Aloft Beijing Haidian
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... an award for Most Ironically Titled Social Movement is overdue) was the protagonist of the perimeter's demise. Hence the gate serves more to remind of what might have been.
We gave the Mao-soleum a wide berth, snapped the obligatory shots of his giant-sized mug at the north end, and took our chances with the Gugong Bowuguan (Palace Museum), better known as the Forbidden City.
Hugeness really was the theme of the day. I had presumed the 'City' ...
... deliberately wide enough to land aircraft. We eluded to it briefly within our previous post but there are some cultural differences that struck us instantly from the outset. Firstly men holding their t-shirts up whilst strolling around the City. We discovered that this is them showing a sign of wealth - full fat belly shows they are rich and eat well - perfect, no stress about getting 6 packs! Secondly and most notably both men and women honking there guts up and spitting ...
... br> were Chinese Singing classes, and cultural lessons, focusing on the rich
traditions of the Chinese New Year. The fellow student leaders from Marcellin
College joined in with our girls in the singing classes, all trying their best
to project their tunes whilst singing in Chinese. And although some were a bit
shy, they all harmonized together beautifully. The Chinese New Year lesson, was
thoroughly enjoyed by the girls, taking note of the ...
... structures. After spending quite some times there, I went and walked up the huge hill and discovered several different structures. From those viewpoints, I had a great viewpoint on the giant lake and a tiny island located in front of Yi He Yuan. Keep in mind that this palace is really just the size of a large park. At the far top, there was a Buddhist temple with a gold plated statue of Buddha. In front was a wall, so I walked down a little to find this ...
Andy had more acupuncture last night, more big thick needles…… I’m administering sometimes too but only the thin ones that don’t hurt so much ;)
Whilst the guy was here, I’d been struggling to try to get i-tunes to work properly, and he told me that via baidu.com which is China’s version of google (google & China do not get on….!) and you can click on a music tab, like you would maps for example, ...