Copenhagen Airport - named Kastrup. Thomas looking at the
terminal screens wearing his t-shirt from the student
Welcome to China - almost, first we had to cross the China
Border Control. Here we waited 45 mins until the Chinese
border guards changed gear to warp-speed.
Thomas and I shared hotelroom, and this is our view out of
the window - on a not too polluted day:-) The small houses
are the so-called hutons, the Chinese traditionally
housing in these parts of the country. In the distance on
the right you can see Beijings central railway station.
Imagine the traffic in Denmark; ZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzz.
Poland; could be better. In Moscow; very interesting. In
Beijing; extremely crazy. For example; our busdriver went
left round in a big rotary againt the traffic and now and
then we took a taxi. If we were to many for one taxi, we
took two. Because we couldn't speak Chinese, we said to
the last taxidriver; "Just follow the other
taxi". If you have seen James Bond, you know what
happened, overtaking on the inside, driving on the bicycle
lane, driving in front of other cars! The above pictures
is a side effect of that (not our taxi!!!).
Beijing Friendship Store = Buy Chinese things for
10 times the ordinary price (my friend). On the
sign there is written: "Caution - Wet
Us, eating and drinking Chinese Yangjing Beer - good be buy
the way. From right to left: Me, Klaus, Jens Åge and
Thomas. All in electrical engineering, except Klaus who
thinks chemistry is more interesting. We have tried to
explain him, but...
Couldn't help it. The central railway stations was so
beautiful at night!
A visit to Beijing Cement Plant Co. We are listening to a
spokesman from the plant - in Chinese interpreted to bad
English. But at least we got a lot of numbers..... as how
much they produce, how big they are.. how.... super
environmental... Very insteresting, but we didn't hear much
about how it worked:-(