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... of German tourists that had also stopped to watch the spectacle. They agreed and we watched together as the crane lifted the massive machine into the air only to see it tilt to the right and begin to swing towards the workers who were standing far to close to it. They managed to get out of the way but not without having been chuckled at by the Germans. I wanted to try and explain to them how to get it righted but I don’t speak Chinese and none ...
... care less about, but the hair gel did make me shed a small tear. Have you seen this crazy mess I tame daily?
We took a short jaunt to D.C. and then boarded the big jet to Beijing. Now we were very lucky that we had seats together, considering the tickets were only bought a week ago. They were in the last rows, but that didn't bother us too much. The kids were just beside themselves with the idea of the individual screens at each seat. Think ...
... and Volleyball at Thai Hut. I ordered a rice dish with beef. Drinking some iced tea was great too.
I have been so bad for not hanging out with the Chinese roommates this semester. Most of the time, I am usually busy. Plus, I do not care to wait for others. I just go.
For the rest of the afternoon, I had a class.
Then, I had a meeting with TBC. When I entered the room, Kevin asked, "Benny, you dyed your ...
... for the horrible air pollution and the ghost towns of high rise apartment buildings and wide empty roads.
We arrived Beijing and went straight to the night market stalls for some delicious dumplings and noodles. After we walked to Tienanmen Square and checked out the entrance to the Forbidden City. Tienanmen Square is said to be the center of Chinese civilization and it certainly is ...
... breakfast before we arrived which was strange because it was the middle of the night to us, and 5 am in China.
When we arrived in the airport James had done his research so we knew to take an airport train to the main subway station. From there we struggled but managed to purchase subway passes from a girl without much english. I began making a mental list of things I had learned about China.
1) most toilets are the squatting kind. no seats, and no toilet ...