Empark Grand Hotel
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... or the other to enter the courtyard. This was to prevent good luck from leaving the home and bad luck from entering. All homes have a high threshold for the same reason. The higher your rank, the higher your threshold was allowed to be.
Only men acted in the operas and this man was famous for his renditions of young females. He was still doing those roles in his 60's! The operas are highly stylized so every stance, every hand gesture has great ...
... pay for goods. Our cards only work at three of the campus restaurants. The dumplings were awesome. We got this vinegar sauce, mixed garlic and chilli with it, and my lips were tingling for quite some time afterwards. We capped it off with a visit to the campus cafe, and somehow accidentally ordered one mocha coffee too many. Jake had the bright idea to offer it to another person who seemed interested in our group, but the idea got quite lost in the translation. Then it was time ...
... gardens too). Needless to say, if we were not tired of palaces/temples by this point in our trip, this definitely did the trick! We walked for about 1.5 hours through the temples and then made our way to the exit.
· We took the exit on the east side, near the southern entrance we purchased our tickets.
· Starting to feel hungry, we made ...
... queue” if you can even call it that (sorry no picture, but envision a group of people in an elongated mass formation) - basically it is as close to a queue as Chinese people can get into in Beijing (there is no sense of queues here). After merging into the hoard, we’re scolded by a western lady about how foreigners forget their manners when they travel. Apologizing for not knowing where ...
... the 1950's. Its a great place to spend a few hours browsing the galleries and having lunch. This is no Tacheles (the art "squat"in a disused factory in Berlin), its much more enjoyable (and much bigger), but it's interesting to see the parameters within which young Chinese artists work today and think how different that would have been 20 years ago. One of my interests are supper clubs around the world, and whilst "Black Sesame Kitchen" isn't quite a supper club it's ...