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Don’t Miss Out On A Bethel Service Trip

By Zachary K., Loyola University Maryland, TBC Fall 2019 Student “Ok! We have to stop playing with the kids now. If we stay any longer the kids will be TOO EXCITED to go to sleep tonight.” Try to imagine making someone this happy – so happy that they can’t even fall asleep. This is what…

The True Silk Road Excursion Bible

By Zachary K., Loyola University Maryland, TBC Fall 2019 Semester Abroad Student THE SILK ROAD – the most famous, by far the LONGEST, and arguably the most influential trade routes in the history of the world. Just let that sink in for a minute, and then you can go ahead and keep reading.   In the…

Gubei Watertown

Gubei Watertown By Nicole M., Loyola Marymount University, TBC Summer 2019 Intern Abroad Student If you’re looking for an escape from the city, spend a weekend in Gubei Watertown. Located just a two-hour drive from Beijing, the town is made up of traditional architecture, greenery, and not to mention an endless number of doorways to…

How to Navigate the Market

How to Navigate the Market By Nicole M., Loyola Marymount University, TBC Summer 2019 Intern Abroad Student 1) Make a list of items you want to purchase beforehand Don’t make the mistake of leaving with items you don’t need. The salesmen are excellent at enticing you to buy their products if not for you, as…

Most Instagrammable places in Beijing

Most Instagrammable places in Beijing By Nicole M., Loyola Marymount University, TBC Summer 2019 Intern Abroad Student 1) 798 Art Zone The 798 Art Zone is home to a variety of galleries and artist studios. While walking the streets you can find murals, statues, and graffiti caked walls. 2) CCTV Building Located in Beijing’s Central…

Una colombiana muy oriental

March 13, 2019 – originally posted on https://issuu.com/pujaveriana/docs/hoy_en_la_javeriana_enero-febrero_2  By Martín Pineda Gaviria Paula Andrea González, estudiante de Ingeniería Civil, recibió el más alto reconocimiento del Centro de Estudios Chinos de Beijing por su destacada participación en la misión Matteo Ricci, S.J. La estudiante de Ingeniería Civil, de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Paula Andrea González Mojica, fue…

Matteo Ricci’s Tomb Visit

Some Ricci scholar students and a theology-religions class at TBC visited Matteo Ricci’s tomb in Zhalan Cemetery. The cemetery is located in the heart of Beijing on the Haidan district side, in the “backyard” of a Communist Party school. It was a bit strange in the beginning to think about why and how did Matteo…

2019 TBC Student’s Spring Break!

TBC Student’s had the chance to travel around Asia and or a few countries outside of Asia during their spring break. Here’s a quick synopsis of their week-long trips on their opportunity to venture out and explore the neighboring countries of China and other countries that they touched base at! 1.Eamonn H. (Marquette University) –…