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... overtired. Moving about with you helps to rock and soothe baby, and so calm him down in preparation for bedtime. Driving Down A more modern option is "driving down". Most parents have heard of this trick, which basically involves putting your baby in his car seat and driving around for a while until he's asleep. Unfortunately this is rather inconvenient and uses up petrol, but if you're desperate, it's worth a try - it has a very high success rate. When my children were ...
... coming from various clans in the Guangdong region all with the Chen surname. This was after a man named Chen got 3rd place in the highest imperial examination and had conferred upon him a distinguished title. Someone then suggested that all the Chen's build a temple to sacrifice to the ancestors and encourage their offspring to study hard. The buildings served as short-term accommodation for family members when they ...
... now they rent it to upscale restaurateurs. If only this could happen naturally without the monopolistic undertones. But, it's because of the monopoly that it provides a genuine feeling of escape for the city-dweller in Foshan.
We didn't stay here after all, it was too busy. We went to a great Cantonese restaurant instead, which I liked better than the faux-western food on order in the village anyway. ...
The Opium Wars broke out in the 1840’s. China was brutally dismantled, and Guangzhou sputtered. A plague decimated the Guangzhou population in 1894. Japan captured the city in 1938, the worst of Guangzhou’s urban atrocities, suffering through until Japan was defeated in 1945.
Guangzhou featured in the conclusion of the Communist-Kuomintang civil war. In April 1949, the KMT nationalists set ...
... interesting to look at, but I do wish they had some English translations to help me.
I wasn't sure if the elevator ride would have any view out, and discovered that yes, it did - I was last in, so was standing hard up against the doors for the 428 m ascent - pretty impressive, and actually quite nice that it wasn't ALL open the whole way.
After having a wander around, I headed into Lide hoping for brunch. Found myself a decent coffee shop as well ...
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