King Chuan Hotel
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... the pandas.
The pandas were so beautiful and every nuance of their life was documented and displayed. I think we could have sent the whole day there but as lunchtime approached we were off to eat "again".
The afternoon was a 90 minute drive to the Huanglongxi Ancient Town. This took us into the countryside and we had a passing view of the glass, car and chemical manufacturers and the high rise urban sprawl of the mega blocks of ...
... by neurotoxins such venom and presynaptic neurotoxins. Role in nerve axons (such as saxitoxin), central nervous system (such as some of the mushroom toxin).
Neurotoxin primarily refers to the effect of toxins in the ion channel. Mainly includes tetrodotoxin (TTX), paralytic shellfish poison (PSP) Ciguatera toxin (CTX), short Gymnodinium toxin (BTX) and sea anemone toxin ...
... turns out has of the best vegetarian restaurants (though I’ll bore you with that in a separate blog).After a night in a swanky hotel room that cost a quarter of the price of the one in Hong Kong, though it was at least four times the size, we flew out early to Chengdu. Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan, a province in the Southwest of China known for its flavoursome spicy food and its pandas. When we heard it was also home to the world’s largest ...
... seem to have such good fortune.
He was able to ask some people where we were on the map and eventually flagged down a rickshaw to take me back to my hotel.
I truly am amazed at the genuinely nice people that I meet along my travels and find that meeting them is the best experience of them all.
I missed the group dinner (again!) but made it back to the hotel in time to go to the Chinese opera.
This was fantastic. The show consisted ...
... and epidemics through the 4 seasons and the natural cycles of life. And they studied energy. Even diabetes they offer us much wisdom about. They noticed the ants liked the sugar in some people's urine and figured out it was sweet. The lectures by Dr. Jiang Yang, a 35 year old woman, was just amazing. We heard detailed lectures on several complex disease and examples of how to treat them. As in WM medical school, chiropractic, law, ...