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Global news media recently reported that Chinese president Xi Jinping called for an end to "weird architecture". Maybe he did. By the time the story hit the Wall Street Journal the following day, the original People's Daily report, China's official news, was buried, never to be quoted again. China is so efficient.
Apparently, speaking last month at a literary gathering in Beijing, Xi rambled on about art serving the people “like ...
... day there. I limited myself to the Ancient China exhibit followed by an exhibit on the history of Chinese currency. Both were fascinating. Unfortunately, they do allow people to take photos which kind of detracts from the museum experience as one finds oneself drawn to photograph things rather than just experience them. Oh well. I think I found an okay balance. Photos from the museum have been added to the backlog of things I ...
... of China is breathtaking! Lauren said that this is "the most beautiful man-made structure [she] has ever seen," I know that each of us can second that sentiment as can all who have seen it. The wall traces a majestic path through the beautiful hills an the tower edit the tops of all thee hills. The air is a little hazy with the smog of pollution from Beijing but the day was still beautiful! We will all love this site and the sites we saw at this ...
... touch my elbow behind me, and turned to see a hunched over old man walking toward the front of the crowd, parting them like the red sea. Ada was as perplexed as I was. Next thing we know, he was coming back down the middle of the mass of people in prayer position, humming in a low-growl kinda way, putting his forehead to the ground. His knees and a spot on his forehead were black from this practice. He was not the only beggar in the waiting area. There were children canvassing the ...
... and colloquially known as the Water Cube, which is an aquatics center that was built alongside Beijing National Stadium in the Olympic Green for the swimming competitions of the 2008 Summer Olympics. Despite its nickname, the building is not an actual cube, but a cuboid (a rectangular ...