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Global news media recently reported that Chinese president Xi Jinping called for an end to "weird architecture". Maybe he did. By the time the story hit the Wall Street Journal the following day, the original People's Daily report, China's official news, was buried, never to be quoted again. China is so efficient.
Apparently, speaking last month at a literary gathering in Beijing, Xi rambled on about art serving the people “like ...
Doesn’t make it any easier. I got up opened the curtain. Closed the curtain and then went back to bed. I woke to a knock at the door. I opened the door and forgot that I was commando. Thank feck it was dark. It was a passport check. The conductor shut the door and I got decent and found the documents. All ok. Back into bed for another hour or so.
We then rolled into a station for ...
... and a holding place for statesmen awaiting an Imperial audience, it stands perched beside the moat that encircles the Palace.' It was stunning. We had cocktails in the bar. A fantastic Marguerita (or 2!) followed by a beautiful meal with wines for every course, peaked with a snowman dessert which we ate in the bar. A fabulous evening which was very expensive (1000 yuan including drinks) but very worth the memorable ...
... are made for women and Chinese men, they barely cover half of the bottom of my feet and don't do much more than make the floor more slippery. I'm almost as sweaty after the shower as I was up on the Wall because there is very little AC in the shower room, but at least it's just 1 layer of fresh sweat and I'm in fresh clothes. Its a good thing we arrived back at the airport with plenty of time, the security check-in is ridiculous. You have to go through 3 checkpoints to get ...
... Christian culture to Chinese services in Mandarin and Chinese, to Filipino. I went to two services, beginning with a large Christian service representing many of the countries that dominate the expat community: Australia, Canada, USA, UK, Africas and so forth. There is no traditional priest per se, but an 'M.C', music performed by a ...