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  • Where did the time go? Only one month left until I leave this city, and the closer I get to my return date, the more I’m wondering: have I made the most of my trip? is there anything I’ve missed? what lies ahead for me when I return? ⁣
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Regardless of the answers to those questions, all of my experiences throughout this trip have been priceless. And I’m happy to have been able to share everything with y’all so far.⁣
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For the rest of my trip, I plan on spending time with the people I’ve grown close to, completing my work as efficiently as possible, and eating all of the dishes that I’m definitely going to miss back in the states. ⁣
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What are you currently working on? And what helps you stay focused/motivated?
  • Where did the time go? Only one month left until I leave this city, and the closer I get to my return date, the more I’m wondering: have I made the most of my trip? is there anything I’ve missed? what lies ahead for me when I return? ⁣

    Regardless of the answers to those questions, all of my experiences throughout this trip have been priceless. And I’m happy to have been able to share everything with y’all so far.⁣

    For the rest of my trip, I plan on spending time with the people I’ve grown close to, completing my work as efficiently as possible, and eating all of the dishes that I’m definitely going to miss back in the states. ⁣

    What are you currently working on? And what helps you stay focused/motivated?
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  • The Temple of Heaven (Chinese: 天壇; pinyin: Tiāntán) was constructed from 1406 to 1420 during the reign of the Yongle Emperor, who was also responsible for the construction of the Forbidden City

The Emperors would go here from the Forbidden City (around 6kms) to offer prayers

Also called the Altar of Heaven, the most sacred place for supplication to Shangdi, the Lord of heaven. It is also the Temple of the Moon, and Altar of Agriculture

#templeofheaven #beijing #china #chinesenewyearinbeijing #chinesenewyear2019 #yearofthepig #piggiesatbeijing (Feb 3, 2019)
  • The Temple of Heaven (Chinese: 天壇; pinyin: Tiāntán) was constructed from 1406 to 1420 during the reign of the Yongle Emperor, who was also responsible for the construction of the Forbidden City

    The Emperors would go here from the Forbidden City (around 6kms) to offer prayers

    Also called the Altar of Heaven, the most sacred place for supplication to Shangdi, the Lord of heaven. It is also the Temple of the Moon, and Altar of Agriculture

    #templeofheaven #beijing #china #chinesenewyearinbeijing #chinesenewyear2019 #yearofthepig #piggiesatbeijing (Feb 3, 2019)
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  • Frozen moat around the Forbidden City. The beauty of Beijing in winter when the skies are clear. #beijing
  • Frozen moat around the Forbidden City. The beauty of Beijing in winter when the skies are clear. #beijing
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  • La Cité interdite (aussi appelée Musée du Palais) va ouvrir ses portes aux visiteurs pendant la nuit, et ce gratuitement et pour la première fois depuis 94 ans que le site est ouvert aux visites. Une foire de lanternes s’y tiendra les soirs des 20 et 21 février. A cette occasion, les bâtiments de la Cité interdite seront illuminés et le Palais impérial ouvrira pour la première fois ses portes durant la nuit. Les billets pour la fête des Lanternes ont été mis en réservation dimanche sur son site officiel, et se sont retrouvés épuisés en un rien de temps. #photooftheday #photo #journalism #china #citeinterdite #beijing
  • La Cité interdite (aussi appelée Musée du Palais) va ouvrir ses portes aux visiteurs pendant la nuit, et ce gratuitement et pour la première fois depuis 94 ans que le site est ouvert aux visites. Une foire de lanternes s’y tiendra les soirs des 20 et 21 février. A cette occasion, les bâtiments de la Cité interdite seront illuminés et le Palais impérial ouvrira pour la première fois ses portes durant la nuit. Les billets pour la fête des Lanternes ont été mis en réservation dimanche sur son site officiel, et se sont retrouvés épuisés en un rien de temps. #photooftheday #photo #journalism #china #citeinterdite #beijing
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