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... over Beijing. Their roads, the middle of their roads, the sides of their highways, the area near the Olympic Village, the highways and areas near The Great Wall, the main up-and-coming apartment areas - they are all extensively landscaped beyond anything I have ever seen in the United States - almost on a DisneyWorld level - all over China. I am flabbergasted.
Something BIG and GOOD happened today... at lunch... I found out... I can order a FULL GLASS OF ICE ...
... off the main tourist circuit, we as foreigners became a
major attraction with the waitresses all wanting their pictures taken with us
on their smartphones.
On my next night in Lanzhou I dined alone at a northern
Tianjin-style restaurant on roast duck with all the fixings, steamed pork buns,
hot and sour soup, and a dish of shrimp, cooked cucumber, and candied walnuts
in a mild sauce. My third night involved a dinner visit to a ...
... for several hundred or possibly thousands of civilians. One of the most remembered is the pro-democracy movement with the declaration of martial law in Beijing by the government and the death of hundreds possibly thousands of civilians. Imperial numbers for the Chinese are 9 and 5. You can see this in Tiananmen square. There were also alot of cultural relics such as Lion who represents power. There is one with a ball and another with a child. Another great one that I witnessed was ...
... and executing travel plans for winter break. Today's blog is nothing remarkable. Just a grand tour of my every day minute by minute moments while sipping on an Almond Chai Latte at the (yes, folks) Spot Cafe. I took some pictures starting from my apartment all the way until I've arrived here to give you a feel of "Tianjin" without the mile walk and without freezing your nads/nanas off.
During the past couple of weeks I've learned ...
... isn’t yellow at all, but rather ...