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... metres. Hanging to the cliff by using rocks, hidden supports and wooden structures, the temple worships Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism. It then took us a few hours to drive to Wutai Shan. The last part of the drive was through winding roads up the mountains. At points there were cows grazing beside the road and all over the mountains. Many of the mountains though were completely forest covered with coniferous trees. This is different from some ...
... thought Li garden was a little unkempt for the price that you pay for the ticket. Zili village was alright though the ticket price was lower and the buildings were more impressive. Still, it was cool to pretend you were a rich Chinese immigrant who had come back home with lots of money made abroad, wandering through the grounds.
I arrived at lunch time to Li garden and ordered some tofu for lunch. Shouldn't be that difficult. Just say ...
Will and I spent the day in Tianjin Fireign Language School with Bruce Cooper, the lovely Centre Principal. We delivered a workshop on Reading Strategies and Promoting Oral Communication in the afternoon, and then Bruce and Bill, the lovely English and History, took ...
... the best kept. Also the most touristy. However the interiors are a bit less interesting than the one in the Lin Villa.
4) Li Garden. Nothing special. I think they tried to reproduced the garden in Suzhou but didn’t get any close.
5) Chikan. The town (where my hostel was) must have been gorgeous when all the building where new. They have cinema studios here and you can visit them so I had a quick look around.
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... After a delicious lunch of prawns, sesame chicken, lotus root and pig trotters (I passed on that delicacy!) mushrooms, catfish, sweet and sour ribs with rice and corn and egg soup we continued on to the next village of San Men Li, Three Gate Village. Here we saw an inhabited village of houses built very close to each other. Ladies were sitting outside their houses selling herbs and fruit, including dried mandarin peel (very good for the lungs and clearing Damp). One elderly ...