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... is the emperor's number. On display were also stone tablets used during the ceremony with writing in both Chinese and original Manchu and also a sacrificial table for making (non-human) offerings to the gods. The emperor would have too spend a month in the palace of abstinence prior to taking part in the rituals. The temple is made up of three parts. The first an enormous, raised circular stone area with a domed stone in the centre where the emperor stood, ...
... the second time - he barked at me. Barked like a dog and then meowed at me. It was all in good fun and as we walked away he followed us all barking and trying to make us laugh. Someone bought something from him and then later I ran back and gave him money, because his entertainment was worth something. And he was trying to earn his living. He was a delightful memory.
Next we went to the Honqiao Market. There is a ...
Before we began the dictation, I immediately asked what number one was. Anthony and Bethany snapped at me to slow down. Everyone was still getting their notebooks out.
After the dictation, the French-Lebanese guy John looked over the words and was mad that he missed one. I yelled, "John, it is just a dictation." Our laoshi laughed. For the actual lecture, I was so slow with the new grammar. John had to explain to me. Stupid me.
... through and looking at all of the different artwork.
At one of the galleries, the owners had 2 white, fluffy dogs that I REALLY wanted to pet, but Wei wouldn't let us. He then told us that in Beijing, depending on which ring of the city you live in, there is a limit on the number of dogs you can own and also on the weight/size of the dog. These 2 were probably the size of a golden retriever, and they were by far the biggest dogs we ...
... grab a pair of shoes. I like this bargaining game. I think I'm fairly good at it but Dad thinks i push too hard for a couple of dollars here and there. I think that's part of it, but i end up giving the extra 2 dollars because I now feel like a miser.
Nanluoguxian is one of the oldest and well maintained hutongs in Beijing. It's over 700 years old and it is an evening and nightlife hidden gem. Like the hutong in the French Concession in ...