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After a day at sea, we arrived in China. What a huge country this is! And if the Japanese are very polite, quiet and courteous, the Chinese are pushy and noisy. We heard that they learned to be so assertive (or aggressive) because there are so many of them (25 million souls in Beijing alone - the city formerly named Peking) that they have to fight their way through life. ...
... and every place is something special. Tiananmen Square,Fforbidden City, Silk Factory, Olympic Village, Great
Wall, Jade Factory, and Kung Fu performance just capture the essence of the city.
Lanie M: The past three days have been incredible. We've done so many amazing things I honestly don't know where to start. But my favorite thing we've done so far was the Great Wall, despite how many steep, uneven, and stupid stairs we had to climb. The forbidden city on ...
... Regis, people boxed me in and they were not doing anything with their lives either. Nobody bothered to ask what I wanted.
I was sicked of people telling me what to do. So, I decided to ditch them and run away to Beijing. I never been to Asia before in my life, but I knew that I was making the right decision.
When I got to Beijing, there were a bunch of people in my program who were well-off, especially those from privilege backgrounds. ...
... on taking us to the aquarium not the zoo for some reason. After much back and forth and negotiating the price down 20 yuan we were off from the Summer Palace.
We did start the day with a tour of the Imperial Summer Palace where they royal family stayed to avoid the heat of the Forbidden City. Since it was our last day, Mark decided to spike his hair with my styling gel. Walking through the courtyard of the Empress Dowager's (Mother of the Emperor) aka ...
... period of the Ming Dynasty. The character 'cuan' has the meaning of a stove and the villagers named it 'cuandixia' with the implication being, of a shelter to keep away the severe cold as well as the scourge of war. In the Qing Dynasty, it was a distributing center for businessmen and goods, so it was very prosperous during that time. Moreover, on the walls, remain the maxims of ...