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... emperor made a treaty for peace with the king of Northern China (who was 70 years old) in exchange for giving him one of his daughters as a wife. The emperors daughters all refused so he asked the concubines. As she was lonely in court, Ms Fang agreed, married the King and moved to Northern China. When the king died, tradition dictated that his widows had to marry his brother or son (from a different bloodline). Ms Fang did not want to marry so asked the emperor if she ...
Oh, I'm a little bit inebriated so I'll just put a placeholder in here and get back to it when I'm more capable of making sense. Okay, in the morning, a few of us went down to get something for breakfast from the bakery, however, Kon ended up showing us a steamed bun shop and we got those instead. I got pork and it wasn't bad. We wandered back to the hotel, and stopped at the street seller, where Tracy and I got another of those mystery omelette wrap things. I only ended ...
It's All Hallows' eve. And the school is getting ready for the Halloween party. I am really tired and was not planning on sticking around the school... But then I brought my little pumpkins leftover from thanksgiving and carved them up the hour prior to the party. And then Jeremy came by the office and he had 14 left over ...
... a fantastic assortment, including soup with 100 year old eggs. Some people had noticed the black eggs on the serving hatch of the kitchen as they went into the building so on our way out I made a point of getting a picture. As I took the photo the kitchen staff immediately got agitated and said "No! No!" But I got my picture! The breakfast was great and we all enjoyed it.
After that it was another bus ride to the Beijing Zoo. We were shepherded to the Giant Panda ...
... if there was no one in it – to which there was no reply! Well done our group for stumping our guide!
On the way out Mrs Thomson and I stopped at a little stall
selling ice lollies. We then asked the
group if they would like to buy one for the 2hr journey back to the hotel. Most agreed and started to buy an ice
cream. We then started to notice that
the two woman were charging the kids a wee bit more each time someone ...