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... the show presented a story of graduation about a child growing up to be a monk, Kung Fu master and finally the master of the temple. Dramatic scenes of fighting, movements like animals and near acrobatics had us on the edge of our seats. Beijing has delivered so much in such a short period of time! With more to come I tried to sleep early so as to be fresh for Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, but with all of these wonderful experiences, I am not sure getting to sleep will be that ...
... sometimes called a needle, originated from the early locking device on the gate. As early as the Han Dynasty, 200 BC, they became part of the Chinese doorway tool kit. Mostly used in pairs, sometimes in fours and rarely 5 or 6. The hairpins are like digital markers, military stripes in terms of the family's status.
The hairpins are mounted over the door like their namesake, now strictly ornamental. All are about the same size, but they can be ...
... and I slowly improved. It took me time to not get upset with the locals. I realized that I should not take things personal. I just had to adapt.
Right after dinner, Bethany and I chilled in the Bookworm. So happy that I saw that place for one last time. I spent a few weekends there doing homework. The burger there was so good. I enjoyed drinking the tea or cappuccino there.
Bethany and I spoke about how happy we were that we became friends. I treasured ...
... by the shoe covers we were made to wear. The sprawling collection was periodically intercepted with a strange gift ranging from old TV's to golf clubs to hideously carved wooden furniture. We all jumped on the bus again to visit the Pyongyang film studio where we picked up a local guide and drove past the usual propaganda mosaics and statues up to the outside filmset. Here we walked around the slightly run down old Korea, Japan street, ...
... of people who were at the temple was similar to the amount of people at church during Christmas and Easter. After walking through the temple, it was off to find lunch at a nearby restaurant and then back to Beida.
It was homework, dinner, and a little more homework before round two of fireworks—Sarah had picked up some fireworks the previous night and invited a few of us to set them off. We set off sparklers, more roman candles, a spinning wheel ...