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Second full day in Beijing. Definitely a full day packed with spending 2 hours finding Tiananmen Square in the morning, climbing (literally climbing) the Great Wall, long bus rides, national hand crafts and of course gettin; jiggy.

Today has to be the most physically intense day.... ever. After climbing the Great Wall, a massage was definitely needed, but instead we had to see what the night life in Beijing was like. After much deliberation of where or what to do, we headed down the block to a near by disco? Confusion, frustration, hype, fun, socially awkward and of course boundary crossing were all mixed together to create one freaking awesome recipe for AWESOMENESS.

Here are some of my highlight pictures of the day! Enjoy! (there really were too many.. I should probably start uploading to Picasa)

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Early morning calligraphy

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Toilet business

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Up!

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Om nom nom nom :)

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Epic to the max!

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Emma and Ushpi on the Great Wall

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Wedding on the Great Wall?? Wow.

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Wokin' it!

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This is actually my favorite of the day.

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And of course, the best looking UMD Business and Economics in China group.

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