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... to see pandas in the wild now so this is a place to see them in their 'natural’ surroundings rather than in a zoo. I saw adult pandas, teenage pandas and panda cubs – including one that had been born just two weeks ago! They were all so cute, and just sat there chilling out and eating bamboo. Apparently they have to eat for the majority of every day because they don’t digest much of what they eat. And then I guess they sleep for ...
Today we went to the Giant Buddha in Leshan. The bus to Leshan was easy but the small bus from the station to the Buddha was very packed and I struggled to stand up. We walked up to Buddha's head where we had lunch; a bowl of noodles Sichuan style i.e. incredibly hot! We then joined the queue to walk down by the side of the buddha. Foolishly we are here on a Chinese national holiday and the place is literally teaming with Chinese tourists. ...
... lonely planet book that if you want something other people are eating that its acceptable to just point at it to the waitress, so I did this to the table behind us and their entire table pretty much turned to look at me, and the waitress was looking beyond their table confusedly, after a few seconds of rocking the 'desperate tourist wanting something so I'll keep pointing repeatedly until you get what we mean' technique everyone figured out what we meant, the waitress told us it ...
The number one thing I feel is a great sense of gratitude at actually being given the priviledge of experiencing true traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in action. It is one thing to study books and see 2-3 patients a day in San Diego's PCOM clinic as an intern. Here TCM is married to Western medicine (WM) and both of them are used by the doctors. This is as it should be to get the best care for a patient. There are some things WM is ...
... teahouse culture of Chengdu we found out that the atmosphere in these houses vary greatly from obnoxiously noisy to peaceful and relaxed. Weirdly enough the teahouse in the Zen Temple was by far the noisiest one of all that we visited. (see video)
What the Chinese do in the teahouses is everywhere the same: drinking green tea out of bottomless cups, nibbling on snacks (preferably sunflower seeds whose shells get spit out everywhere), playing card or board ...