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... than any sort of technique! After dinner Master came to our hostel and showed us how to punch through bricks (punch them really, really hard) and we smashed quite a few bricks from the building site next door! Master eventually stopped us as he thought we'd just try once each rather than keep hitting the brick until it broke as we were doing. He was apparently quite worried that several of us would do some more serious damage.... However, luckily I got my go and managed ...
... us plan our tour. Another stop and this time we are in the hunt for some wine or something with alcohol in it. Seen nothing. So settled for some fresh air, and leg stretching.
The countryside is so flat and is full of swamps. It looks like there may have been a lot of snow which has melted and left the water behind. Only some small patches of snow left which has been a surprise as we were expecting a ...
... day wandering around, and relaxing outside in the Italian concession, finished off with dinner at Brasserie Flo with friends Chris & Jing who live in Tianjin, it was great to catch up with them. Whilst heading for the train home, by the station people were letting off beautiful red paper lanterns into the sky, we hadn't seen it here in Beijing before, later we found out they are banned, as it's too densely populated with lots of trees which in years gone by caught fire easily is ...
... I'm not sure if it was the lack of sleep or the intense hunger but I know now that I was delusional. It's been many years since most airlines serve actual food. This was no exception. There was nothing edible. Except sandwiches, there seems to always be sandwiches. We board the plane and just our luck we sit on the tarmac for about 40 minutes. I only figured this out when we arrived in Beijing 40 minutes late because as soon as I was in my seat I passed out. That was the first ...
Voici mon Bing Ma Yong (soldat de l'armée enterrée de Xi An, ancienne capitale de Chine) en mosaique dans différents lieux connus de Pékin et sa banlieue.
Here is my Bing Ma Yong. (soldier from the army in Xi AN, former capital city of China) made with mosaic and brought in different places in Beijing and its suburbs.
Tout a commencé il y a un an. L'idée m'est venue de créer un soldat . Pourquoi ? ...
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