Gehua New Century Hotel
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... is called the "Cao Chang Di" Art District. This art district is not as slick as 798. It is still growing, still emerging but the quality of the work is very good. Artists enjoy huge gallery space and can host openings complete with catered meals and wine in courtyards attached to the individual gallery spaces. One show today featured textured white-on-white canvases against stark ...
... at three different locations around the “White House”. We told him that should entitle us to at least a quick visit inside, which he thought was very funny (today was the day that a couple of senior Chinese corporate chiefs (China Resource) had been arrested for misbehavior, so probably not the best environment in which to be mischievous!).
Following our “political” tour, we spent an hour riding through the old “hutongs” ...
... There are legs running all over the mountain tops, in every direction.
There are many access points, stairs running out of the wall, on the China side. These are so that those who work on the wall can leave the wall for supplies without needing to walk too far to an exit.
Many people died building this wall. The wall itself serves as their tomb.
People are constantly ...
... of shops and restaurants. We stumbled across a little shrine/museum that had many practitioners of various fortune-telling arts. My mom had a go; she had her health read by a woman who examined her hands. She was rather accurate and offered to do a fortune-telling, but that was 200 yuan, so we skipped it.
The YongHeGong Lama Temple is in this area as well (about a 5 minute walk from the
... temple, a Tibeten temple a few hundred years old that still has lama's. I am surprised to see so many Chinese praying at this temple, I thought communist were supposed to be atheist. My guide advised most people in China follow a religion and are more open in recent years. The guide showed me how to use the subway and now I can get anywhere one way for 60 cents and can get to the great wall without an expensive tour which stops at souvenir factories that does ...