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Share 10 things you need to know about Confucius hometown. Part 2.
2014-12-14 22:44
10 things you need to know about Confucius hometown. Part 2.
It is said that one day spent in a different place is of a greater value than a year spent at home. This saying especially applies to the hometown of Confucius. We all have heard a lot about this legendary figure of the Sprung and Autumn period, but 千闻不如一见 . I am ready with the rest 5 things I learnt about this ancient with the scent of history town. 1. Qufu jianbing 煎饼 . Being an anti-fan of all jianbings in the world, I, to my surpri ...
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Share On Ice Bucket Challenge.
2014-8-28 16:53
On Ice Bucket Challenge.
It was not until my friend who lives in Vancouver, Canada, sent me a video with him dumping a bucket of ice water on his head, that I got to know about the famous Ice Bucket Challenge. I was targeted in the video and challenged to take an “icy shower” within 24 hours, or donate money to ALS organization. I thought it was just another prank of my friend, as I hardly could picture myself pouring ice water on myself while recording the whole process on camera. I was surprised to know later ...
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Share For music lovers. 汪峰演唱会的回忆。
2014-8-7 15:29
For music lovers. 汪峰演唱会的回忆。
If your work or study doesn’t eat up all your time, you can always find a lot of fun things to do in Beijing. Speaking about me, I would never have thought that after a couple of years living in Beijing I would find the Chinese music even more appealing than Western, well, at least some music. This Saturday there was the concert of one of the most popular and nationally loved Beijing-born singer Wang Feng 汪峰, (even my laptop keyboard recognizes his name) in the Olympic Stadium, Bird’s ...
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Share My very first post.
2014-8-6 20:45
My very first post.
Moving to another country does mean an enormous shift in your life. You start seeing things from totally different angle, change your habits and acquire new skills that are necessary to blend in the new surroundings. What is more, you are not willing to come back to your previous life that was stable and still, in the place (in my case, it was Russia) you once left to embrace the challenges of new and exciting life. I have resided in Beijing for almost 4 years. I first came to Beiji ...
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