Jinqiao International Apartment Hotel
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... where the man stood in front of the tank. To this day, 25 years later, his name and whereabouts are unknown or unconfirmed to the world. In China, many/most don’t know about him at all. His images are banned. The June 4 massacre isn’t discussed. In fact, it’s basically been erased from public memory. Earlier this summer, a team of French journalists took photos of the "tank man" into Tiananmen Square and asked locals if they recognized it. Most did not, or they ...
... Dinner was a buffet which included chicken nuggets, fries, and pizza next to traditional Chinese. At this point, I started to become drowsy. Last stop of the night: a spectacular Kung Fu show, complete with laying on swords, a coming of age story of a little monk, and aerial silks. I (along with the rest of my exhausted and jet-lagged row) fell asleep through the second half, but I hear there was fire.
... private" taxi drivers. Basically, these are just normal people that charge a fair amount in return for their clients not having to wait in line (which contained about a hundred people) for a normal taxi. Semi worried about the dubious nature of it all, we went with our very little English speaking driver and started across the city. Beijing has an interesting road system because it is composed of several rings of roads ...
... who had the garden built had been inspired by the gardens in Suzhou, a city I will be visiting later in my trip. It was in these gardens that we were given one hour to do some sketching. At first, we were groaned a little, as no one actually wanted to do work, but it turned out to the one of the most peaceful things. I so enjoyed being able to go off by myself and just take it all in while I sketched. It was a little distracting though, as many ...
... for tomorrow through Bob). Our first stop today was Tianamen Square a huge area just outside the Forbidden City famous for protests which were held there in the late 80s and is now visited by many tourists who flock to see the twice daily flag raising/lowering ceremony and also to see Chairman Mao's embalmed body in the tomb. Every Chinese person was padded down and searched before entering the square but we were allowed to walk straight through! I ...