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... taught was pronounced wrongly, and to make it worse we were told that some simple words like numbers between 1-10 or other innocent phrases, could easily be misspoken to mean some rather strong obscenities. We did however learn how to indicate our dissatisfaction with someone and some other useful phrases like "use headphones" as everyone here plays things using the smartphone speakers.
Our second day in Chengdu began with the most exciting activity in Chengdu ...
... inquisitive one) by no less than 4 police members. They assured me, at least I think they did, that I was the first foreigner to pass through their town. Odd. After about an hour or so, they agreed that all was well and I could stay. Phewph. I'm sure some of you wonder why I don't camp more, you think, he's got the equipment, what's stopping him? Well folks, I'm just not made for the 30 degree plus nights, I tend to melt in my tent. I don't fall asleep til one or so and then ...
Update from Volvo Chengdu.
The last 2 weeks, a lot has been done on the site. Suppliers are installing the equipment every day and performing a lot of working hours.
Each day the factory looks more and more like a welding plant. Of course, this is only the mechanical part. All the electric and software still needs to be done.
Hopefully we will have sufficient power supply by Oct 8, but here in China you never know. What they say is not what you get.
Or you ...
... Dadu and Qingyi rivers below. In A.D. 713, a monk, Haitong, decided to safeguard passing boats by creating a protective icon in the cliffs - though he was also practical enough to realize that the resultant rubble would fill in the shoals. By the time Dafo was completed, other temples had been buildt around it and on the adjacent Wuyou Hill and today a network of paths links this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
... get up early for the most exciting part of the trip (in my opinion) visiting the Pandas!
After another bus journey we arrived at the Panda reserve quite early in the morning. When I first saw the pandas it was hard to believe they were real! They were smaller than I had expected, but just as cute and cuddly. We arrived at breakfast time so they were all sitting around chomping away. We had the opportunity to hold a baby panda, ...