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... br> instruments. The "conductor" of the band plays a drum and
something that sounds like a cowbell and is in charge of the pace of
the show. The opera consisted of 3 short stories which were parts of
longer, popular Chinese folk tales. The first story was about a man
who wanted to stay at an inn. While he was sleeping, the man who
operated the inn tried to kill him. Most of the scene was the two men
looking for each other in a "pitch black" room ...
... wasn’t all massages and shopping. We spent one full day exploring the city. First stop was the Olympic centre to see the famous birds next stadium and aquacube swimming centre. Those two structures are pretty impressive up close. The summer palace was also on the sightseeing destination list as it was recommended by the Danes. We took a rickshaw from the subway to the palace. Had a little stroll around but secretly just wanted to get to the ...
... and double-takes I've collected throughout this single day I'm going to guess that those males typically have hair shorter than the females. For those who don't know me in person, my hair is only shoulder-length but rather wavy and noticeable. Except for one gentleman we noticed working in a bar later on, male hair appears to be worn slightly shaggy at the longest. The onlookers seemed less disturbed when I tied my hair back in a low ponytail, but occasionally I'd still ...
... strove to build a strong and prosperous country for the well-being of the people. The exhibition therefore clearly demonstrates the historical course of the Chinese people of choosing Marxism, the CPC, the socialist road and the reform opening-u policy, and China’s firm determination in building socialism with Chinese characteristics through adherence to this great banner, this special road and this theoretical ...
... with just enough time to pick up a few fancy gifts. We were in so much of a hurry, that we were not even fazed by the many arms and hysteric voices that acted like sirens, trying to lure us in to their island of Chinese treasure. Excessively bartering with one of the shopkeepers, we hastily purchased some very elegant Chinese souvenirs for quite cheap. We met up with the rest of the group with time to spare and took the bus to dinner to a Hot Poc. A Hot ...
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