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We took an overnight train from Beijing to Shanghai on the 28th. Once again, I was surprised at how modern and first world China is. The train was immaculately clean, the cabin comfortable, and we left on time, 9:36PM. There were four sleeper trains leaving within half an hour from each other which goes to show the volume of travel between the two …
... deer horns and penis-supposedly good for males!
The herbs can be bought individually, and given as gifts or used for preventative medicine-kind of like taking a multi vitamin; or you can see a TCM doctor who may prescribe a concoction of herbs to be infused in a tea or soup and taken daily.
The typical Chinese worker or migrant worker cannot afford this-upper middle class and wealthy only!
Enjoy the photos while sipping a cup of ...
A constant theme of my journey has been the union of the modern and the traditional that is so fundamental to today's China. Thursday was the festival of Qingming, which is usually translated as "Tomb Sweeping Day". Millions of Chinese honour their deceased relatives at their graves, and burn offerings at their graves. They burn items that Chinese believe the deceased will need in the afterlife, and paper money has always been the most popular item. However, I was amused to ...
... the street is
People’s Square. It’s a park filled with a bit of artsy statues and trees. This was the only place where you can find any kind of peace in Shanghai. You can still hear the horns honking in the background, but they are definitely not as loud. The nature and trees do a good job of blocking everything out. On the other end of Nanjing Road is the ...
... everything was still in Chinese. Fortunately the security guard could talk us through it, and we ended up with 1700 RMB.
A$1 = 6 Yuan
1Yuan = 17c
A 5-minute walk through the airport brought us to the Maglev (Magnetic Levitation)Ticket office. The magnev is a system of transportation that uses magnetic levitation to suspend, guide and propel vehicles from magnets rather than using mechanical methods, such as ...
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