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... the pandas were slightly more cream coloured then white, probably from rolling around in the mud but they were interesting to look at nonetheless. Over the next few hours we saw more pandas, including everything from babies, teenagers, and adults. The babies were particularly cute as they are just these panda coloured blobs laying there, occasionally moving an arm or a leg. There were also a few slightly older pandas that were lounging around outside, some struggling to ...
... makes your tongue numb. I met loads of people and did my best to relax and watch as many movies as possible...
I was there for about 3 weeks total, much longer than originally intended. I had about 8 days left on my visa so I waited it out before renewing it. What I didn''t know was that the process was to take 10 days and when I finally received the new visa it was only for 2 weeks, an amount of time which would leave me with little distance with which to cycle. So ...
... 1 day to clean it up again.
But still there quality output is much lower than our standards….
The aim is to start building the first test cars is some weeks, but we still need a lot to do.
I have so much respect for the people here. They sleep in temp buildings with 4 to 6 persons in a 4X3m surface. No air co, simple beds, work the whole day. They are small and tiny but can work 3 times as hard as we and they do not complain.
Greets from China.
Now it's time to continue on to Chengdu, the largest, yet most laid-back city in Southwest China, where you sip an afternoon tea and visit the Giant Panda Reserve.
The capital of Sichuan, Chengdu is a modern city with a relaxed culture, typified by its pleasant gardens and teahouses. A distinct part of city life, teahouses are found in parks and other spaces, and are often no ...
... city's roots go as far back as the engimatic Ba-Shu era, though it first became a capital during the Three Kingdoms (AD 221), later gaining a reputation for its silk brocade and for being the first place that printed paper money. By Chinese standards, Chengdu is a fairly compact city, stretching 4 miles (6 km) across, with most sights within its central area.
GIANT PANDA ...