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... Shanghai’s premier business districts, which is anything but peaceful and tranquil. The contrasts were amazing to see (especially the architecture), but the temple contains some sights of its own. The Sakyamuni Buddha, known as the first Buddha of Buddhism, is the largest sitting jade Buddha in China and is made from Myanmar white jade. The Peace Bell weighs more than seven tons, and its ring lasts for more than three minutes. Sebastian? He jumped right in and ...
... anytime and anywhere. Maybe that's what the Hock-a-Loogey's' are for to clean up after the babies and toddlers.
Third Observation is people just throw their litter away in the streets rather than holding it and throwing it in a trash can even if the trash can is close by. We witnessed this in all the cities we visited...Although I must say we did not see it on the Great Wall ...
... run by the government newspapers, as are the news channels. Frustrating when you read something on the BBC news website that has been blocked for example. We have a VPN so we can get around some things, like the Facebook ban.
Something that’s come to mind talking to friends the other night, how incredible our brains are in coping with a sudden onslaught of new information – certainly over the last year, but ...
... him a hand with reading and writing too.
The run up to meeting him was pretty annoying, because he's very Chinese in the way that he bombards me with emails of questions that could alone asked and answered in one go, yet are separated more or less one to an email. As is the Chinese way, all questions are written in a very direct ...
... but this didn't seem to fit the bill - however, we were a bit tight on time anyway and wanted to get seeing the sights so politely declined. Yet they became more and more insistent and it turned out the museum we were heading to was in the same direction as they were headed for tea so they walked with us for a few minutes. The next thing we knew we were in a tea shop and being charged a fortune for a cup of tea! No thank you - we're out of ...