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... with the displays. I just wanted to get one shot. Waited for a bit to take my pictures.
In the center of Sanlitun, the car compnay Jaguar was showing off some cars. I walked into the mini dome to check out the blue car (no photo allowed). The cars were sweet to check out.
Walking around Sanlitun made me wish that I could afford the high end designers like Alexander Wang. Sadly, I am a poor college student. I have to wait to save to buy a ...
... Stanford students kindly explained what was going on after the seminar finished, so Najung and I (the only ones without the language capability) didn't feel too behind.
We were free to go following the lecture, so Siliang (one of the Stanford affiliates) led us around campus to where we could add money to the international student ID cards for the dining halls. We decided to sit at one of the university cafes and relax for a bit. ...
... Being in both positions offers balance. After the animal protectors, then came the warriors and then the ministers. The road was about 2 kilometres long in this well preserved park. It was a nice spot to just wander and we were almost the only ones there. Back in the car, we take a more scenic route to the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall. At first I'm excited to see the countryside, away from the hustle of the city. My excitement very quickly turns to ...
... with the Careys, this trip will not have been the same without this very special week we spent with the Biggs. Chad works for the NBA (the Chinese are huge fans), and Hilary and Chad have made a very nice life for their family in Beijing. It was so nice of them, and maybe a little crazy, to invite us to stay with them - site unseen - for an entire week, and we are so grateful. We look forward to the Biggs' return to the states and to many more good times with a great ...
... we have
not run into any Chinese with the extremely muscular body type you
find on male gym rats back home. Even the soldiers and the cadets on
the training field were lean and wiry. If I had to guess, this is a
result of the local diet and their disdain for heavy weight lifting.
Back home, I've known Chinese Americans who were incredibly muscular
and competed in bodybuilding, but they ate and train like typical
American athletes. I'm personally a fierce ...
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