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... in dancing to the sound of Chinese pop. We had run into one squad of soldiers in full armour and spears earlier in the underpass, which was a bit surreal, like something out of Dr Who. We took a rickshaw to the Bell Tower and then visited the Grand Mosque in the Muslim quarter,arriving shortly before evening prayers we found the gardens surprisingly large and beautiful and an island of tranquility in the middle of the quarter. No unbelievers allowed in the Mosque. ...
... sights and our favourite area was the Muslim quarter. This was a large area consisting of numerous streets selling all manor of delicious food including a Chinese hamburger which we sampled - essentially broiled meat with peanuts and soy paste. On our second night in Xi'an Alex was determined to find somewhere playing the last Liverpool match of the season. After a bit of research we found the ubiquitous bar street (probably not somewhere we would have sought out otherwise) ...
... This is not a criticism, just an observation. However I cannot help to think, I am seeing a lot of structural faults, and this is only 8 years old, it has no chance of lasting 25 years, let alone 125. However it is still impressive, especially the water fountain, currently the largest in the world, until the Russians complete theirs next year. Tomorrow we are off to see the terracotta warriors, definitely a highlight. Sigh shun for ...
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We'll have a graduation ceremony for Maki and Rob and we'll climb the Great Wall and
Now a days, more and more Chinese people are becoming literate, especially the new generation. This means more kids are able to pass the entrance exams for college. Kids are moving to cities to attend school and tend to stay there once they are done. They get jobs, save money and are not going back to rural areas. Besides that, Rainbow reminded us that there are 1.3 billion people in China…they will always need more ...