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... Beijing, through torrential rain. We'd asked whether it would be possible to go and see the Birds Nest at the Olympic Park so our obliging driver Mr Tall took a detour. It was ever so slightly wet, as you can probably tell from the photo but still impressive. This evenings entertainment is a Kung Fu show leaving in 10 minutes so for now I will say goodnight, and keep your fingers crossed that the tropical rain disappears ...
... jade, sculpting statues and jewelry and all sorts of stuff. They served us lunch (lots of fried things - not nearly as good as our locals place from yesterday) and then we had plenty of time to do lots of buying . . . And we had lots of help from the clerks who were very anxious to give us good prices for their jade pieces . . Jojo did not need any jade . .
And then - we had one more stop to make . At the Sacred Way of the Ming ...
Yesterday was phenomenal. Long day but weather great. Prior to us arriving they had 10 straight days of rain our guide informed us. Ming tombs was awesome, beautiful and rich in history. Carla has been enduring my questions and is outstanding historian. We have learned much of the 500 years of rule by the last 24 emperors of China in the Ming and Quing ...
... Since it was Saturday, the park was filled with people, spread out in their own little niches. We saw a bunch of young adults playing a type of hackey sack that seemed just a bit more majestic and impressive because they would kick the sack from behind their backs. There was also a ping pong-badminton type game without any nets that several people were playing. Other groups were practicing tai chi or kung fu (with and without swords). ...
... some Emperors were much enamoured with the Tibetan version of Buddhism. I’ve decided not to ask Bin about Tibet as it’s probably another topic the Chinese don’t want to talk about or maybe it’s one of those things about which they are not told.
One topic the Chinese do want to talk about is the one child policy and the English TV channel has discussions about the consequences of this, particularly in ...