Beijing

April 16th-April 18th

And the fun just doesn’t stop. Beijing was filled with people, and people, and people, and more people. Here I saw the most foreign tourists. Immediately I felt like I related more to them than the Chinese faces I saw.

I didn’t have a chance to see much of Beijing. We went to Tiananmen Square and toured the Forbidden City.

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2 thoughts on “Beijing

  1. Have you had a chance to read much about the events that took place at Tianamen Square not that many years ago and the significance for current changes in China. You have perhaps seen the photo of the one person standing in front of a very large tank? One of the iconic images of our times.

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