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Of the ancients of this land
They have seen so much change
In their beloved China
What must they think when they see
Girls is hotpants and tights
Boys with hair standing straight up
Colorful modern outfits
And radios, iphones and computers galore
And Chinese rock blaring
And grocery stores full of packaged this and that
We are spending our last days here in Kunming. From here we will leave on Friday March first to Kathmandu Nepal. Kunming is the Capital of Yunnan, the south-west province of China and with over 3,4 million inhabitants china's 28 biggest city! It is a young city and booming. There are lots of projects and currently they are working on a massive subway system and that is why the city has a lot of building sites. Pressure is high on the builders as it has to finish in the ...
... daily life of Chinese city, albeit during the busy Spring Festival (Chinese New Year).
Kunming is a pretty big city with a population of 6.5 million yet it is not well known outside of China. It is clear that it has exploded in size over the last 20-30 years with many skyscrapers still being built on an ever-growing skyline. Despite being in winter it was still pleasantly warm.
My schedule was supposed to take me ...
... and Yuan's flat, it was late, and our hosts were heading out to see friends. Kindly, or perhaps foolishly, they offered us a beer before they left, and we savoured our first top quality Belgian beer – Duvel, no less – since we had left the UK. Emerging from the trance-like bliss that this instilled in us, it was time for a quick dinner and hasty border-crossing preparations before bed.
The following morning we were due to catch a bus to Jinghong, the nearest town ...
... Institute is filled with Pandas of various ages, youngsters ages 1-2 (who, in reality are very, very large), teenagers (who, are somewhat moody!) and then the older ones. They spend their days eating bamboo and rolling around on their backs. Certainly one of the high points of Chengdu. The next day, I found a vegetarian restaurant and met up with Kane, who we ran into at the Panda place. Afterwards we explored some local temples, and ...