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... Western Europe. And how the glorious revolution restored China to its rightful place as a proud and powerful nation. It was equal parts fascinating and chilling to see a mixture of fact and propaganda displayed in such a way.
Walking the length of the museum was truly tiring and we soon decided to head back to the hotel to rest before our afternoon visit to the Summer Palace.
... than the next – loads of small businesses everywhere you look and one particular street seemed to specialise in Jade and jewelry - not that I got a chance to look !
Decided to skip the street food stalls and go to a local restaurant that evening. Kevin had transcribed the Chinese for ‘Noodles’ and ‘Rice’ and checked them with ...
... we went was about 600 years old and has not been restored, which was really cool to see. We lucked out with warm weather and clear, blue skies - a perfect backdrop for this winding structure perched atop lush green mountain ranges.
We had three hours to explore the Wall and climbed a lot of stairs; many sections were quite steep. Stopping many times to take pictures, I left my favourite cardigan sweater somewhere up there. One word ...
... work, I haven't done too much exploring as it's been raining for nearly a week now, and I don't want to be caught out somewhere with this non-waterproof air cast on my foot. I did get the chance to revisit a hutong bar I haven't been to since I lived in Beijing in 2010. I went with a work friend to see some French jazz, and got to pick her brain about the lifestyle of people in her section at the embassy. I've also enjoyed some night walks, and ...
... aspect of life, if you can buy a car, when you can drive your car and where your children can be educated etc. So many rules and so many that are not obeyed. No one wears a seat belt or a helmet on a bike or motor bike and people smoke in restaurants even though they are not permitted to. It's *************cile the uniforms and constant references to the Communist Party with rampant capitalism, where Louis Vuitton and Rolex are the aspirational symbols of the ...