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... Garden but it is a working Mosque. It was strange to see they pray to the West. Think about it, it took a few minutes for the penny to drop. The area is fantastic with all the shops you would expect to see in a Muslim market and built like one as well. The people are all Chinese as they are descended from the Muslim Traders from 600 years ago. The architecture is definitely Chinese.
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... is don't get ill in China...trying to explain to the doctor you have a throat infection is hard work. I'm pretty sure all Chinese people think we are clever enough to know Chinese too. We will say something in English and they will be in your face speaking back in chinese. Thank god for google translate. 24th April - we booked a tour called the Delux tour that allowed us to see most of the sites in Xian. We meet 3 Americans from ...
... couch where I sit up watching movies until some ungodly hour of the morning. Hey, they have several Movie Channels and a huge flat screen TV which is not something I'm prepared to waste. They live across the river where there are now many HUGE apartment complexes. They have their ...
... a few golden Buddhas on display as well as wall art made of carved jade and wood. The detail in the carvings is precise and I wonder how long it would have taken to create this. With so much more to see we head back to the car for the trip out of town to see the Terracotta Warriors. Before long we pull up to the museum and our guide arranges our tickets. We pass through the gates and jump in a trolley that takes us to Pit 1. It's huge! I guess I didn't fully understand ...
Emperor Qing Shi Huong was the most influential emperor who unified the China regions, established a single currency and made a single writing script. He also ordered 700,000 laborers to build his mausoleum in 221 B.C. To this day his tomb has not been opened.
The clay warriors were found by chance by a famer, Mr. Yao, while digging a new well. He found a clay helmut. Not knowing its significance, he banged on it to ...