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- The BBQ meat platter. 4 kinds of meat, all lightly smoked. Whole squab, which was spiced with cinnamon and sichuan pepper. Sliced Yunnan ham - a local specialty, salted and smoked. Swan breast, also lightly smoked, pan roasted and sliced. Like duck. And finally Yunnan style BBQ pork, which was slightly sweet, and salty, and also smoked. Served with a pot of chili salt to dip the meat in.
- Yunnan-style ...
... and squeal as they pitch some food into the empty sky and watch a flock swarm and swirl midflight to catch them. It’s a scene you might see anywhere in the world, at any park on a glorious sunny afternoon, and it resonates with me as the innocent memories of youth and possibility. Carrying this sight with me on throughout the day, we finally hop aboard the #52 and make our way out of the bustling city. I read a quote somewhere that ...
Today (or the latter part of the day) was spent mostly in a town called Anning – not far from Kunming. Early in the morning I met up with 3 teachers – Casper, Miss Luo and Mr Chen. Casper then proceeded to drive us all to Anning. The journey should've taken just over an hour, but 2 and a half hours later we were still in the car stuck in a huge traffic jam. It was pretty ridiculous – so many cars beeping their horns (even though it was obvious ...
... it was a flash back to odd rugby team-esc male nudity. It was a laugh and turned a few Chinese heads.
I took a walk round town my first day. Following the Lonely Planet map north to try and find the Green Lake, so called because there is a veritable field of green Lilly pads, lotus leaves, willow trees, bamboo everywhere and I'm sure I found an orchard of some kind at one point.
It is a beautiful place and as it was Sunday there were ...
... for me, it is identified because I can calculate when they are
As an astronomer, Zhang can frequently be found spending his
evenings peering into the night sky from his backyard telescope. He
first got involved in UFOs in the early '70s when he saw something
flying across the skies of Sichuan Province.
"I can still remember how shocked I was when I saw the spiral object moving across the sky for about five minutes," he said.