
... have no preconceived idea that people are different and always feel comfortable mingle with each other. Sunny Sun, who visited Columbia with Beijing 81 High School students in 2011, met us at the Square and took all of us to the famous Tianjin Dumpling House (天津百饺ࢱ 3;）for lunch. This restaurant made all their dumplings by hand and offers more than 100 variety of dumpling fillings, from savory to sweet, including several made ...
... of mine in the CTLC program woke me up just in time for the flight attendants to not pass me by with the food. She apologized for it, but I told her 'it was cool. It's food!'
I didn't know what to order, so I just told the Korean flight attendant "chicken" since she didn't understand what I meant when I asked "what kind of food do you have?" ha!
I'm sitting next to an older Korean woman. She had her food before I got ...