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... the world, we witnessed a young lady who had donned a sheath with lettering, being escorted away by plain clothes officers. Later in the evening, while we (with Richard and younger brother, Trevor ungrudgingly ) were watching a Chinese Opera, 6 of the rest of the group were escorted en masse out of The Square during the 'flag lowering ceremony’ for taking photos. ...
... wall, the builders always tried to use local sources. When building over the mountain ranges, the stones of the mountain were exploited and used; while in the plains, earth was rammed into solid blocks to be used in construction. In the desert, even the sanded reeds and juniper tamarisks were used. ...
... in 1911 by her actions in previous years. Her young son ascended when her husband died at a young age and she would sit behind a curtain with her son in front to respond to official questions, giving the impression that the young emperor was making up his own mind. When he died at the age of 19, she slipped her nephew into his place and continued the charade until he rebelled so she imprisoned him within the summer palace walls. Her nickname was ...
... and international students. Although we had to pay 100 元 for the bus ride and event, I thought it would be worth it and decided to go with Carolyn. I met Carolyn at her dorm and we got dinner and milk tea. We met up at Beida's south gate and after twenty minutes of waiting boarded the buses to the event.
The ride took roughly another twenty minutes or so, and during the ride I began talking with one of the Chinese students, Cheng. After our ...
... birthday celebration for Mae- they even had a heart shaped candle! It was perfect- rain stopped so hit the streets again. Wandered to the Bell and Drum Towers. Beautiful old buildings used to tell time to the locals before there were clocks. Used water measuring contraptions to measure time. Amazing. They had these evil steep stairs going up each tower- our legs are gonna hurt tomorrow!
Found another big area of Hutongs but these have been converted ...
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