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Sunday I did a day trip with the Chinese Cultural Center here in Beijing with one of my colleagues.
The trip was to one of the ancient Chinese villages in the mountain sides outside of Beijing. The village dates back to the Ming and Qing Dynasties . It is the only village near Beijing that is listed as a National Village Architectural Reserve.
The day started bright and early meeting up at one of the hotels to head on the bus. ...
... we attended the performance of the Beijing acrobats. Truly amazing. Has to be seen to be believed. The skill of these performs is unbelievable. The highlight was the last act with the cage of death performance. A large sphere shaped cage is brought out into the stage and a motorbike rider enters the small door and commences to loop his vehicle around the cage. One by one, more riders enter until 5 are all in the cage. It was such a hair ...
... the next day to catch the Bullet Train to Xi’an.
The train station was manic as it was the start of a national holiday and long weekend due to the ‘Moon Cake Festival’. We survived the masses and after an Olympic style start to get through the ticket gates first we settled into our 1st class seats on the train. The seats were roomy, comfortable and the train traveled at 300km/hr pretty amazing. In terms of punctuality the train was ...
... this for the rest of the group, especially with a 3-4 hour drive through the countryside to Yangchun.
After dinner, we were dropped at the hotel at 7pm. We are exhausted and will be going to bed soon. Last night Sandy and Tess slept through the night but I was up at 3am and couldn't fall back asleep. I am hoping today's activities will knock me out for a full night's sleep and prepare us for the Great Wall tomorrow!
... Forbidden City. The square itself is huge and surrounded at every side by Communist buildings. There were lots of young Chinese men in military uniform all over the square all looking very serious!!. In the distance the initial gate building from the Forbidden City can be seen above the trees. The Forbidden City is the quintessential Chinese palace, with red walls and extremely detailed decoration on every building and courtyards upon courtyards of it. A few of the Chinese ...