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Travel Blogs from Chengdu
... without the painful heat you might get in Thailand or Korea.
I'd heard about this in large cities in China. Parents post up details of their children and some marriages get arranged. Perhaps when the last of these gets a smart phone this will be gone too.
I said the calligraphy is everywhere. These blokes had to strain to get tranquility plus they had to put up with oafs walking right over their poetry.
... and keep their species alive. I chose a place about an hour outside of the city, known for its good treatment of the pandas. I boarded the bus at 7:30, because if you go too late the pandas are all asleep. The bus dumped me off at a highway intersection at 8:30, and the driver told me to walk 10 minutes to find the panda reserve. I had no idea what direction, so I asked a mom and her son. When they realized I was alone, they not only told me I could follow them to the panda ...
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My first day going to the school, one of the Projects Abroad members helped us find the way and introduced us to the school, Kevin. We took the 111 bus which is just outside our complex and we take it for about 30 min. Then we have to transfer to bus 8, the bridge is the landmark (see photo), and take that till the end. Then we are there.
On the first day we met the owner of the school and the headmaster, ...
... it is because we are so aware of how close to extinction they are – there are only 1500 left. There are only 1800 of the red pandas left too and before this visit – we didn't even know red pandas existed. Smaller then their relative they look like foxes but with panda faces – Tom was far more affectionate about these. Amutha's favourite is still the cuddly famous variety – if there wasn't a Chinese guard in the way, she would have nabbed one of the baby ...
... Yea for vegetarianism! Well, honestly I can't really call myself a vegetarian because my main concern is not wasting food and then secondly reducing meat consumption and production. If there's meat left over that no one will eat, I'll eat it. Wasting food is the worse. I've heard some interesting names for people like me: dirty vegetarian and vegetable-preferred. There are about a handfull of Indians ...
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