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... feudal society. This worsened after Japan's gradual invasion starting from September 18, 1931."
"Historical experiences show that only the Chinese Communist Party, which has experienced the long-term revolution and practice, can issue a policy to meet the needs of Mongols and the situations of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region."
From these phrases and the accompanying exhibits, it was easy to ...
... Uighur mosque and the Dazhen Temple complex.
There's a lot to see in Hohhot, but it is not a very walkable city. Many of the best sights are far out from the center, and the "old town center" itself is rather spread out. I finally managed to figure out how to navigate Baidu's bus route map, which saved quite a bit of walking on the last day, but I was still pretty footsore by the end. One thing I enjoyed was the ...
... Mongolian nor Chinese and were even more helpless than I was.
Early on, burly Mongolian train ladies came through and offered us our choice of various teas and instant coffees. We were each given a paper cup with a plastic handle, which could be filled with hot water from a wood-fueled samovar-type thing at one end of the car. The night passed uneventfully, with the rocking of the train ...
... afficionadose. A store where most everything is white and shiny. Hundreds of cell phone types on display. We have to be upstairs. More phones! More options. Those who know me, understand that my interest is completely academic, and my attention is mostly geared to the excited faces, and tbe mystery of the smorgesboard of different models. Why not make one model that does everything? An efficient lady gives us the choice of 20 phone numbers. I choose the upper left option. ...
... In the bus station Sisi buys tickets for Hohhot, on the way to the Silk Path. Our German travellers, who are old school friends, are going to Beijing, and have to wait until tomorrow for the bus. We eat a quick meal in a Taiwan restaurant and then we wish each other 'gute Reise Und viel Glueck' and we go to the bus. One of the Germans is also called Robert. Nice gentle people. First time in China. Struggling with the chopsticks and the noodles. One speaks a ...