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... its call. It is one of 4 grand mosques in China, and a traditional focus for the 50 000 muslims in Xian.
Our time was waning in Xian, but a special night was waiting to enamour the interest of the group. The Tang Dynasty Show was full of exotic costumes, which only helped to enhance the sets, and the wonderful skills of the performers. The performance was of Chang'an music and ...
... did ballroom dancing, or tai chi. There were guys cracking whips to make tops spin, and others playing a hacky sack type of game with weighted feathered objects. A band of brass and woodwinds played a well known folk tune, while hundreds of people sang along. A Christian group was singing alleluias, and others line-danced to music from a boom box. There was so much activity and so much socializing in the park, we have never seen anything ...
... away from the middle east I found not only similar foods but the continuity of something that is much more difficult to export. On Chinese bodies I could track behaviors that were typical of other places. I spent many hours walking in this quarter, evening after evening. And between a snack and the other I kept asking myself what are the ingredients of a human being. There is a body, exterior expression of our internal genetic design. ...
... the three best boys. After that, they said that I was the best at it... go figure, right> Nerdy white girl who has never been in a fight is the best at martial arts :P
Calligraphy was great, too! The teacher called my paintings " "Hen PiaoLiang", aka, very beautiful.
I'll have more to type later, see you guys!!! ...
... and Tang. The Chinese trace its lineage back even futher to the mythical Yellow Emperor who made Xianyang his capital (2200-1700 BC). Xi'an peaked during the Tang dynasty when its position at the eastern end of the Silk Road transformed it into a bustline metropolis, luring foreign merchants and faiths including Nestorian Christians, Muslims, Zoroastrians, Manicheans ...