Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Real Live Diplomacy In Action
Is it strange that I've made more political sightings here in Beijing than I did when living in our own nation's capital? Nonetheless, I was on a bus yesterday after running errands when we suddenly came to a stop and stayed that way for about 20 minutes. Which is a really long time when you think about it. Especially on a bus. Anyway, it turns out it was Ehud Olmert visiting the Olympic Village which is only about a block or two north of my apartment building. Normally, I hate that kind of traffic tie-up, but for him, I would stop anytime.
posted by Rachel @ 5:04 PM  
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