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... see a Kung Fu show called 'The Legend of Kung Fu'. It was an amazing show and i would definitely recommend it for people of any age. While we were out we got served a variety of Dumplings for dinner. The show went for 1 and a half hours, when it fineshed we headed off to the subway and took the subway home instead of the bus because we thought that it would be a cooler experiance than taking the tour bus.
... been a good movie if we had more Loki and grief and less random dark elves and funeral light shows.
Grand Budapest Hotel: Great Movie. So subtle, so funny. Some parts aren't explained well...or maybe I missed the lead ups over the flight attendants.
Miracle: Finally watched this movie after a friend told me it changed the cold war. And after this movie, I believe it.
Moneyball: This movie is incredibly heart-wrenching from beginning ...
... music to sound like. The group of 50 singers developed quite a crowd - I asked someone what the song was, he said it's called "China I love you".
I didn't really do much at night as I was still jetlagged, so retired to my hotel room at the Days Inn Forbidden City for a night inn. At this stage it's hard for me to say "China I love you", especially as I'm now hesitant about trusting any apparently friendly locals. "China I will give you time".
... man, brave enough to not be wearing a biohazard suit I might add, to immigration. They quickly checked me over and soon let me go. My temperature must have been normal enough. I think it was probably just lack of sleep and food, but I definitely got myself very worked up.
In arrivals I met my chinese contact Lucy, who was incredibly worried after a call from immigration told her I was going to be held up, and offered to take me to the hospital, which ...
... is across the Bund. At 7pm, the Bund lit up all at once. The view was spectacular.
· Yuyuan Garden - is a famous classical garden from the 1500s during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The architect who built this garden intended this for his parents as a place for them to enjoy a tranquil and happy time in their old age. Very nice son! We made sure to reinforce this idea with our boys. Michael thinks he caught ...