Wangfujing Youth Hostel
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... by the Tang Dynasty Court Music and Dance show. It was a bit overwhelming. A big colourful production, with about 100 tourists, all in Chinese and English. It was really spectacular, and seemed a bit much for our thin numbers. There were gorgeous costumes, singing, dancing, zither playing and some acrobatic Qigong. Even the Emperor attended! Lily fell asleep and I carried her back to her room.
Early start again tomorrow to beat the rush to the Terracotta ...
... down the street to find the Confucian temple and even participate in a little bunny craft we find on the street. It is a day of surprises, we keep walking down the hutong streets and find a trendy / traditional street of hutong shops with small restaurants and retailers. We end up near hoahi again and find a cab back to liudauko. What a great wrap up to the week, a big day of great finds ...
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We stepped out this morning with a brief glimmer of hope of sunshine. We definitely saw the sun and then it elusively disappeared without promise of returning for days. We decided to bike around the back lakes again. This time we rented the bike for longer and decided to make a few stops.
We took a long stop at the home of Soong Ching-ling, wife and widow of Sun ...
... back to Beijing next summer.
Last week I wrote an email to the director of UMKC Law China program director. The three week program is in partnership with Peking University, the most prestigious university in China. Since Peking University (it feels strange to call it 'Peking University', we always call it by its Chinese nickname 'Bei Da') is in our neighborhood I wanted to see if I could meet with the professor and discuss the summer program. The ...
... much of the info got retained though. We reach the top of the cable car and the view is spectacular in all directions, in front I can see the great wall winding it's way up the mountain and behind us the view of smaller towns surrounded by mountains. As we start to walk along the wall I notice we have to keep a very close eye on the kids as there are very steep steps without rails, broken stones and uneven ...