Xi'an City Hotel
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Maggie, her English name, was thirteen and went to school five days a week 7.30am to 6pm. plus another half day and homework for good measure. She told me everbody in China studies that hard because they all wanted to get into the best schools. She didn't have time for the internet, despite her father being a computer engineer because she was busy with schoolwork. She was an only child and when I asked whether she thought it might be nice to ...
Chengdu to Xi'an by train is about as far west as you can go towards Tibet without the Chinese government wanting to know about it. The train journey wasn't as bad as we had been prepared for. Our carriage only had 12 people in it until around 4am, when the train stopped and filled up with people, it cut our sleep short, but we'd had a good few hours before then and that was an improvement on the overnight journeys we'd made before. We ...
... the site. After his death his son succeeded him to the throne and a revolution started. 4 years later the entire Qin Dynisty ended. The rebelling people of China entered the site, smashing the solders and burning the structures encasing the warriors. Archeologists are working to preserve and reconstruct the site to a likeness of its original design.
Before leaving the museum, we ...