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... second in power.
There have been 12 dynasties in China's history. In 1911, they got their first president. And then - Chairman Mao as of 1949. Now People's Republic of China.
Communist party has taken over the country. Called the Great Leap Forward. 1958-1961. Everything was done for the common good. All meals would be provided by the commune - free of charge. Problem was that there was no incentive to ...
... side for traffic going different ways
So - there were surely lots of people and many villages lost to this construction project. The people were given four choices as to what they could do
1. Move to one of the big cities. In this case, the children were guaranteed a factory job
2. The government would move their entire village to a higher spot with similar farming opportunities
3. Farmers ...
... I wonder what they were thinking. The Tibetans live in modest, humble places. The Chinese are building huge, square, high rise buildings everywhere! Changing the landscape for sure . . . If you were to return to Lhasa in five or six years time, what would you see?
As we rode to the airport, we enjoyed the beautiful scenery out both sides of bus. Only 20 people on the bus, of course. We sent some of our folks on the ...
... 3! Then Penny blew out the candle that was sitting in the middle of the rug.
THEN IT'S CAKE TIME!! Delicious cake with homemade whipped topping and an orange glaze :) I am pretty sure that birthday's are only celebrated like this at our school. Public schools in China are much more strict and I cannot imagine them taking time out of their day to eat cake and have family visit.
We have two more birthday tomorrow! This means two whole cakes in one day...oh boy!
... of the trip so far, everyone was exhausted and wanted a nice shower and unpack before our private dinner on board. We board The Victoria Anna early where most groups have a dinner in town (to save on expense) - want to bet it’s Chinese food? Then board about 7pm. This gives us a chance to get to know the boat, have a drink in the bar – change cabins or upgrade before others have boarded, get your laundry ready for housekeepers ...