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... of the embalmed body of the late Chinese leader that, more than anyone, took China in to the communist era.
The Forbidden City, of course, is the antithesis of Mr. Mao's ideology. The crowds thinned out only a little through the first three "gates" that lead to the central pavilion. After our guide, Fong, took us off to the left of the central axis of this massive complex of 9,999 rooms, the crowds thinned out a bit more and we were introduced to ...
... ourselves in for and kept reminding us how hard the climb would be, as though we might change our minds. Craig had to keep reminding him that the balmy 16 degrees c was basically summer for him anyway... The wild wall is a breathtaking sight, stretching for hundreds of miles across the mountains and completely abandoned. It remains reasonably intact, but the crumbling stone, sprouting bushes and partly collapsed guard towers give it a shabby charm. It ...
... worker came up with a black carrier bag, we were just wondering what was in it when it started flapping!! The worker took the bag to a customer then into the kitchen- poor little fishy!! We headed back to the B&B shortly after, it was 8pm by this point, we called our mums through Viber- brilliant app which let's you call and text for free provided you have wifi then went to sleep in our queen size bed!! Hoping to feel fresh for ...
... meant Soviet masonry and concrete - 4-5 stories, standardized, painted exterior (often pink), steel windows, brutal, cold. New apartments replaced many deteriorated 300 year old hutong neighborhoods. In turn these low quality buildings are themselves mostly dilapidated after only 60 years. They appear to lack any redeeming value.
When Deng Xiao Ping opened China to the world in the 80’s, housing began to internationalize with high ...
... quick walk to Wangfujing
pedestrian mall. Was already very busy, but we knew that come nightfall the
vibe and craziness would escalate. Lots of shops and SO many people!
We ventured down one of the side streets which just unleashed
the crazy! It was the stick street- known as the place where you can get any
food on a stick, and really you could (nothing I would consider eating though)!
Before we’d gone far, some guy had ...