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Most people will know that Qingdao is famous for its beer. Well apart from the beer it also hosted the sailing for the 2008 Olympics and happen to be steeped in history during various periods of occupation by the Germans and the Japanese. A lot of the historic buildings in Qingdao are built in European style and left behind by the Germans. It was a little surreal to walk down the streets of the Badaguan area and you would ...
... stare at you, and it annoys me that's why I like it up on the top bunk I can get away from it, it can get a bit noisy at times and I can't really sleep during the day but the lights go off at 10 PM and it becomes really quiet. So I trip takes us from Hohhot down to Tsingtao there we take a train to shezhen and then cross the border to Hong Kong, from Hong Kong we fly to Singapore. We will roughly spent about two weeks in Singapore and fly to Bangkok for a week. On our way back ...
... We managed to drive up a neighborhood street where my driver parked the van in yet another construction site. After a couple of false starts, we managed to find a rocked trail leading near a local dam. We followed the trail around the edge until we found the entrance to Jiguang Cave.
Jiguang Cave is a small "cave" basically built underneath a large hanging rock. The “cave” is rather new and built as a memorial to one of the many gods. The ...
... been to Qingdao for several times, but with my ex every time cause he's originated from here. Yes I'm kind of familiar but not that much cause I used to be planned by him to place of dining. Now this time I'm totally on my own to decide where and what to eat! My sense of good dining is proved so right that the restaurant I chose is so damn good! Dumplings, shrimps, deserts, soup, we ate all of them without leftovers! ...
... the largest producer and consumer of coal, accounts for half of the world’s coal consumption and expects a continued power growth rate of 5%. Although China is planning to invest $380 billion in clean, renewable energy; dirty coal will continue in the foreseeable future. Sadly, any effect from the new renewable sources will not reduce carbon emissions in the air until nearly 2027, at best.
There are several measurements used to monitor air quality ...
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