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... people living here but the sharing and caring ethos behind their culture is great to hear about,their families are really important and they all take great care of one another and the sharing certainly makes meal times an experience. The cusine will also change as we head north apparently. They eat more rice in the south where its hot and more dumplings and hot pot as the climate gets cooler. I'll be sure to sample some for you all.
... and twenty meter Wunu Mountain has immense significance as the birthplace of the ancient Koguryo civilisation. The peak (outside the town of Huanren) was the first capital of the Koguryo, a Korean dynasty that ruled parts of the region from 37BC to AD668 and ...
... in AD342 and the city had served as a garrison city and twice as the provisional capital city.
Murals have been found in over one hundred tombs of the Koguryo Kingdom, of which over thirty are scattered in Jilin Province and nearly seventy in North Korea. The murals were drawn on stone walls covered with lime and are rich in ...
... to stay one more time in a place with this kind of egocentric Chinese martial artist! The next day, I arrived at the Kunyu Shan Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy. I entered the school at 6 o'clock in the morning and had the feeling that it might be the place I was looking for. A group of
students were training in tai ji. One of the translators invited me to practice with them. The master helped me as if I was one of his students! Then, we did some static qi gong ...
... is much, much better when I just show up.
I headed out for a walk and ended up wandering all the way to the train station where I managed to buy a ticket for the next day to Baihe, a town close to Changbaishan. I sat down for fried rice in a grimy little restaurant next to the station, had a nice chat with the owner and another customer, then wandered back to my nice room. I bumped into a police officer I had met on the way to the train ...
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