Jill and I finally arrived at the health check building and went in to it.
There was a massive sign, in English and Mandarin, explaining what to do and how to go about getting your check up.
We started at the check in desk, since we are smart like that instead of going somewhere else first, and signed in.
They took her paperwork, checked her in, and sent her off to have her blood taken.
She did this quickly, with me taking pictures and no one seeming to mind that, which surprised me because most government places in China won’t allow you to take pictures since they want to keep things understandably private. Especially regarding a medical office and medical check ups.
I decided I’d follow Jill around and try to document the experience and let people know what they are up for and what to do if they ever need to do this health check.