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... world, and have been for the past decade.
Tension is bound to mount when too many first generation drivers with a horn, an overrated sense of accomplishment, and a lack of regard for street hierarchy, cruise on streets already crowded with rickshaws, pedicabs, scooters, motorbikes, bicycles, strollers, wheelchairs and pedestrians. There are 5 million cars in Beijing and the other 17 million people are yelling "Bi Zui!" (Shut Up). ...
... the 130 million bikes sold every year around the globe. According to the Earth Policy Institute, 90% of the bikes purchased in the US are made in China. Chinese use bicycles to transport everything – produce, building supplies, animals, furniture, appliances, trash, books, …
The transportation systems have a logical hierarchy – trains, trucks, vans, motorbikes, tricycles, bicycles, humans. It's not uncommon for ...
... I'm hoping we'll get to see more traditional music performances later.
There is yet another awesome part about touring with a group of grad students and a very well-known professor.
You get to break the rules.
While touring Zhi Hua Si, we were, of course, looking at the sculptures and murals and library-like shelves that held Sutras, but we wanted to go and look at the second floor of one of the buildings. This was strictly off-limits, ...
... is 3rd in import and 4th in export. He says that by 2015, China will reach $600 million US in import/export trade volume. He says that 44 Fortune 500 companies are based in Beijing. He also says that 80% of the 117 state owned businesses are based in Beijing. Total volume of import/export will exceed $380 billion US. In 2011, social retail consumption turnover will exceed 690 billion yuan. From this point on, Gang talks about ...
... of the people and their dynasties as a whole. Yet again, the scale is impossible to fully describe, but it’s probably about a mile from end to end.
We decided to wander to the South Entrance, exit there and hang a left, thinking that we would simply come to the subway entrance. But we didn’t, did we dear reader? Oh no, we walked and walked and walked, past yet more apartment buildings, run down shops and blokes out on the street ...