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... from a place where pedestrian is king; it takes some getting used to being honked at constantly. But at least I get this. 10 million cars and motorbikes can't afford to be polite and wait for the other 10 million pedestrians to cross the street. If western traffic etiquette ruled here every street and alley would be forever grid locked. I see this as a great example of urban evolution. Like it or not, pedestrians are lowest on the right-of-way totem pole. I would like to ...
... though....they all have air conditioning.... Amazing...there are no gutters, plumbing, some don't have windows, just cardboard covering wholes in the wall....but there on the wall is the LG air conditioner... Also the car out the front.... Usually less than 5 years old.... We spoke (I should say Ken did, I just ni hou, and nod) to a couple of people, had some egg rolls wafer, from a street market guy, he just cooked them....in the coals... Everyone is ...
... and political center of Chinese government.
Built in 1406 to 1420, the complex consists of 980 buildings and covers 720,000 m2 (7,800,000 sq ft). The Forbidden City was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987 and is listed by UNESCO as the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world. The Forbidden City is surrounded by a 7.9 metres (26 ft) high city wall, and a 6 metres (20 ft) deep by 52 metres (171 ft) wide moat. These walls served as ...
... hotels address in my hand and he took it and woudnt give it back. after negotiating with some hei ches who were charging way too much we found a legitimate cab to take us home. We just hung out at the hotel after we got back. A few people wanted to go to KTV but we were all either too tired or too cheap. So ended our final night in China. It was a lot of fun and really glad I was able to set Lauren and tommy again (even though Tommy took my ...
... the U.S. and UK, the phrase dim sum is often used in place of yum cha; in Cantonese, dim sum refers to the wide range of small dishes, whereas yum cha, or "drinking tea", refers to the entire meal. And as you can tell, we enjoyed a plethora of dim sum, drank tea and shared some laughs. That, after all, is the quintessential definition of friendship is it not? Bon ...