We’re now at the second major destination of our trip: Xi’an – the cultural capital of China. While it is located quite far inland, away from all the major coastal cities, it contains a significant chunk of China’s historical sites and artifacts – Xi’an was actually the imperial capital of China for 13 dynasties, Beijing wasn’t the capital until much later.
We’ve arrived in Beijing.
Our mass migration into the Grand Central apartments is complete, thus making it the new hippest place to be in Alameda. To celebrate, we hosted a house-warming party and invited some of the staff to check it all out.
Okay, this has absolutely nothing to do with Grand Central, but I’ll include it first anyways. My peers forming “2008.” We sort of look like the Beijing 2008 Olympics logo…
While we were pulling a late night study session at Keil, hunger got the best of us around 1:00 am, so we decided to cook up some Shin Ramen we found among the Keil Bros’ stash…
How a normal person does the late night snack: