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... is called the "Cao Chang Di" Art District. This art district is not as slick as 798. It is still growing, still emerging but the quality of the work is very good. Artists enjoy huge gallery space and can host openings complete with catered meals and wine in courtyards attached to the individual gallery spaces. One show today featured textured white-on-white canvases against stark ...
Well, what can I say. It really is a different world, although Cate doesn't think so. She mentioned this as we drove down a country road and looked out the window at a woman selling mops by the side of the road. Yeah, cause that's what we see in Canada.
The city has been a bit overwhelming and basically no one speaks English. However, we seem to be getting by. Everyone is very friendly ...
... three chefs carved up very fatty ducks into bite-sized pieces which we then wrapped in paper thin pancakes along with sliced scallions and hoisin sauce.
The food was pleasant enough, but honestly, we've had the same quality or even better at our Chinese restaurants at home. In fact, the duck isn't as fatty, and instead of pancakes, our restaurants serve small buns, which absorb the grease a little bit ...
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... Don't worry about it" Dad thought it was so funny. But the Temple was lovely. The view was amazing. You were able to see everything. The forbidden city was so big and to see it all was just breath taking.
After the temple Dad and I went to the biggest fast food restaurant in the world. It was a KFC because the Chinese love KFC but it sure was an interesting experience. After the KFC Dad and I went to a market. Dad and I loved the market. We spent so much money ...