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... walked into the famous Forbidden City. I had driven by the Forbidden City several times before, but had absolutely no idea how large it was. The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty. For almost 500 years, it served as the home of emperors and their households, as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government. This enormous complex consists of 980 buildings and a staggering 9,999 rooms. ...
... USD). There are some that the price exceed my yearly salary for one small brick about 3 inches tall, 5 inches across, and 1 inch thick.
The next place we visited was a Buddhist temple. This was a unique experience and a very intimate look at Chinese culture and religious practice. There are so many highlights prom this part of the trip that I will have to tell in person! I even saw a Mandala, which are beautiful sand art that can take weeks ...
... the palace from evil spirits. It was extremely cheap to enter, and I just climbed straight to the top to see the view. I was SO lucky with the weather! I could see the full panorama of the city which was seriously impressive. After this visit, I decided I needed to go all the way back to Tian'anmen Square, and I also didn't have a map so only knew of the metro station near there. Walking around the moat took so so long. I also plugged in my music ...
... with 100 (without doing the math in my head first, thats about $16) and the seller jumps on it and says ok, deal. I knew as soon as he accepted my first offer that I had just overpaid, and probably by double. "Ok you sneaky sellers, I've got your price markups figured out now...lets go to work." The next seller is an old lady with a little red dress for MD. She responds to my counteroffer with "that Laos money" which means thats too cheap because Laos is among the ...
... s administrative system is designed to maintain the identities of the minorities and to give the minorities political equality with the Han people. However, Putonghua, the standard Mandarin spoken dialect in Beijing, is being promoted as the official spoken language of China for both the Han and minorities. Generally, the Han and the minorities live in harmony and the government has implemented various programs to promote economic development among minorities.