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... Chinese city that dates back to 11-12 centuries BC. The Bronze Age culture which inhabited it was re-discovered in 1987 when archaeologists excavated many amazing artifacts. The culture that produced these artifacts is now known as the Sanxingdui Culture, and archeologists are identifying it with the ancient kingdom of Shu. There are amazing bronze sculptures and these incredible masks. There are all sorts of jade artifacts and ...
... life entailed. Sophie grew up on a farm, 2 hours from Lijiang in Yunnan Province, and until 1996 wore traditional clothing and rode a horse to school. As her family is from a minority group, after having two girls they were allowed to have a third child, luckily having a boy to help with the farm. With limited finances, Sophie was the 'lucky' one of her family to attend university, and now lives in Lijiang, ...
... the place still holds, despite it all.
Dating from 713 AD, the Leshan Buddha had suffered from industrial pollution in recent years, and after we had queued for what felt like hours, we began working our way down the narrow steps that zig-zagged the full length of the statue. At every turn, a new vision of this vast statue emerged – an elongated earlobe, a peaceful half-closed eye, a shoulder with greenery sprouting from its apex – and slowly the fact that we ...
Today, I took bus no. 18 to the Chengdu Zoo. I got up, cleaned up, dropped by the Obama store (I'll elaborate later), and walked to the bus stop.
The bus stop was on the other side of the river almost directly opposite the school. I only had to wait about 5 minutes for my bus, and after that, I found an empty seat immediately.
My taking the bus in China was a really big step for me, because I generally hate taking the bus no matter where I am. ...
... who was standing outside the bus, by asking him to check our ticket and make sure we were getting on the right bus. As he read our tickets he was muttering not so under his breath about stupid foreigners who couldn’t read their own tickets.
There was assigned seating on the bus, and we ended up in the very back row. Our best guess is that this was because we bought our tickets so early, but maybe we could have requested seats and ...